The Student Impact and Outcomes unit delivers high-tech, high-intensity interventions to advance the inclusion and economic equity of students facing disproportionate barriers. We do this through multiple services including coaching, technology support, digital fluency training, efficacy research and impact practices that increase equitable academic and career outcomes.
Students we support:
- Re-Entry – Judicially Impacted
- Adults over the age of 50
Transformation Coaches provide intensive career readiness interventions to historically underserved demographics to scale social and economic mobility. In addition, Transformation Coaches work with employers to scale equitable hiring and retention practices, as well as outside organizations to connect students to community resources.
Coaching services include:
- Social Cognition and Executive Functioning Skills Training
- One-on-One Career Guidance through YouScience Assessments
- NACE Core Competency Skills Building
- Self-Advocacy Training & Support
- Connections to Supportive Services
- Behavioral Supports
- Educational Workshops for Students, Faculty & Staff
- Employer Training
- Free, Digital Job Search Training and Support through ACC Career Services: Strategies for Today’s Jobs
- Connecting Underrepresented Job Seekers with Employers Committed to Building an Authentic and Inclusive Workforce.
Visit the Transformation Coaching webpage to learn more about our coaching team!
Student Impact & Outcomes provides training to students, faculty and staff on all SE&O technologies to promote high impact practices for achieving equitable student outcomes. Technologies include but are not limited to JobScan, The Big Interview, Focus 2, YouScience, and Handshake. In addition, SI&O plays an active role in the implementation of ACC’s Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP): Digital Fluency and Innovation (DFI), providing training support in micro-credentials focusing on high-demand employer skills.
Visit the Digital Fluency & innovation webpage to learn more about ACC’s digital fluency microcredentials.
For more information about how we can provide technology support, contact:
J. David Ely
Coordinator, SE&O Technology and Impact Studies
Efficacy & Student Outcomes Research serves SE&O units, as well as college-wide departments and initiatives such as the Quality Enhancement Plan (QEP), by developing and implementing student outcomes research. This research drives interventions that increase student program completion, university transfer, and/or successful transition to employment. Efficacy data identifies trends, gaps, and strategic opportunities for scaling equitable academic and employment outcomes, and provides metrics-based processes to elevate the student experience.
Visit our data dashboard (website coming soon) for recent reports and insights.
For more information about how we can support your project or initiative, please contact:
Tim Self, Ed.D.
Coordinator, Efficacy & Student Outcomes Research