Learn how schools and districts are starting early to prepare underserved students for a future built around their strengths and interests.
What do superintendents believe are the largest roadblock students encounter in applying to college? What challenges do students encounter when trying to find a meaningful career? Superintendents share their perspectives on the challenges and opportunities related to preparing students for life after high school.
Join a live presentation from two district leaders who have achieved dramatic results in helping first-generation college-going students transition to college.
Ever wondered about the legions of college admissions counselors who visit your high school every year? What is life like on the road? How many schools are they visiting? And what makes for a ‘good’ visit to your school?
Join us as we highlight best practices from schools and districts who are showing measurable increases in FAFSA submissions and who are taking innovative approaches to working with students and families to decrease barriers to get students to college.
Join Dr. Dave Schuler, superintendent of High School District 214, as he discusses the value of fostering future-ready students as a district-wide initiative, including creating buy-in at the district and school leadership levels, instilling milestones for students to measure readiness success, and measuring effectiveness of outcomes beyond high school graduation.
Join us for a look at the changes and enhancements to Naviance in the past 12 months! We’ve introduced new features and improved usability to help students and school staff with course planning, application processing, test preparation, and more. You will also get a preview of what’s on the horizon for Naviance.
Join Gallup’s advanced consultant JerLene Mosley as she shares data and best practices about strength-based development for school educators, staff and students. Strengths development accelerates engagement; learn more about how “doing what we do best” means better days for everyone.
In Fall 2015, Hobsons and NACAC conducted a study of the use of individualized learning plans (ILPs) in public secondary schools to attempt to answer key questions about their use and effectiveness. Hear from Melissa Clinedinst, Associate Director of Research at NACAC, will explain the research questions and results in detail, and Jennifer Landy, School Counselor at Wayzata High School (Plymouth, MN), will share how her school has used Naviance to implement new Minnesota ILP requirements.
Naviance eDocs and The Common Application presents a pre-recorded joint webinar to discuss and demonstrate the enhancements and changes for the 2015-2016 school year.