ACCT Leadership Congress Recap
ACCT, with partners Seattle Jobs Initiative (SJI) and The American Public Human Services Association (APHSA), Receives $1.56M in funding for Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) Education & Training (E&T) Program Expansion
Trustee Valladares is a candidate for a full three-year term seat on the ACCT Board. Elections will be held in October during the ACCT Leadership Congress in New York City.
Regional Awardees to Compete for National-Level Recognition at ACCT Leadership Congress in October
During our July 2022 Peer Learning Network discussion, we had the opportunity to learn from two rural community colleges that were grant recipients of community facilities grants, Wiregrass Georgia Technical College and Colby Community College.
Following our June 2022 Rural Health Grants webinar, we were able to hear from Central Community College (CCC) in Nebraska to learn about their institution’s experience as a recipient of a Health Profession Opportunity Grant and Project H.E.L.P.
ACCT to give away 25 complimentary board services this year.
Peer Learning Network discussions allowed rural institutions to dive deeper into a topic following our webinar series. This article shares insights and experiences from USDOL grant recipients.
“Community colleges continue to play a key role as economic engines in their communities. They provide education and training to prepare students for the workforce of both today and the future. President Biden recognizes the value of this role and st
Rep. Richard Neal (D-Mass.) Receives National Education Service Award; Bryce McKibben Wins Government Relations Award
First Lady Jill Biden, Education Secretary Miguel Cardona Kick Off 2022 Community College National Legislative Summit
ACCT Applauds New Funding & Guidance to Meet Students’ Basic Needs