The Community College Baccalaureate and Its Role in the Higher Education System
This webinar focuses on the role of the Community College Baccalaureate (CCB) in helping community colleges fulfill their mission of providing student pathways toward economic mobility. Students voice why they chose the CCB degree to create an understanding of why this higher education evolution is one of the most democratizing strategies in several decades. The collegewide impact of the CCB degree, and particularly the role faculty play in the development, implementation, teaching, evaluation, and mentoring of their adult students are explored. Participants gain a better understanding of the CCB within the broader context of a national movement that impacts and creates opportunities for students to achieve the American dream for themselves and their families.
Angela Kersenbrock is currently the president of the Community College Baccalaureate Association. An accomplished educator with experience at the associates, bachelor, master’s and doctoral levels, she recently retired after 34 years at Seminole State College in Orlando, Florida. There, she was a tenured faculty member, department chair, dean and the associate vice president of the School of Business, Health and Public Safety.
Angela holds a doctorate degree in Higher Education and Public Policy and has a master’s degree in nursing. She has been involved with workforce education programs, having developed almost 30 different degrees and certificates, as well as several baccalaureate programs, including business and information management, nursing, health sciences, and information systems. She has also led partnerships between multiple stakeholders to gain regional approval for baccalaureate degrees at Seminole State. In her current role, Angela is focused on leading the CCBA in its mission of developing workforce baccalaureates that result in family-sustaining careers.
Only those attending the LIVE webinar will receive a certificate of attendance. Thank you!