This four-part webinar series will inform participants about  stackable credentials, the importance of high school and community college partnerships, discuss ways to support students to and through stackable credential programs, and empower  professionals to map out credential pathways within their own communities.

Series Dates: May 2021

State Continuing Education Clock Hours (SCECH)

Each webinar may be eligible for one SCECH in career exploration. SCECHs also can be earned by viewing webinar recordings, which will be available after webinar completion, through the end of August. Upon viewing a recording, successful completion of the accompanying SCECH quiz is required.

SCECH FAQ and Video

Do you have questions about earning SCECHs through MCAN events? Common questions and answers are shared in this FAQ document, where you'll also find a link to the video, Earning SCECHs with MCAN.


Roadmap to Opportunity Webinar Series

More webinar dates are coming soon! Webinars are listed in order by date of occurrence. After the completion of each event, a link to the webinar recording and SCECH quiz will be provided.

Roadmap to Relationships: Building Strong Relationships Between High Schools and Community Colleges

Date: May 4
Time: 11 a.m.-noon
Presenters: Amanda Blanchette, president, Michigan Association for College Admission Counseling; Kim DeLand, school counselor at Yale High School; Tom Kephart, director of admissions and marketing, St. Clair County Community College; and Jessica Steward, assistant director of admissions, St. Clair County Community College. 

MCAN's Roadmap to Opportunity website provides practitioners with a tool for supporting students as they plan for their futures. In this webinar, the first of a four-part series, panelists will discuss the importance of building relationships between high schools and community colleges and provide practical tips for keeping those relationships strong.

SCECH: This webinar may be eligible for one SCECH in career exploration

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Road Mapping Your Community: Identifying Stackable Pathways in Your Area

Date: May 25
Time: 9-10 a.m.
Presenters: Autumn Kearney, strategy manager for high school innovation, MCAN, and Jamie Jacobs, deputy director, MCAN 

MCAN's Roadmap to Opportunity website provides practitioners with a tool for supporting students as they plan for their futures. In this final webinar of the four-part series, MCAN staff will outline the process by which counselors and advisers can map out stackable programs in their communities.

SCECH: This webinar may be eligible for one SCECH in career exploration

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