CAA500 – Trainer Certification

Under-resourced students in higher education are problem solvers with ideas that move the needle in the right direction.

How can faculty, staff, and administrators better understand under-resourced student views and implement responses?

This workshop prepares you to present the information from Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students to administrators, faculty, and staff at your institution. The training presents a systemic, research-based approach to improving retention and completion rates for students at the highest risk of attrition.

In-depth research and instructional materials prepare you to provide ongoing training to faculty and staff.

Participants will:

  • Understand challenges and strengths students from poverty bring to campus.
  • Explore strategies for success in the classroom, on campus, and in life.
  • Share tips and tactics for creating an environment of support.
  • Harness the potential of under-resourced students to effect positive change.

Certified trainers receive monthly trainer tips, newsletters, online support, free shipping, and discounts on some bulk orders.

Related/supplemental material:

Understanding and Engaging Under-Resourced College Students book coverInvestigations into Economic Class in America setInvestigations into Economic Class in America workbook

To book this workshop or ask questions, call (800) 424-9484 or email us.