Guiding the Way to Higher Education: Step by Step to College Workshops for Students Curriculum
NACAC’s new Guiding the Way to Higher Education: Step-by-Step to College Workshops for Students curriculum is now available.
The curriculum--presented in three manuals, for middle school students (grades 7-8), early high school students (grades 9 through first semester 11) and late high school students (grades 11-12)--along with NACAC’s Families, Counselors and Communities Together (FCCT), which offers training for counselors and others who work with underrepresented and underserved students, provide comprehensive tools for meeting the needs of first-generation students and their families.
Developed by NACAC members Mary Lee Hoganson, Phyllis Gill and Joan Mudge, the Step-by-Step curriculum was presented at the NACAC national conference in Seattle. NACAC Human Relations Committee members Nancy Caine, Patty Montague and Bridget Herrera conducted training on the FCCT manual during the session.
A printed version is also available.
Free downloads of the Middle High School (Grades 7-9) and the Late High School (Grades 11-12) manuals are also available.
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