Happy Pride Month! This is the perfect time to announce NJACAC is officially starting an LGBTQ+ special interest group! Email firstname.lastname@example.org if interested or for more information.
Over 350 NJACAC members gathered at the Hard Rock in Atlantic City to "Connect, Create, & Collaborate" from May 19-21. The conference kicked off on Sunday night with the FUN FUNdraiser, raising money to benefit the NJACAC Camp College Program, serving first...
NJACAC would like to announce the winners of our elections for open positions on our board. All new executive board members will officially begin their term at the 2019 NJACAC conference (#NJACAC2019) CONGRATULATIONS to:President-ElectLaurie Sieminski, Edison High...
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Welcome to NJACAC
A Message from Carlos Cano
Welcome to the NJACAC webpage! Whether you are a current member or someone considering joining our organization, the hope is that our webpage provides you with the information and resources that you are seeking.
It is a great honor to serve you as NJACAC President for 2018-2019. The group of professionals that comprises this organization is among the most diverse that you will ever see with a wealth of knowledge and experience. The world of college admissions is constantly changing and it does so at such a quick pace but never feel like you have to rush to keep up because the NJACAC is here to provide you with the resources to keep you up-to-date on what is happening in our profession. Whether it is through our social media channels, Professional Development workshops, or our annual conference, the NJACAC strives to be at the lead of what is happening in the world of college admissions.
As we enter another year of the Coalition application, changes to the rules on how our undocumented students enter their post-secondary educational options, and always-changing world of educational policy at all levels, local, state, and national, let us continue to work together to empower each other as professionals so that we can then empower the students we work with to take on their next steps with confidence.