The 2018 Florida College Access Network Summit is in the rear-view mirror, and FCAN would like to extend a big thank you to everyone who attended the event and showed their support.
More than 375 people from various sectors — including business and community leaders, policymakers, K-12 counselors and educators, college and university administrators and faculty, nonprofit professionals, philanthropic leaders, college students, and more — attended this year’s two-day summit, which featured 30 breakout sessions highlighting the latest developments in college access, postsecondary success, college affordability, career readiness and workforce development, data and measurement, and collective impact.
By popular demand, we have gathered PDF versions of all available slides from presenters at the 2018 FCAN Summit!
Thursday, May 10, 2018
Concurrent Session A (1:45 PM – 2:45 PM)
A MultiGen Approach to College Prep for First Generation College Latinos
Achieve Escambia – Data Driving Our Future!
Examining Trends in College Persistence: Findings and Implications for College Success
Got Summer Jobs for Youth? Lessons Learned in Securing Over 3,000 Paid Youth Internships
Strategic Initiatives in Dual Enrollment
Top Ten Financial Aid Myths
Concurrent Session B (3:00 PM – 4:00 PM)
Innovative Scholarship Models: How Florida Philanthropy is Addressing the Needs of Today’s Students
The State of Developmental Education Reform in Florida
Concurrent Session C (9:45 AM – 10:45 AM)
Alternative Credit and Adult Learners: Changing Our Culture
Career Quest — Matched College Savings Program
MyCareerShines: Helping Students Dream Big and Plan Accordingly (Log-in Instructions Handout I Unlock a World of Possibilities Handout)
Understanding the History of Racism and Racial Bias to Move Forward with Improving Student Outcomes (Awake to Woke to Work Handout I Postsecondary Racial Equality Self-Assessment)
Concurrent Session D (11:00 AM – 12:00 PM)
How America Pays for College
Innovative Community Partnerships Connecting Students with Postsecondary Pathways
The Irma Test: Collective Impact Works
Using Data-Informed Practice to Improve College Success
Concurrent Session E (2:00 PM – 3:00 PM)
A-STEP into the Middle Class: Advancing Education Equity for Underserved Adults (Part 2)
Building Bridges Across the Bay — How 2 Large Counties Came Together in One LCAN
College Ready Florida: Highlights from Around the State