SLCC Adult Education Manager Selected for COABE Fellowship Program

Connor Chauveaux, manager of Adult Education at South Louisiana Community College, is Louisiana’s 2021 State Advocate for Adult Education Fellows.

Posted: Mar 12, 2021 2:29 PM
Updated: Mar 12, 2021 2:30 PM

LAFAYETTE — Connor Chauveaux, manager of Adult Education at South Louisiana Community College, is Louisiana’s 2021 State Advocate for Adult Education Fellows. The Coalition on Adult Basic Education’s State Advocacy Fellowship focuses on the development of leadership, advocacy skills, research capacity, and network of influence for adult educators, educational staff, and/or administrators.

The purpose of this fellowship is to help build a robust network of leaders and advocates focused on the advancement of adult literacy across the country.

During the part-time, year-long fellowship, fellows will engage in national and regional policy discussions and join a growing number of peers dedicated to building advocacy. The COABE State Advocacy Fellowship comprises a series of federal- and state-related training sessions focused on building advocacy and leadership skills.

“I am thrilled for the 2021 SAAEF Fellows as they spend the next year learning how to become better advocates for adult education across the country and better leaders, with the ultimate goal of providing the best adult education systems for our students. We are mindful that legislators do not make policy, the stories of our students and our teachers do,” says Jeffrey Abramowitz, Chair of the SAAEF Fellowship Program.

For more information about the SAAEF program, visit https://coabe.org/legislative-center/state-advocates-for-adult-education-fellowship/.

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