MCEC provides support to military-connected students through peer-to-peer mentoring programs, the Frances Hesselbein Student leadership Program, student-focused webinars, and our Student Advisory Council.
Student 2 Student® (S2S™)
Student-led and faculty-advised program with the mission to take care of new students.
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Hidden Helpers Student Leadership Program
Established to help youth in caregiving roles increase leadership knowledge and skills to help them prepare for their lives after high school.
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Frances Hesselbein Student Leadership Program
Outstanding students from MCEC Student 2 Student Program learn leadership skills to take back and teach their fellow S2S members to improve and sustain their local S2S program.
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Student Focused Webinars
Aimed to directly engage and impact military-connected students and those who mentor and support them
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Student Advisory Council
The Student Advisory Council (SAC) is a group of young leaders who are committed to the mission of MCEC and provide a youth perspective and assist MCEC in reaching its full potential.
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Here are Programs available and designed for military-connected students.
Secondary Education Transition Study (SETS) The United States Army Community and Family Support Center (CFSC) asked the Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) to conduct a study of the impact of high school transitions for the military-connected student. The results of the Secondary Education Transition Study (SETS) are set forth in this report, along with the ancillary publications, under the provisions of Contract DASW01-99-M-0774. All opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendation expressed in this report, as well as in the ancillary publications, are those of the MCEC's senior researcher team and do not necessarily reflect the views of the United States Army.Read More
Military Child Education Coalition (MCEC) announced a change in its Board of Directors, with retired Navy Admiral Cecil D. Haney replacing retired Air Force General William M. Fraser III as Chair. Admiral Haney assumes his position on July 17, 2020.Read More