The Student Journey: Equity-Centered Approaches to Removing Barriers

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- Add to Calendar 2022-04-27 14:00:00 2022-04-27 15:00:00 The Student Journey: Equity-Centered Approaches to Removing Barriers Researching and applying to colleges can be challenging for adult learners and employees who may have unpredictable schedules, family and work commitments, and other restrictions on their time that make it difficult to connect with institutions. Panelists will discuss removing barriers in the early stages of the student journey and helping institutions become more accessible to all students. Drawing on their experience in helping grow programs with diverse student populations, the panelists will share insights and best practices for building the trust and confidence students need to enroll in the programs that will help them go further in their education and their careers. Register. Online Online noreply@air.org America/New_York public

Researching and applying to colleges can be challenging for adult learners and employees who may have unpredictable schedules, family and work commitments, and other restrictions on their time that make it difficult to connect with institutions. Panelists will discuss removing barriers in the early stages of the student journey and helping institutions become more accessible to all students. Drawing on their experience in helping grow programs with diverse student populations, the panelists will share insights and best practices for building the trust and confidence students need to enroll in the programs that will help them go further in their education and their careers. Register.


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