NAACE Invites Maker Educators
Virtual make/SHIFT Summit -- July 20-24, 2020
The National Association for Community College Entrepreneurship (NACCE) announced that they will be hosting a week-long maker-focused event, make/SHIFT Virtual. Originally make/SHIFT 2.0 was going to be held in Coeur d'Alene, Idaho in June 2020, but due to COVID-19, that event has been postponed until May 2021.
On Monday, July 20 through Friday, July 24, NACCE will host two daily webinars at 12 PM ET and 3 PM ET focused on a variety of relevant, practical and insightful topics surrounding the maker community. You can purchase individual session tickets or the full-week pass. The kick-off webinar is free to all. If you participate in 100% of the sessions, you will receive a make/SHIFT Virtual Digital Badge.
CCC Maker speakers include:
- Clare Sadnik, Art/Makerspace Faculty, Moorpark College
- Dr. Melody Graveen, Dean of Instruction, Career and Technical Education, Moreno Valley College
- Ana McClanahan, Dean of STEAM, College of Alameda
- Donnell Layne, Director, STEM Innovation Center & Makerspace, Moreno Valley College
- Zack Dowell, Instructional Design and Development Coordinator, Folsom Lake College
- Maura Devlin-Clancy, CCSF MakerSPHERE Coordinator and Faculty - CNIT Department - Web Development Programs, City College of San Francisco
- Students include:
- Nicole Shuman, Student, Folsom Lake College
- Leah Vass, Student, Laney College
- Connor Challis, Student, Sierra College
For more details and to register, please visit NACCE make/SHIFT Virtual.