NET Webinar #1-Case Studies of High Performing Gender Nontraditional CTE programs - Shared screen with speaker view
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That is always a great idea to provide them with outside and community resources to assist the students so that they are not limited or deterred because they cannot get the necessities needed in order for them to be successful
Have you all been able to go ahead and utilize the CRRDAA funds?
Not yet..we are still awaiting guidance from SUNY and NYS Budget
Can you share what strategies your Admissions Office uses to recruit NT CTE students? Do your academic departments have a role in CTE student recruitment? If so, what is it?
At Bronx Community College, we go out into the community and provide flyers regarding our programs to stores, libraries, schools, and other community based organizations in order to get the word out about our programs. We also partner with many community based organizations to make it easier for families to enroll in our programs
Academic departments have faculty participate in career panels and fairs at the College. We have NT faculty meet and greet students who are considering a NT career.
Info sessions is another way to bring in people from the community and provide them with information regarding our programs.
Collecting data and providing those support services is so important to student success
Meeting the students where they are to ensure success
Thank you for your thorough responses. I share in your wish that Admissions had more of a role, you're not alone!
Good afternoon everyone- do you have any tips/strategies for retention?
I think that providing some flexibility in taking courses and being understanding of students' situations allows for retention because they appreciate that flexibility, thus, even if they have to leave the program for whatever reason, they always come back.
Joy Williams, SUNY Alfred State (she/her)
Thank you all so much!
Thank you for participating!
Thank you for all of the great information