Reimagining counseling and student services: A Guided Pathways workshop
For teams of faculty, staff, and administrators working at all levels across California to improve student outcomes, this year’s first Guided Pathways workshop (on Sept. 27) offers promising, innovative approaches that are improving student experiences and outcomes.
Practitioners will engage participants in learning about creating new systems, embedding counseling in pathways, and redesigning supports so they’re grounded in equity. Each participating college team will have a chance to apply what they learn in facilitated planning discussions and to continue building momentum and innovative reforms on their campus.
WHO SHOULD ATTEND: College teams could include counseling faculty; student support staff; vice presidents of student services; Guided Pathways team members; deans of counseling, equity, and student services; and leaders of EOP&S, categorical programs, and culturally based learning communities.
WHEN: 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m., Friday, Sept. 27
WHERE: Fresno (DoubleTree Hotel, 2233 Ventura Street, Fresno, 93721)
This workshop is produced by Career Ladders Project with funding from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. Leaders of the Chief Student Services Officers have also provided input and helped shape the event.
Presenters will discuss practices that are achieving promising results at colleges including West Hills College Lemoore, Modesto Junior College, and Pasadena City College.
Additional statewide workshops on other topics in Guided Pathways redesign will be offered in Sacramento in February and Irvine in April.
There’s limited space! Click here to register your team!