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Kennamer, Michael A.; Campbell, J. David – Techniques: Connecting Education and Careers (J1), 2011
In 2009, "Community College Week" named Northeast Alabama Community College (NACC) one of the fastest growing community colleges in America. In the early 2000s, the college, which is located in the rural Appalachian region of Alabama, had begun efforts to increase enrollment. These efforts included providing online registration, online…
Descriptors: Community Colleges, Adult Learning, Adult Students, Educational Opportunities
Acker, Jon Charles; Hughes, William W.; Fendley, William R., Jr. – Online Submission, 2004
Alabama's primary competitor in recruiting is in-state rival Auburn University which lures away roughly one in eight of UA's admitted students. Two factors stand above all others in attracting students to UA--academic reputation and social activities reputation. Factors following distantly are a visit to the UA campus, financial assistance and the…
Descriptors: College Bound Students, College Choice, Student Recruitment, Enrollment Management
Ohio State Univ., Columbus. Cooperative Extension Service. – 1989
This proceeding includes 27 papers: "Tools to Support Information Delivery" (Miller); "Present Trends in European Agricultural Advisory Services" (Nitsch); "The Look of Extension in the Future" (Boyle); "Assessing Needs for Organizational Development, Staff Development, and Management during Periods of…
Descriptors: Adult Education, Disadvantaged, Extension Agents, Extension Education
Williams, Harold H.; Trussell, S. Tracy – Marketing Educators' Journal, 1986
A longitudinal survey of 100 Alabama distributive education graduates from the class of 1972 covered employment status, earnings, and relationship of training to current job. Findings indicate that over 89 percent of graduates were employed full time in 1982 and over 71 percent had jobs related to their training. (CH)
Descriptors: Distributive Education, Employment Level, Longitudinal Studies, Marketing