State Coordinator Materials
The State Coordinator Materials provide an overview of the Campaign at state-level. Items include resources and worksheets to accomplish the key tasks of implementing a successful Campaign program, templates for communication, and a timeline to guide implementation. Each State Coordinator should download and review the resources and contact the ACAC team with any questions.
The following materials are available for state and site coordinators to utilize on your social media channels for the 2019 #WhyApply social media campaign.
- #WhyApply selfie print-out
- Engaging with Social Media
- College Application Checklist graphic for Twitter
- College Application Checklist graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- Earn More graphic for Twitter
- Earn More graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- Senior Year Checklist graphic for Twitter
- Senior Year Checklist graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- Workforce graphic for Twitter
- Workforce graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- Volunteerism graphic for Twitter
- Volunteerism graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- First Gen graphic for Twitter
- First Gen graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- Employment graphic for Twitter
- Employment graphic for Facebook and Instagram
- Why Join - updated 2019.pdf – This piece explains why to participate in the national campaign as a host site.
- Implementing a College Application Campaign Program – This piece explains the state and site coordinator roles and responsibilities.
- State Coordinator Event Timeline – This piece outlines the recommended timeline for state campaigns.
Listed you will find resources such as host site responsibilities, implementation timeline, template invitation letters registration forms and a sample host site training agenda.
- Host Site Recruitment Timeline and Best Practices - This piece covers the recommended timeline for state coordinators to recruit host sites.
- Inviting Host Sites to Participate 2019
- Host Site Registration Form Template
- Host Site Request Letter Template
- Partner Site Request Letter Template
- Host Site Interest Form Template
- Host Site Invitation Letter Template
- Host Site Training Agenda Template
- Host Site FAQ - Defining College
The following documents are available for recruiting, training and supporting volunteers. You will find resources such as a volunteer management timeline, volunteer audit, template recruitment and thank you letters, and a volunteer training agenda.
- Volunteer Audit Worksheet
- Volunteer Recruitment Overview
- High School Volunteer Recruitment Letter
- Volunteer Recruitment Letter - for Steering Committee
- Volunteer Training and Reference Guide
- Volunteer General Information
- Volunteer Task List
- Volunteer Feedback Survey Template
- Volunteer Thank You Letter Template
- Thank You Volunteer Facebook graphic - 2019
- Thank You Volunteer Facebook (editable) - 2019
- Thank You graphic TWITTER - 2019
- Thank You Graphic TWITTER (editable) - 2019
- Thank You Volunteer INSTAGRAM graphic - 2019
- Thank You Volunteer INSTAGRAM graphic (editable) - 2019
- Call for Volunteers Facebook graphic - 2019
- Call for Volunteers Facebook graphic (editable) - 2019
- Call for Volunteers TWITTER graphic - 2019
- Call for Volunteers TWITTER graphic (editable) - 2019
- Call for Volunteers INSTAGRAM - 2019
- Call for Volunteers INSTAGRAM graphic (editable) - 2019
These resources provide recommendations for tracking and reporting results of your state campaign. It includes resources such as a data collection worksheet, host site data collection form, student sign-out form, and tips for sharing your data. Whether your state is in its pilot year or has hosted the campaign for 10 years, these resources will help states strengthen their data management process.
The available resources should be used to help elevate awareness of statewide campaigns.
Each year, the American College Application Campaign team coordinates a national convening. The following are the PowerPoints and handouts provided during the convening.
- Session 1: ACAC Update and Review of Resources
- Session 2: Martha Kanter, College Promise
- Session 3: MyOptions
- Session 4: NCAN FAFSA Update
- Session 5: Collaboration to Support Vulnerable Student Populations Pursuing Postsecondary Education
- Session 6: Branding and Social Media Strategy
- Session 7: Reach Higher and Common Application
- Session 8: Social Media State Panel with KS, LA, MS
- Session 9: Combined Campaigns State Panel with OH, KY, IA
- Session 10: Virtual Connections State Panel with OR and NE
- 2019 Resource List
- Brand Guidelines and Standards
- College Promise Campaign
- SharePoint Instructions - External Users Registration Process
- SharePoint Instructions for External Users with existing 0365 account
- Webinars Save the Date