• Share
  • Email
  • Embed
  • Like
  • Save
  • Private Content
Community as a Retention Tool
 

Community as a Retention Tool

on

  • 2,189 views

"Community as a Retention Tool" was presented by Jamie Kidder and Dr. Kevin Kirk of Community Care College and builds on the concepts of community discussed in the series’ first session, ...

"Community as a Retention Tool" was presented by Jamie Kidder and Dr. Kevin Kirk of Community Care College and builds on the concepts of community discussed in the series’ first session, "Integrating New Students Into the Community." During "Community as a Retention Tool," Jamie and Kevin discuss:

Creating a community that creates a well-rounded and balanced scholar

Maintaining the community

The impact of OUR community on THE community

Statistics

Views

Total Views
2,189
Views on SlideShare
2,009
Embed Views
180

Actions

Likes
1
Downloads
8
Comments
0

4 Embeds 180

http://www.imagine-america.org 93
http://iaf.dev.plattformad.com 40
http://www.slideshare.net 33
http://www.plattformstuff.com 14

Accessibility

Categories

Upload Details

Uploaded via as Microsoft PowerPoint

Usage Rights

© All Rights Reserved

Report content

Flagged as inappropriate Flag as inappropriate
Flag as inappropriate

Select your reason for flagging this presentation as inappropriate.

Cancel
  • Full Name Full Name Comment goes here.
    Are you sure you want to
    Your message goes here
    Processing…
Post Comment
Edit your comment
  • Need Matt’s title

Community as a Retention Tool Community as a Retention Tool Presentation Transcript

  • The Campus Community Life Cycle: From Admissions to Alumni Presented by the Imagine America Foundation and ED MAP, Inc. Session 2: Community as a Retention Tool April 20, 2010
  • About the Imagine America Foundation
    • The Imagine America Foundation (IAF) has been serving the career college community since 1982. IAF provides scholarships for education, awards, financial aid information, sector research, faculty training, and honors achievement in career education.
    • The Foundation has grown to support more than 500 career colleges across the United States and Puerto Rico and provides valuable information on financial aid and scholarships.
    • For more information, please visit www.imagine-america.org
  • Imagine America Scholarship and Award Programs
      • To date, through the Imagine America programs, the Foundation has presented over $40 million in scholarships and awards to students enrolling at career colleges and universities all across the United States and Puerto Rico.
      • Imagine America High School Scholarship
        • Imagine America Promise Scholarship Program
      • Military Award Program (MAP)
        • LDRSHIP Award
      • Adult Skills Education Program (ASEP)
  • Imagine America Foundation Research
    • Research
      • Filling America's Skilled Worker Shortage: The Role of Career Colleges (2008)
      • Fact Book 2009: A Profile of Career Colleges and Universities (2009)
      • Graduating At-Risk Students: A Cross-Sector Analysis (2010)
    • Upcoming Research
      • ROI of Faculty Development: A Case Study (Summer 2010)
      • Fact Book 2010: A Profile of Career Colleges and Universities (Summer 2010)
      • Responsible Borrowing Online Tool (Fall 2010)
  • About ED MAP, Inc.
    • ED MAP is an educational-content management company whose unique market insights and perspectives separate it from traditional academic bookstores. We leverage extensive relationships with academic publishers and educational institutions to create, acquire, store, deliver and monetize content for educational markets.
    • ED MAP is committed to helping institutions develop new approaches to course materials that can reduce their logistical and administrative burdens. Additionally, these approaches can reduce students’ costs for course materials while supporting their academic performance.
  • ED MAP, Inc.
    • ED MAP provides our clients guidance and assistance for selection, editorial, production, logistics and customization activities. Our clients include proprietary and career colleges, K-12 online programs and institutions, traditional and multi-campus systems, continuing education and professional associations.
    • Additional information can be found at our website:  www.edmap.biz
  • Webinar Housekeeping
    • Time for Q&A will be held at the end of this presentation. Please submit questions at anytime during the presentation and we’ll answer as many as possible.
    • This presentation, and other sessions from this series, will be posted at SlideShare.net. More information will be provided at the end of the presentation.
    • You will receive an invite for the next session in this series that also contains a link to the archived presentations.
  • Community As a Retention Tool: Creating, Maintaining and Realizing the Impact of a True Educational Community
    • Presented by:
      • Dr. Kevin Kirk, President
      • Jamie Kidder,
      • Director of Student Services
  • Community As a Retention Tool: Creating, Maintaining and Realizing the Impact of a True Educational Community
    • Giving you tools to build a community within your institution to promote retention.
  • Poll Question #1
    • Does your institution focus on:
      • Retaining students
      • Creating an environment so students
      • become graduates?
  • Creating the Connection
  • Maintaining the Connection
  • Poll Question #2
    • Should all faculty / staff be involved in maintaining the student connection with the institution?
      • Yes
      • No
  • The Buy-In
  • What Are We Buying Into?
    • Treatment
    • Support
    • Customer Service
    • Constant Communication
  • What Are We Buying Into?
    • Continual Drive for Excellence
    • Loyalty
    • Continual Positive Interaction
    • Flexibility
    • Encouragement
  • What Are We Buying Into?
    • Encouragement
    • Recognition
    • Interest in Success
    • Gratitude
    • Acknowledgement
  • What Are We Buying Into?
  • All Faculty and Staff
    • CARES
    • Be Nice Culture
    • 21 Day Principle
    • Open Door Policy
  • All Faculty and Staff
    • 24 Hour Rule
    • OTSU Principle
    • Good to Great
    • Corporate Core
    • Values
  • What Impact Do They Have?
  • Poll Question #3
    • Is your college’s community a change agent in your students’ lives?
      • Yes
      • No
  • Questions & Answers
  • Upcoming Session
    • “ The Campus Community Life Cycle: From Admissions to Alumni”
      • Session 3: “Maintaining Community After Graduation: Benefits to the Institution”
        • - May 25, 2010 at 2 pm ET
  • Archived Session #1
    • The first session of The Campus Community Life Cycle: From Admissions to Alumni, “ Integrating New Students Into the Community, ” is available for your review.
      • Go to SlideShare.net and search by presentation name
      • - or -
      • Follow this link: http://www.slideshare.net/EDMAP/cfakepathwebinar-2010-session-1-master-finalv2
  • Contact Information Community Care College
    • Dr. Kevin Kirk
      • President
      • Email: kkirk@communitycarecollege.edu
    • Jamie Kidder
      • Director of Student Services
      • Email: jkidder@communitycarecollege.edu
  • Contact Information IAF and ED MAP, Inc.
    • Imagine America Foundation
      • Bob Martin: President
      • Email: bobm@imagine-america.org
      • Jenny Faubert: Manager of Marketing and Project Development
      • Email: jennyf@imagine-america.org
    • ED MAP
      • Chris Carroll: Director of Business Development
      • Email: ccarroll@edmap.biz
  • Thank You for Joining Us Today! We hope to see you May 25, 2010 at 2 pm ET for “ Maintaining Community After Graduation: Benefits to the Institution”