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Recruitment and Retention Strategies


Educators AACC - American Association
of Community College

AACC provides research reports and whitepapers, as well as training for educational institutions on a variety of subjects, including student recruitment and retention strategies.

Educators CSSIA - National Center for Systems Security and Information Assurance

CSSIA has compiled an excellent collection of articles, tools and resources to assist educators in increasing the number of women and other underrepresented populations in the STEM arena, cyber security and information technology in particular.

Educators IWITTS - National Institute for Women in Trades, Technology and Science

IWITTS provides resources and materials to help educators close the gender gap in industries such as technology or manufacturing trades. They provide training, classroom tools, and a collection of best practices.

Educators NCWIT - National Center for Women & Information Technology

NCWIT works with univiersites, companies, non-profits and government orgnaizations to increase women's participation in computing and technology. They provide leaders with resources for recruiting, retaining and advancing women from K-12 and higher education through industry and entrepreneurial careers.

Educators NAPE - National Alliance for Partnerships in Equity

NAPE focuses on increasing enrollment, retention, and performance of underrepresented students through professional development, research and evaluation, technical support and public policy advocacy to help bring equality and diversity to colleges and industry.

Documents and White Papers

Educators Diversity Summit Executive Summary

An overview of the methodology, implementation, and impact of a 17-month pilot program that delivered recruiting/retaining strategies for underserved populations to select community colleges.

Educators Recruitment and Retention Executive Summary

This overview distills the highlights of multiple community college recruitment and retention programs, studies, and reports into a single “best practices” overview.

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