Throughout the year, MCAN offers various webinars to inform individuals within our network about best practices, emerging trends, and new tools. These webinars are offered free of charge and require advance registration. State continuing education clock hours (SCECHs) often are available. Webinar recordings are archived and available for three months after the presentation date.

Earning SCECHs

Upon approval from the Michigan Department of Education (MDE), SCECHs are available in a variety of categories for participation in MCAN webinars. See the Michigan Online Educator Certification System to learn more about how many SCECHs are available, and their category, for each webinar.

If you provided your personal identification code (PIC) during registration and attended the entirety of the webinar, your SCECH will automatically be processed within one or two weeks after the webinar. Alternatively, you may email your name, name of the webinar, and PIC to following your participation in the webinar.

SCECHs FAQ and Video

Do you have questions about earning SCECHs through MCAN events? Common questions and answers are shared in this FAQ document, as well as the video below.

Questions about webinars, joining one of the listservs, or scholarship opportunities? Please contact Kiersten Nolan, strategy assistant for high school innovation.


Xello Professional Development Series 2022-23

Dates: Variable, December-April
Times: Variable

Xello and MCAN are teaming up again to bring you a series of webinars on meeting Michigan's Career Development Model and igniting college and career readiness in your students.

SCECH: All webinars will be submitted for 1 SCECH in College Preparation & Selection.

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Michigan Achievement Scholarship Updates

Date: Nov. 28
Time: 10:30-11:30 a.m.
Presenters: Ryan Fewins-Bliss, Michigan College Access Network; additional presenters TBD

Michigan recently passed game-changing legislation that creates and funds the Michigan Achievement Scholarship. This $560 million investment in student financial aid more than doubles the investment made in previous years in just its first year of operation. Estimates show 8 in 10 Michigan families would be eligible for the scholarship, helping to alleviate the barrier of college affordability for so many Michigan families. Join this session to learn more about the biggest investment in Michigan financial aid in over a decade. Learn who is eligible, how the funding will be awarded, and how students can access the funds.

SCECH: This webinar was submitted for 1 SCECH in College Preparation & Selection

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