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FAPSC FOCUS E-Flash December 12, 2008
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FAPSC Professional Membership

FAPSC offers a Professional Membership that is open to all employees of a FAPSC school or associate member.  This membership was designed to help keep your entire staff in direct communication with FAPSC.  Download an application today!
 


FAPSC Board of Directors

William Polmear, President

Wayne Slater, President Elect

Don Slayter, Immediate Past President

Dean Bartness, Secretary

Janis Schoonmaker, Treasurer

Jorge Alfonso
Alex Amor
Mayralisa Arbelo
Arthur Benjamin
Nancy Bradley
Peter Crocitto
Joe Hardiman
Walt Kirby
David Knobel
Al McCloy
Ernesto Perez
Randy Proto
Brian Quirk
Melissa Wade
 


FAPSC Executive Staff

Kathy Mizereck, Executive Director
 
Wanda Taylor, Deputy Executive Director/Member Services
 
Katie Allan, Executive Assistant
 


Florida Association of Postsecondary Schools and Colleges  

Mission
FAPSC provides leadership, support and advocacy for quality career education. 

Values
Access
Accountability
Choice
Integrity
Professionalism 
 


  

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Marketing the FAPSC Scholarship Program

FAPSC is hosting a series of conference calls next week and encourges admission and financial aid team members of schools particpating in the 2009 scholarship program to dial in. 

The schedule is as follows:
Monday, December 15, 2008 at 11:00 AM
Tuesday, December 16, 2008 at 3:00 PM 
Wednesday, December 17, 2008 at 10:00 AM

To gain access to the call please dial  1-800-505-4464  and use passcode 077112.

The FAPSC office has plenty of postcards and applications available. The postcards are new this year and are a great way to direct potential students to our website to download an application.

Should you require additional scholarship materials please email your request to Scholarship@FAPSC.org or call the FAPSC office directly at (850) 577-3139.  

Remember! The scholarship application deadline is March 06, 2009.  Now is the time to get into the high schools and start marketing your schools program.


Need CEU's?  Time is Running Out!

The deadline for early registration to attend FAPSC 2009 Central Conference is Friday, December 19, 2008.

Administrator Conference - January 29, 2009
Early Registration (Expires 12/19)

Member Rate: $185
Non-Member Rate: $235


Regular Registration (12/20 – 1/16)

Member Rate: $235
Non-Member Rate: $285

Faculty Conference – January 30, 2009
Early Registration (Expires 12/19)

Member Rate:  $125
Non-Member Rate:  $165

Regular Registration (12/20 – 1/16)

Member Rate: $155 
Non-Member Rate : $195
 
Here is another sneak peak at a few topics that will be disccused on administrator day.  Kim Amendola, Campus Enrollment Director, Palmer College of Chiropractic is sharing her expertise by leading a session "Deal or No Deal: Building an Effective Campus Visit Program." Dr. Stephen Calabro, Executive Vice President and Regulatory Counsel, Southwet Florida College, will address issues and answer questions regarding the Florida Statewide Course Numbering System (SCNS).  

Faculty will hear from Dr. Henry Johnson, Everest University on the topic of "An Educational Revival in America Today".  You will learn how to enhance interactive skills, and motivate faculty and administrators through the application of effective education.  Dr. Connie Duke, Keiser University, will teach techniques to help your students become more accountable for their learning. Understand how to answer the "who, what, where, when, why, and how" of learning.
 

Check our website www.FAPSC.org frequently for updated information regarding this event.

Download conference registration form by
clicking here.

 


FAPSC 2009 Legislative Agenda

As Tallahassee gears up for the 2009 Legislative session, “budget” is the only game in town.  Florida faces a shortfall of $1 to $2 billion for this fiscal year, and the potential for another $4 billion shortfall as the 2009-2010 budget is crafted.  There is plenty of bad news to go around.

There is also good news.  Because we are not dependent on tax dollars, our schools will continue to provide access to education that puts Floridians to work.  And we’ll do it with minimal investment of state funds.

During 2009, FAPSC will focus on the following issues:

• Monitor the financial aid budget to prevent cuts so our students can continue their education.
• Amend the Florida Prepaid program to provide greater choice for contract holders to use their benefits at more of our institutions.
• Strengthen transfer of credit policies and opportunities for our students.
• Monitor economic development/workforce budgets to be sure our schools are included in any stimulus or retraining efforts.
• Monitor the House interim project on nursing education for recommendations and any resulting legislation.

We will provide a Legislative Update in each E-Flash, as appropriate. 

Stay tuned!

 


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