After the academic setbacks of the pandemic, it’s more important than ever to focus high school students on their college plans and preparedness. How can colleges expand their efforts beyond traditional dual-enrollment programs?

We’ll discuss the issue with a panel of experts at our upcoming Virtual Forum, “College-High School Partnerships.” Join us as a group of experts share their thoughts on how colleges can partner with high schools to help:
  • Coach students for academic success and social readiness
  • Encourage students to consider their intellectual passions and career prospects
  • Usher a new generation of students into streamlined, cost-saving matriculation plans
  • Include parents, particularly those from first generation and low-income families, early on

Alex Kafka
Senior Editor, The Chronicle of Higher Education

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Paula Pando
President, Reynolds Community College


Gabrielle Bynum
Recent MBA graduate, Quinnipiac University

Cindy Kushner
Director of School, Community, and Workforce Partnerships, Lorain County Community College

Jim Burke
Director of Summer Sessions, Colorado College

Chad McGuire
Director of High School Academy & Continuing Education Programs, Post University

Keeanna Warren
Associate Executive Director, Purdue Polytechnic High School

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Sherry Pagoto
Director of the UConn Center for mHealth and Social Media, University of Connecticut

Malik Singleton
Student, Harris-Stowe State University