by Aimee Metcalf – Central Oregon Community College – Bend, OR
While I am almost famously known for my work-life balance, I’ve found myself struggling. Here are some things that helped me feel tethered in the face of uncertainty. I hope some of these suggestions help you, too.
by Jaclyn Y. Garver – NCMPR National Office – Fort Wayne, IN
Of all the things the coronavirus has ruined, perhaps one of the most frustrating for community college marketers is that former messaging simply doesn’t make sense anymore.
by NCMPR National – Albuquerque, NM
The NCMPR board of directors and National Office staff share a playlist of tunes with humor and hope for the COVID-19 quarantine and beyond.
by Mark Browning – College of Western Idaho – Boise, ID
The College of Western Idaho shares some takeaways from a recent Facebook Live event.
by Ellen Davis – Temple College – Temple, TX
One positive benefit of the coronavirus is that it’s making us all learn new ways of doing our jobs – ways that we probably should have learned a long time ago.
by Andrea Hanstein – CCC California Virtual Campus – Online Education Initiative – Los Altos Hills, CA
Together, we’re all experiencing a “new normal” and while the situation changes from day to day, I hope my tips and tricks for working from home can provide a small bit of relief.
by Dr. Lane Glenn – Northern Essex Community College – Haverhill, MA
During crises, like the current coronavirus pandemic, the differences between community college students and students at America’s private and public flagship universities can be staggeringly difficult to reconcile.
by Steve Robinson, Ph.D. – Owens Community College – Perrysburg, OH
Our efforts to move our college through the COVID-19 response with the least disruption to our mission of student and community success will be a long-term effort.
by John J. “Ski” Sygielski, Ed.D. and Linnie S. Carter, Ph.D., APR – HACC, Central Pennsylvania’s Community College – Harrisburg, PA
Time-tested suggestions for interacting with donors.
by Jeff Ebbing – Southeastern Community College – West Burlington, IA
Comes now the thrilling conclusion of the epic Marketing Guy trilogy, The Physics of Adult Student Marketing.