The Central Valley Higher Education Consortium is a 27-member strong consortium. The Central Valley is leading the state as a region taking on difficult and complex initiatives and scaling them up in a region the size of some states.
Central Valley Higher Education Consortium (CVHEC) speaks in one voice on policy issues that affect our region. A goal of the consortium is to increase the Central Valley’s certificate and degree attainment rates. CVHEC is best described as a regional convener on post-secondary equitable work.
Upcoming Central Valley Events
Chancellor’s Office Webinars
The Chancellor’s Office is hosting a one-hour webinar focused on recent updates, guidance, and supports for dealing with the COVID-19 outbreak this Friday, March 20, 2020 from 9:00 –10:00 am. The complete webinar content is still in development, but we expect to cover topic areas including updates on:
• Department of Public Health guidelines and guidance
• Chancellor’s Office operations and services
• ACCJC guidance
• attendance accounting
Moving forward, the Chancellor’s Office will host weekly webinars every Wednesday from 9:00–10:00 am until further notice. We want to encourage you to join the webinar and share this information with others. This webinar will be recorded and available following the event.
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Webinar ID: 772 739 792
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Colleges are redesigning transitions to college to reach and support students, especially those furthest from opportunity. Join us for a statewide workshop exploring how colleges and their partners are reimagining transitions to college—such as early on-boarding, bridge programs and dual enrollment—within the Guided Pathways framework.
- Discover promising examples of how California community colleges are building partnerships and creating intersegmental connections.
- Learn how colleges are intentionally designing transitions to strengthen student supports and achieve equity.
- Explore practices and structures colleges have created to ensure sustainability of this work on their campuses and with partners.
Suggested Team Members Include:
- Guided Pathway leads, coordinators, and team members
- Dual enrollment, outreach, and other program directors
- Counseling and instructional faculty
- Student services professionals
- Vice presidents, instructional deans, program directors
This Guided Pathways workshop is produced by the Career Ladders Project with funding from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.