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Modesto Junior College seeks to serve students; helping them to attain their learning and career goals in a timely manner. Recognizing that there is opportunity to improve the student experience, faculty, classified professionals, and administrators are working together to explore ways to streamline the student experience, crafting rich, appropriately broad paths to various educational goals. In addition, the College is committed to exploring all processes and support services to create a holistic approach to education that serves the entire student. To that end, MJC is one of twenty model colleges in the California Guided Pathways Project beginning fall 2017.
|Bakersfield College||Florida College System|
|Odessa College||Broward College|
|St. Petersburg College||Kansas State Department of Education|
|Queesnborough Community College||Ohio State University|
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Paving the Path Sessions (Spring 2019)
We continue our series of hands-on workshops designed to help discipline faculty utilize tools and data to help students better understand career and job goals associated with MJC's programs.
This Paving the Path session will introduce faculty to the resources used to align courses with the most common transfer institutions for your program.
Please bring your laptop and knowledge of your possible transfer institutions for your program or industry needed competencies.
Participants in this Paving the Path session will be introduced to the process of how to align your Program Learning Outcomes to careers, jobs, industry standards and transfer institutions to help make a student’s journey seamless, meaningful and applicable. Participation will:
This activity will be presented asynchronously. The link will be made available in the Paving the Path page of the Guided Pathways Website.