There are leadership opportunities available through OCAN membership. The work of OCAN is guided by a Member Advisory Council made up of individuals committed to maintaining and building momentum throughout the state regarding college and career readiness and success.
The main goals of the Member Advisory Council (MAC) are to:
- Represent the needs of Network Members in your region at the statewide MAC
- Be a catalyst for collaborations across your respective region
- Be the conduit for sharing of best practices
- Provide guidance and counsel to the Network’s Board of Directors
- Help continue to shape the MAC
To this end, specific responsibilities of MAC representatives will be to:
- Attend four quarterly meetings a year held in Columbus, Ohio
- Work closely with OCAN staff and other Network Members within your region to host quarterly trainings, meetings and other types of gatherings to foster sharing, collaborations and partnerships
- Build the Network of stakeholders interested in access and success by encouraging them to become a part of the OCAN movement
Terms are limited to two years. Individuals wishing to apply to become a member of MAC can contact Bridget McFadden at firstname.lastname@example.org.