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July Member Webinar: California Community College Maker Leads Ecosystem Mapping
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Amy Schulz, Special Projects Consultant for NACCE, recently published an article in NACCE's quarterly journal, Community College Entrepreneurship, entitled, "California Community College Maker Leads Ecosystem Mapping". In this one-hour webinar, she will be taking a deeper dive into this engaging piece. REGISTER HERE: https://attendee.gotowebinar.com/register/4724386343156603650

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When: Thursday, July 27th
3-4 PM EST
Where: United States
Contact: NACCE Office
413.306.3131

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Amy Schulz, Special Projects Consultant for NACCE, recently published an article in NACCE's quarterly journal, Community College Entrepreneurship, entitled, "California Community College Maker Leads Ecosystem Mapping". In this one-hour webinar, she will be taking a deeper dive into this engaging piece.

To read the article, please visit www.nacce.com/?page=JournalPage to download the journal. Her article is on page 16. (Please note: NACCE members must be logged into their NACCE account toview the full journal.)

Amy will share the following insights from the CCC Maker project:
• How platforms and ecosystems are transforming education during rapid technological and economic changes
• How to identify partners from diverse ecosystems, including entrepreneurial, innovation, workforce, and internal ecosystems
• Start your own ecosystem map using the open source (FREE) Kumu online software

The CCC Maker project is a California statewide pilot to integrate makerspaces into an interdisciplinary curriculum at community colleges. Robust ecosystems and partner relationships allow community college makerspace expertise and material support beyond the traditional college walls.

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BIO:

Amy B. Schulz has centered her career around empowering people to find purpose and meaning while being active participants in a shifting economy. Her various roles within institutions of higher education reflect this commitment to social justice through economic empowerment for all.

As an education and workforce systems consultant, Amy’s passion projects include co-creating and facilitating the New World of Work which houses innovative entrepreneurship and workforce development programs, inspiring other educators to share an entrepreneurial mindset through her work with NACCE, coaching educators to innovate through ecosystem development in the CCC Maker Initiative, and co-creating the future of global education as a member of Protopia Labs.in their l

Through her work on the Uganda Development Initiative board, Amy facilitates educational exchanges and global partnerships. True global development occurs when communities are empowered to grow through their own infrastructure, including education and entrepreneurial support.

Amy is currently pursuing a PhD in Organizational Systems from Saybrook University. Her research interest is in how work trends influenced by automation, artificial intelligence, and globalization impact how the education system should evolve to prepare learners to thrive in an age of uncertainty. Amy holds an MBA from University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley and a Bachelor’s of Arts in Economics from UC Davis.

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