During the ACAC 2020 National Convening – hosted virtually on May 5, 6, and 7 – we invited Laura Owen, PhD., American University, and Kara Leva, PhD., Rowan University, to address how those working directly with students can help students navigate trauma, stress, and grief. We also took at look at how this trauma impacts the college-going process.
Co-hosted by ACAC and Reach Higher Location: webinar
Date: April 7, 2020
Reach Higher and the American College Application Campaign hosted a webinar about how to host and support a College Signing Day in your school or community. This webinar reviewed templates and examples available to support individuals planning their events. We also heard from school counselors who shared their experiences and lessons learned hosting a College Signing Day event.
Watch Recording: https://pages2.act.org/college-signing-day-webinar.html
This webinar is intended for host site coordinators to learn the ins and outs of hosting a college application completion event at your school or community-based organization.
Social media is a great tool to use for interacting and connecting with students and their families. ACAC discussed #WhyApply content ideas and reviewed campaign materials available to enhance your state and local social media efforts.
This webinar will introduce the American College Application Campaign, what it means to be a host site, and why schools should consider hosting a campaign event.
Co-hosted by ACT's Center for Equity in Learning and American Indian College Fund
Do you work with Native American high school students? Join the American Indian College Fund and ACT’s Center for Equity in Learning for a webinar introducing Native Pathways: A College-Going Guidebook, a new, culturally relevant, college-going guidebook developed to empower Native students seeking higher education.
Co-hosted by ACAC and Reach Higher