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The College Board’s Associational Structure. New Council and Committee Member Orientation February 7, 2006. A Bright Idea. 1900 12 colleges in the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges founded the College Entrance Examination Board Goals

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the college board s associational structure

The College Board’sAssociational Structure

New Council and Committee

Member Orientation

February 7, 2006

a bright idea
A Bright Idea
  • 1900
  • 12 colleges in the Middle States Association of Schools and Colleges founded the College Entrance Examination Board
  • Goals
    • To bring order to the college admission process
    • To increase access to higher education
today
Today
  • 2006
  • 5,000 member institutions
  • Mission

The College Board’s mission is to connect students to college success and opportunity.

We are a not-for-profit membership organization committed to excellence and equity in education.

who the delegates are
Who the Delegates Are

School CounselorsEnrollment Managers TeachersAdmission Directors Deans

FACULTYResearchersVice Presidents for Student AffairsPrincipals

Assessment Directors Financial Aid Officers Provosts

FOUNDATION LEADERS Directors of Guidance Superintendents District Curriculum Coordinators

Associate Directors of Admission Placement Officers PRESIDENTS Supervisors of Counseling

DEPARTMENT CHAIRS Program OfficersOutreach Counselors State Education Agency Staff

how the association is organized
How the Association is Organized
  • Institutional members designate 3 delegates, 1 to each of the three national assemblies

Guidance andAdmission

Academic

College Scholarship Service

role of the new england regional council
Role of the New England Regional Council
  • Advise the Vice President of the New England Regional Office on matters related to College Board programs and services, and assist the Vice President in setting priorities within the region
  • Establish standing committees as may be necessary for the conduct of the business of the Assembly
  • Prepare the agenda for the Annual Meeting of the Members of the New England Regional Assembly
  • Take any actions between annual business meetings which are appropriate to achieve the objectives of the Regional Assembly
  • Review the regional governance plan and its operation once every three years and propose revisions as needed
  • Participate in two council meetings per year, the Regional Forum, and the Regional Forum Program Planning Committee
  • Nominate candidates for regional and national positions
  • Identify recipients for assembly awards
    • Assembly Recognition Award
    • Dr. Carlene Riccelli Leadership Award
role of the financial aid division advisory committee fadac
Role of the Financial Aid Division Advisory Committee (FADAC)
  • Provide a forum for the consideration of policies, practices, and programs designed to help students and families to prepare to meet the costs of postsecondary education
  • Support institutions, agencies and organizations in the equitable and efficient administration of student financial aid programs
  • Participate in two FADAC meetings, the Regional Forum, and the Regional Forum Program Planning Committee
  • Identify recipient of the Jolene G. Mitchell Service Award
role of the academic division advisory committee adac
Role of the Academic Division Advisory Committee (ADAC)
  • Provide a forum for the consideration of policies, practices, and programs designed to advance student achievement and articulation among academics across K-16
  • Participate in two ADAC meetings, the Regional Forum, and the Regional Forum Program Planning Committee
regional forum program planning committee
Regional ForumProgram Planning Committee
  • Comprised of Regional Council, FADAC, and ADAC members as well as others who are interested in participating
  • Plan the New England Regional Forum
  • Develop, organize presenters, and moderate Regional Forum sessions
  • Identify Sunday’s opening session and Tuesday’s plenary session themes and speakers
  • Participate in two spring planning meetings
where we connect
Where We Connect
  • 46th Summer Institute on College Admissions
    • June 18-23, 2006 – Harvard University
  • AP Annual Conference
    • July 12-16, 2006 – Walt Disney World Swan & Dolphin, Orlando
  • Financial Aid Institute
    • July 23-28, 2006 – Burlington, MA Marriott
  • 2006 Forum
    • November 9-12 – San Diego
  • 2007 New England Regional Forum
    • February 11-13 – Boston Marriott Copley Place Hotel
  • Professional Development Workshops
  • E-mail and Web
contact us
New England Regional Office

470 Totten Pond Road

Waltham, MA 02451

Phone: 781-663-2700

Fax: 781-663-2743

http://www.collegeboard.com/about/association/regional/newengland/newengland

Contact us . . .
nero staff
Arthur Doyle, Vice President

Jeannette Brown, Director of Operations

Michaela Hansen, Administrative Associate

Higher Education Services

James Slattery, Chief Educational Manager

Kay Reynolds Dietrich, Educational Manager

Julie Shields-Rutyna, Educational Manager

Reis Hagerman, Solutions Manager

Rosalie Curcio, Sr. Educational Associate

NERO Staff

K-12 Services

  • Jesus Jara, Sr. Educational Manager
  • David Adams, Educational Manager
  • Paulo Zina, Educational Manager
  • Michael Marchionda, Solutions Manager
  • Heather Clarke, Meeting Planner
  • Sarah Hershberger, Sr. Educational Associate
  • Gloria McMenimen, Educational Associate
  • Amanda Francis, Educational Associate

Consultants