controlled trial. And employed Year Up
group members earned nearly $4 more
per hour than employed control group
members, and were substantially more
likely to be working in IT, business and
By partnering with Year Up, NOVA
is giving students a proven pathway to
meaningful careers in one of the most
concentrated technology employment
markets in the country.
After the success of our program
in Woodbridge, we invited Year Up to
launch an additional site at our campus in
Alexandria, the next step in our strategic
partnership in what we hope to be an ever
deepening and impactful collaboration.
We do all of this because deserving
students like Darwin need the opportunities made possible by our partnership.
And our employers and our region need
Scott Ralls is president of Northern Virginia
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grow and diversify the teacher preparation pipeline.
Are you interested in preparing a diverse
pipeline of PreK–12th grade educators?
Are you interested in research-based
best practices? Do you desire to
strengthen partnerships between
2- and 4-year programs?
If you answered YES, then now is the time for
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the National Association of Community College
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NACCTEP and AACTE have launched a pilot
partnership for 2018–2019 to foster collaboration
among their memberships through the common
goals of advocating for, advancing, and diversifying educator preparation programs.
Partnership dues are $1,000 from the date the
application is submitted to December 31, 2019.
Partner benefits include access for all faculty and
students within your program to advocacy alerts,
national research projects, discounted registration
for conferences and events, and more.
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