Regional Workshops

Our team provides workshops to help college access champions build good systems around College Bound sign-ups for the scholarship and support all students on their way to college.  Workshop topics include building a college-going culture, family engagement in schools, FAFSA and financial aid support, and strategies to support the high school to college transition. Check here for information on our workshops happening within communities around Washington.

“There’s a workshop for that!” How to utilize data and statewide resources to support or implement a postsecondary enrollment action plan in your school.

This workshop will guide participants through the available resources, tools, and data, that will help them to improve the college readiness services they provide. Participants will collaborate with each other to identify strategies for developing teams across content areas and grade levels and by the end of the workshop they will leave with an actionable and measurable post-secondary support plan. This workshop will be facilitated by staff from OSPI, WSAC, and WCAN. An optional in-depth College Bound workshop will be provided immediately after the workshop. Clock hours and light refreshments will be provided.

Check-in and light refreshments start at 8:30 a.m.
Workshop will start at 9 a.m.
*Optional College Bound Workshop will start at noon

Workshop dates and locations:





Olympic College - Bremerton

1600 Chester Ave.
Bremerton, WA  98337

 Monday, March 6

North East

Gonzaga University - Hemmingson Center 

502 E. Boone Avenue
Spokane, WA  7202

 Monday, March 13 

South Central

Heritage University

3240 Fort Road
Toppenish, WA  98948

 Monday, March 20

North Central

Wenatchee Valley College

1300 Fifth Street
Wenatchee, WA  98801

 Tuesday, March 21

North West

Everett School District - Administration Building 

3900 Broadway
Everett, WA 98201

 Thursday, March 23 

South East

Columbia Basin College - Pasco Campus
Gjerde Center

2600 N. 20th Ave.
Pasco, WA  99301

 Tuesday, March 28 

South West

Washington State University - Vancouver

14204 NE Salmon Creek Ave.
Vancouver, WA  98686

 Wednesday, March 29 

South Puget Sound 

Saint Martin's University

5000 Abbey Way SE
Lacey, WA  98503

 Thursday, March 30

King County

Renton Technical College

3000 NE 4th St.
Renton, WA 98056

 Friday, March 31

March Regional Trainings


2016-2017 CAMPAIGNS

College Bound Repledge
February 2017

  • Inspiring 9th grade students to recommit to the College Bound Scholarship pledge
  • Targeted effort to support College Bound Scholarship students transition from middle to high school
  • Providing an opportunity to talk to College Bound Scholarship students about pledge requirements and pathway options


For the last couple of months you may have spoken to one of our College Bound Regional Officers about the College Bound Repledge Campaign taking place throughout the month of February. The College Bound Repledge Campaign is an opportunity to re-engage and remind College Bound Scholarship 9th graders about the pledge requirements and the commitment that the scholarship provides. Now, we are asking YOU to participate in our "Day of Action" by encouraging you to show your support for College Bound students and post on social media. Tag @W_CAN on twitter or @_wcan_ on instagram and use the #WeAreCollegeBound hashtag in your posts. We will make sure to share and retweet. Thank you for your support!

Repledge Day of Action Toolkit

Social Media Signs

"I Want" Fill In the Blank (8.5x11)

"I Pledge" Fill In the Blank (8.5x11)


College Signing Celebrations
May 2017

  • Signing Celebrations highlight ALL students making the commitment to pursue education beyond high school
  • Inspire underclassmen to envision their "College Signing Celebration" moment
  • Potential activities include - all school assemblies, senior sessions, special advisory period, award assemblies, certificate, photo booths, college door decoration contests, etc.

Statewide Convenings

WCAN provides and supports opportunities to bring practitioners together to develop statewide strategies surrounding college access and completion. Check back here for updates on the next meeting.


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