About this event:
How are colleges retaining and transitioning students in middle-skill STEM fields? During this session, Zane State College will discuss how completion and transfer is primarily driven by the work of curricular redesign and processes that enable students to earn credentials leading to gainful employment, and/or transfer to a four-year institution. Then, hear from Achieving the Dream on how they’re building and strengthening high-demand, middle-skill STEM pathways at a number of innovative, reform-minded community colleges across their network.
Zane State will also showcase how they’ve used technology to enhance and streamline the student experience of academic, career, and advising service models that have emerged from their participation in the iPASS initiative also supported by Achieving the Dream.
Presenters: Richard Woodfield, Zane State College, Angel Clay and Mei-Yen Ireland, Achieving the Dream