Working Connections IT Faculty Development Institute offers cutting-edge, cost-effective professional development opportunities to current community college IT/convergence faculty that are often only available through expensive commercial training. Working Connections makes the newest technologies and industry trends available to attendees, as well as encourages the kind of networking and collaboration among educational and business leaders that can strengthen any IT educational program.
Working Connections training workshops offer several tracks that cover a range of the most in-demand topics in IT. The goal of Working Connections is to provide attendees with the expertise needed to teach their respective track in a subsequent semester, bringing the most current information to their classrooms either as a stand-alone course or as supplemental information to an existing course.
Class lasts for the entire duration of Working Connections.
June 20-23, 2022
Attendees will travel in person to attend to this year's Summer Working Connections event. Should you have questions, please contact David Singletary. This is not an online event.
If you must cancel the track you are registered for, please notify David Singletary immediately. The last day to cancel is Monday, June 6, 2022. Changes made after that date may result in a suspension from attending the next two Working Connections (Winter 2022 and Summer 2023). For those who are suspended from attending Working Connections for the next 12 months, both you and your supervisor will be notified.
Only those who attend every session (and sign the attendance sheet at every session) are eligible to receive a Certificate of Completion for Summer Working Connections.
For more information about Working Connections, contact David Singletary.
Note that this material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1902524.
Support for this event has also been provided by the National Convergence Technology Center, funded by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. 1700530.