Further expand your antiracist and diversity, equity, and inclusion knowledge in series two of this professional development series from NACAC, created specifically for counseling and admission professionals.
NACAC is excited to offer both in-person and virtual fairs in Spring 2022. Seven virtual and six in-person fairs will be offered this spring. NACAC is also thrilled to announce that we have selected GoToCollegeFairs (GTCF) to help us provide a new and dynamic virtual and in-person fair experience in 2022. In addition to an all-new platform, our fairs will feature an AI matchmaking technology that takes the attributes of your college/university (geographic region, campus size, campus setting, etc.) and matches them to student interests and preferences.
NACAC urges support and flexibility for students, families, and counselors throughout our community who have been affected by catastrophic weather events, the Omicron variant, and other school-related challenges.
2022 Board of Directors Application Process is Now Open
The NACAC Governance and Nominating Committee is looking for applicants to fill the slate of nominees for positions on the NACAC Board of Directors for terms beginning in September 2022. All candidate application materials must be received by February 28, 2022.
Character Collaborative and NACAC to Launch Third Training Course
The Character Collaborative and National Association for College Admission Counseling (NACAC) today announced the launch of “Application Essays: Evaluating and Advising with Character in Mind” the third course in a series designed to provide guidance on the value of character attributes in colleges and schools.
In her latest column, NACAC Board Chair Ffiona Rees announces important updates about NACAC’s commitment to make its governance process more inclusive, transparent, and responsive to the needs of its members, including an emphasis on diversity and inclusion among NACAC's committees, board, and staff.
NACAC has provided me with a network of support with professionals that encounter and overcome many of the same challenges I deal with every day. Having access to these mentors and leaders makes me feel more motivated about the work we do in admission and navigating these challenges is essential for staying in the field and achieving professional growth.
Associate Director of Admission at Carnegie Mellon University (PA)
NACAC has allowed me to create professional relationships with colleagues across the world and I know that I can pick up the phone and call any NACAC member to help me in guiding a student properly or to simply listen when things can feel unfair in the college admission process. I am so grateful for the continued conversations on hard topics that affect our students.
NACAC has provided me the opportunity to connect with leaders in our field, to establish relationships, and to acquire knowledge that has allowed me to grow professionally. For me, NACAC is a trusted resource that provides valuable information at every level of your career, a professional roadmap of sorts.
Director of Recruitment, Virginia Commonwealth University
National Association for College Admission Counseling 2022
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