OctoberOct 04 2019 10:00am - 03:00pm
Successfully serving under-resourced students will be a key to creating the future, skilled workforce required by the Commonwealth. Are you ready to meet this challenge on your campus?
This interactive workshop will examine economic class and the implications for engaging under-resourced students. The role of hidden rules and keys to helping students create success strategies in the classroom and workplace will be explored. Research-based strategies for improving the success of all students will be shared. Participants will be introduced to the ALICE population, those members of our community who are Asset Limited Income Constrained and Employed and will engage in data from their own regions.
Laura Clark, Assistant Vice Chancellor, Student Success and Professional Development, VCCS
Caroline Lane, Director of Coaching Programs, VCCS
Jim André, Director of Operations, Grants and Federal Workforce Programs, VCCS
Anyone who works with students on campus or engages in the student experience to include faculty, staff, workforce professionals, coaches, advisors, front line personnel, administrators and college leadership.
Friday, October 4, 2019
10:00 am - 3:00 pm * lunch provided for registered attendees
Espada Room in Moore Hall at Thomas Nelson Community College - Hampton Campus
(99 Thomas Nelson Way, Hampton, VA 23666)
Regional Resource Center events are funded through the VCCS Student Success Center and Professional Development at no charge to registered VCCS attendees. However, the VCCS Special Events Cancellation and Fee Policy does apply.
Deadline to register:
September 26, 2019 at 12 noon
Amy Anderson, Tidewater Regional Resource Center chair (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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