[Reentry-ed] FW: [CACNY] 4 Days Left to Register: NYC's Postsecondary Education Initiatives
cpahigian at foiany.org
Fri Jun 11 14:45:16 EDT 2010
Thanks very much John. I hadn't heard about this. Have a good weekend all. Chris
John Gordon <jgordon at fortunesociety.org> wrote:
FYI – from Benay Rubenstein of the College Initiative.
From: cacny at googlegroups.com [mailto:cacny at googlegroups.com] On Behalf Of Kory McBride
Sent: Friday, June 11, 2010 11:06 AM
Subject: [CACNY] 4 Days Left to Register: NYC's Postsecondary Education Initiatives
Agenda for Children Tomorrow
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SPRING STAKEHOLDERS' FORUM
New York City 's
Postsecondary Education Initiatives
Join us for a conversation on how New York City , its educational institutions and community-based organizations are joining together to ensure that high school students receive the education they need to reach their economic potential.
Welcome A Focus on Postsecondary Education -- Why Now?
Linda Selvin, Executive Director, Agenda for Children Tomorrow (ACT)
Introduction NYC's Commitment to Postsecondary Education
Deborah Taylor, Senior Policy Advisor, Office of the Deputy Mayor for
Education and Community Development and ACT Advisory Board Member
Speakers A Collaborative Approach to College Readiness: DOE, CUNY & CBOs
Dennis Walcott, Deputy Mayor of Education and Community Development
Postsecondary Access and Success - Making It Happen
John Mogulescu, Senior University Dean for Academic Affairs, CUNY
Impact on the City's Workforce
Mary Wright, Project Director, Human Capital, The Conference Board
Philip Weinberg, President/CEO, New York City Workforce Investment Board (WIB)
Panelists Zakiyah Ansari , Parent Leader, Coalition for Education Justice
Sonia Bhuta, Program Director, College Prep, Educational Alliance
Eric Hofmann, University Director for Collaborative Programs, College Now (CUNY)
Michelle Neugebauer, Executive Director , Cypress Hills Local Development Corp.
Friday, June 18, 2010
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Museum of American Finance
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Click here to register. Please RSVP by June 14th.
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