Student Supports, Equity and Guided Pathways Online Webinars

May 27, 2020

As colleges across the state move student support services online, it is important to keep both equity and student experience at the center of our redesign efforts. CLP hosted two May webinars focused on how colleges are adapting and continuing student services redesign in the virtual environment.

Here are the topics we covered, with links to recordings and presentations:

On May 13, Chabot College counselor Heather Oshiro, Chaffey College counselors Fabiola Espitia and Kirk Collins, and Amy Nevarez, Dean of Counseling and Student Supports at Chaffey College, shared how they are innovating student virtual onboarding. Gabriel Martinez, chair of the counseling department at Berkeley City College, facilitated the session, engaging the speakers and webinar audience with ideas, questions, and thoughts. 

Here is the recording and the presentation.

Resources provided during the webinar:

On May 27, Dr. Patricia Avila from Riverside City College, Byron Reaves from Santa Rosa Junior College, and Armando Trujillo from Bakersfield College shared how they have implemented student success teams.

Here is the recording and the presentation. (Note: the title slide on the recording is mistakenly dated May 13. This is the correct recording for the May 27 webinar.)

Resources provided during the webinar:


CaCN community of practice

Join CLP’s California Counseling Network (CaCN) to continue the conversation and connect with counselors across the state. Click here for more information.


Past Student Supports Webinar Series

In April, CLP hosted a four-part webinar series focused on Moving Student Supports Online. You can find the recordings, materials, and resources here.

Past Guided Pathways Webinar Series

To support Guided Pathways redesign teams across California as they re-oriented to an all-online world, CLP hosted a series of four conversations on Wednesday mornings in April 2020. You can find the recordings, materials, and resources here.


These webinars are produced by Career Ladders Project with funding from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.