First two webinar series from CLP for community colleges working online

March 23, 2020

computer keyboardCLP launches one webinar series to support community college practitioners on March 26 and plans more for April.

We thank you for all of the work you are doing in these challenging times. Please share this information widely!

Problem Solving: Moving Dual Enrollment Online

A free webinar series for practitioners in a time of rapid change 

Join us on Zoom each Thursday, March 26 to April 16, from 10 a.m. to 11 a.m. to talk about dual enrollment.

• Hear how expert practitioners are working through emerging issues.
• Bring the challenges you are facing at the moment around remote instruction.
• Bring your creative solutions and be ready to contribute.

Click here to sign up. Please make sure to RSVP by noon on Wednesday, March 25 (or on any of the following three Wednesdays). We are producing this series with support from the College Futures Foundation and the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.

Note that we plan to offer “Problem Solving” series on additional community college topics soon. (Watch this space and your email inbox.)

Redesigning with Transitions in Mind  

Colleges have been redesigning transitions to college to reach and support students, especially those furthest from opportunity. Join us for a statewide workshop webinar series (via Zoom) exploring how colleges and their partners have been reimagining transitions to college — such as early onboarding, bridge programs, and dual enrollment — within the Guided Pathways framework. How do we continue to build on this work in a rapidly changing context?

Even as colleges move instruction and services online, they and their partners need to consider how they work together to smooth transitions into college, align offerings and services, provide on-ramps, and scale dual enrollment.

Join us for the first webinar in this series on Friday, April 17, from 10 a.m. to noon. Click here to sign up for invitations and updates. We are producing this webinar series with support from the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office.

NOTE: This series grows out of the Guided Pathways workshop of the same name that was scheduled for April 3 in Irvine and has been postponed. Please watch for updates (in email or at