Arizona College Access Network (AzCAN) April Newsletter

| April 4, 2021
Webinar: After the FAFSA/Verification
April 6, 2:00 – 3:00 PM
In this webinar, featuring Diana Mateer from College Depot, we will address next steps once a FAFSA is completed, including: Analyzing the Confirmation Page; Student Aid Reports; Verification; Following up with Colleges; and Student Loans. Register now.
CAP Training: Summer Series 2021
May 24, 2021 – September 5, 2021
This 15-week course features all CAP Training Core Modules. Read more
Register here as tickets are limited.
The National College Attainment Network’s (NCAN) annual conference, “Rebuilding for Postsecondary Equity: Rising to the Challenge” will be held virtually on October 5 – 7.
The 2021 Call for Proposals is now open. Submit a proposal now.
Online Learning for College Advisers:
NCAN offers an e-learning course that focuses on award letter interpretation and affordability. The course is free for those who come from NCAN member organizations or $59 for non-members. To register for e-learning courses, click here.
Events & Opportunities
The Arizona We Want: The Decade Ahead Report Revealing
April 21, 9 AM – 10:30 AM
Join the Center for the Future of Arizona for the release of The Arizona We Want: The Decade Ahead report, revealing data and insights from our second decennial 2020 Gallup Arizona Survey on April 21, 2021 from 9:00 a.m. to 10:30 a.m. Leaders and communities across the state will learn more about how we as Arizonans are experiencing life today, where we agree on what matters most, and how we can come together to create a stronger and brighter future for our state. Register today.
ECAP Best Practices for Implementation
June 15, 2 PM – 3 PM
Allowing space for students to participate in and create an Education Career Action Plan (ECAP) is a graduation requirement in Arizona.
ECAP is an ongoing process that empowers students to create a meaningful and individualized plan toward a postsecondary pathway. The ECAP process results in a student portfolio where students outline their secondary and postsecondary plans aligned to their career aspirations. The ECAP process portfolio has four attributes (academic, career, postsecondary, extracurricular) which should be documented, reviewed, and updated annually. Join AzCAN, Amanda Nolasco from ADE, and three schools from around the state as they showcase how their ECAP action plan, lessons, and activities ensure students leave high school with a meaningful ECAP experience and portfolio. Register today.
Do you know any high school students who need help with the college application, financial aid and FAFSA process? AdviseAZ is working with AzCAN to offer all Arizona high schoolers the opportunity to talk with near-peer advisers virtually for free on all things college access. To sign up or learn more send us an email. 
AzCAN Common Measures
It is important to understand where Arizona stands in terms of education in order to make a plan of action for increasing attainment and access. We at AzCAN are committed to ensuring that every student has the knowledge and resources needed to be success.
We recently updated our Arizona Common Measures, which are based on national metrics from NCAN and designed to guide our work as well as track the collective progress towards our statewide goal of Achieve60AZ.
To view all our measurements, click here. 
AzCAN has many professional development opportunities for 2021. Check out our PD calendar and sign up today!
If you have PD opportunities or events you would like shared with the network please email Shaylinn Aleman.
Do you have something you would like to share with the Arizona College Access Network? 
Please submit any events, research, news, achievements, 
job openings or anything that you would like for us to share to 


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