A Professional Development Series from NACAC
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. You’ll learn how to implement appropriate practices and strategies within your office and in your work with students to eliminate bias when advising or considering students for college admission.
The Antiracist Education Institute was developed to respond to evidence of implicit bias in multiple phases of the college advising/school counseling, recruitment, and admission process; under-representation of BIPOC (Black, Indigenous, and people of color) professionals in the admission profession; and pervasive systemic racism at the individual level in all corners of society, including the college admission counseling professionals.
The next iteration of this series is in development. Below is the curriculum and session descriptions from the 2021-2022 series.
Sessions are held live via Zoom. You can choose to attend all or some of the sessions. Four hours of continuing education credits are available per session.
The facilitators and agenda from the 2021 event are shown below. This page will be updated when new information is available.