Leadership Matters : Postsecondary Leadership To Ensure High-quality CTE Continuity
On Tuesday March 31, 2020 ACTE was happy to host a webinar with community/technical college and career technical center leaders that started a conversation about different approaches they’ve led their institutions towards in creatively and successfully replicating the hands-on and work-based learning components found in successful CTE programs of study during the COVID-19 Crisis. Featured attendees include Dr. Casey Sacks, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Community Colleges, US Department of Education (invited) Dr. Bryan Albrecht and members of the leadership team from Gateway Technical College, Fellows from the Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at ACTE – Sponsored by the ECMC Foundation (PLSP-ECMC Foundation) and other leaders from around the country. To view the webinar, please click on the video below.
The Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at ACTE – Sponsored by ECMC Foundation is a year-long professional development experience designed for current and emerging leaders.
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Participants in the Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at ACTE-Sponsored by ECMC Foundation will:
- Build their leadership skills by working as a team with a nationally recognized Facilitator and a dedicated mentor
- Be introduced to national and state postsecondary CTE officials
- Author reflection posts and an article to be published in Techniques magazine
- Present at national conferences
- Participate in monthly online seminars
- Have all travel and lodging expenses paid to four in-person workshops
- Be eligible to earn 2 semester hours graduate education credit from a Tier 1 University
- Earn a $4,000 Stipend
- Complete an online application and submit letters of recommendation
The Postsecondary Leadership Success Program at ACTE-Sponsored by ECMC Foundation is made possible through the generous support of the ECMC Foundation.
ECMC Foundation is a Los Angeles-based, nationally-focused foundation whose mission is to inspire and to facilitate improvements that affect educational outcomes – especially among underserved populations – through evidence-based innovation. It is one of several affiliates under the ECMC Group enterprise based in Minneapolis. ECMC Foundation makes investments in two focus areas: College Success and Career Readiness; and uses a spectrum of funding structures, including strategic grantmaking and program-related investments, to invest in both nonprofit and for-profit ventures. Working with grantees, partners and peers, ECMC Foundation’s vision is for all learners to unlock their fullest potential. Learn more about ECMC Foundation by visiting ecmcfoundation.org and ECMC Group by visiting ecmcgroup.org.
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