San Diego and Imperial colleges! A Guided Pathways workshop is coming this month

February 6, 2019

Practitioners from community colleges in San Diego and across California will share their experiences implementing Guided Pathways on Friday, Feb. 22. 

To join this full-day regional intensive in San Diego’s Mission Valley, register here.

In small-group discussions, participants will learn strategies for approaching key challenges:

  • using data (a team from Santa Rosa will talk about creating a data culture, and a team from Bakersfield will discuss using data to improve equity)
  • engaging the whole college in student-centered redesign (representatives from Southwestern will talk about managing their GP team),
  • mapping programs and meta-majors (a team from Mira Costa will talk about their experience sorting meta-majors)

Whether you are a student, classified professional, counseling faculty, discipline faculty, or researcher, or a dean, instructional leader, CEO, CIO, CBO or CSSO, you have a role in Guided Pathways efforts. And you can benefit from participating in a regional workshop. 

You’ll learn why Guided Pathways reforms are important and how to contribute. You’ll hear from experienced practitioners about the nuts and bolts of reform, and you’ll have a chance to build your own network of colleagues facing the same challenges you are. And you’ll have time with your team to map next steps at your college. 

The Feb. 22 workshop in Mission Valley includes lunch and is especially geared for people on campuses in San Diego and Imperial counties.

California’s regional GP workshops are organized by Career Ladders Project in collaboration with the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, and the RP Group. To join us Feb. 22, register here.

To learn more about CLP’s work on Guided Pathways, including other workshops coming soon in other parts of California, click here.