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The mission of NACCTEP is to support the community college role in the recruitment, preparation, retention, and renewal of diverse early childhood and K-12 teachers and to advance quality teacher education programs in the community college. NACCTEP provides connections and resources among community college professionals and promotes programs, services, and activities that enhance the role and effectiveness of teacher education programs.
 
As a NACCTEP member, you will have the opportunity to be at the forefront of change, by advocating and promoting the role of community colleges in teacher education at your campus and nationally.
 
Join this exciting and important Association today and help guide the future of community college teacher education programs.
 
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Download the Join Today document here.
 
 
Member benefits include:
 

Quarterly Online Newsletters: NACCTEP produces quarterly newsletters that include a compilation of news regarding membership, upcoming events, community college spotlights, and current educational issues.
 
Bi-Monthly Policy Briefs: NACCTEP Policy Briefs provide a synthesis of the most up-to-date national information specifically affecting community college teacher education programs.
 
National Scholarships Program: NACCTEP provides financial assistance for teacher education students from member colleges.
 
Comprehensive Website: Members have exclusive access to member-only features on the NACCTEP website.
 
Networking Opportunities: Members have opportunities to communicate with other teacher education professionals from across the country.
 
Executive Board Involvement: Members have opportunities to nominate, vote, and participate on the NACCTEP Board.
 
National Lobbying Efforts: NACCTEP advocates on behalf of community college teacher education programs nationally.
 
Discount Conference Fees: Members receive a registration discount for the annual NACCTEP conference.
 
Ambassador Program: Represent NACCTEP locally and/or regionally and provide a communication link between Board members and member states.