High-paying occupations There are about 30 million jobs that pay good salaries for workers without a bachelor’s degree. Read full PDF.
Archives for November 2017
November 20, 2017 | Issue # 101 “Busy” doesn’t even begin to describe last week. AACC and AASA, the School Superintendents Association, partnered on our seventh meeting on college readiness. On Monday, November 13, I participated in the first meeting of the President’s Task Force on Apprenticeship Expansion, led by Labor Secretary Alexander Acosta. AACC […]
“For 48 years Central Arizona College has served Pinal County by providing high-quality, affordable education. Our team of dedicated employees, working collaboratively with community members continue to lay the groundwork for new and innovative methods of distinguishing CAC and providing a gateway to higher education and rewarding careers for students. An example of these efforts […]
AACC and its sister trustee organization, Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) sent a joint message to elected officials with regard to the impact of the proposed tax bills on community colleges and their students. Download the AACC/ACCT joint letter to the House on H.R. 1 [PDF]. Download the AACC/ACCT joint letter to Senate Finance […]
Nearly 60 percent of community college presidents have held executive positions on campus prior to becoming CEOs. Read full PDF.
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE November 13, 2017 Media Contact: Martha Parham, Ed.D. Sr. Vice President, Public Relations Phone: (202) 728-0200 ext. 209 Email: email@example.com Leader of Community College Association Appointed to Task Force on Apprenticeship Expansion Washington, DC— Members of the federal Task Force on Apprenticeship Expansion will gather at the U.S. Department of Labor today—the […]
November 7, 2017 * Issue #874 POLICY and ADVOCACY 1. HOUSE GOP TAX BILL DETRIMENTAL TO COLLEGE STUDENTS The House Republican tax reform legislation released Thursday would make attending college more expensive for thousands of students. Learn more. AACC Contact: David Baime EVENTS and SERVICES 2. REGISTER FOR THE AACC ANNUAL CONVENTION Registration is now open […]
November 3, 2017 | Issue # 100 House Republicans released their tax reform legislation yesterday. It would make attending college more expensive for thousands of students. To reduce corporate and personal taxes and simplify the tax code, dozens of provisions are included to increase tax revenues in other areas, and many of those revenue raisers […]
“CCBC takes the word ‘community’ in our title very seriously by ensuring that the College contributes substantively to the vitality of Western Pennsylvania through innovative teaching; dynamic workforce development initiatives; and community, regional and statewide service and engagement. CCBC is at the nexus of bringing together K-12, four-year institutions, and industry in order to forge […]
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE October 27, 2017 Contact: Martha Parham, Ed.D. Sr. Vice President of Public Relations Phone: (202) 728-0200 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Opinion Editorial by Walter G. Bumphus, Ph.D. Community colleges are a gateway to the middle class for many Americans. Not only do community colleges serve students looking for a traditional degree program, but they […]