Institutions can partner with CORA to make certificate programs available to small groups of educators or the entire campus community. Once an institution has partnered with CORA, participants can use a unique code to register for and access our online programs. Participants can enroll in the programs most relevant to their work. Individual learners will be provided with login credentials to access our training site. Upon completion of a course, each participant will receive a certificate of completion and earn 1.5 CEU’s.
Partner With CORA
Why to Choose CORA for Professional Development
Each program is designed to advance racial equity through an intentional focus on issues facing Black, Indigenous and People of Color. Each program is supported by decades of research and responds to the challenges students face today.
Educational Packages for Partners
Institutions can choose between small group packages that include access to 10-50 unique program registrations or make multiple programs available to the entire campus community. For partnership inquiries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Racial Equity and Education Suite
- Unconscious Bias
This program assists to denote the role that race and gender socialization have on the classroom realities of college and recognize how societal factors systematically inhibit the college readiness of some students of color.
- Racial Microaggressions
This program will define and explore the concept of racial microaggressions, highlight the influence of microaggressions on people of color in work and educational settings, and provide an overview of the three main types of microaggressions as espoused by Derald Wing Sue.
Men of Color and Education Suite
- Teaching Men of Color in the Community College
This program is designed to enhance the preparedness of faculty in the community college to facilitate success among college men of color.
- Supporting Men of Color in the Community College
This program is designed to enhance the preparedness of advisors, student service officers, and other support staff in the community college to facilitate success among college men of color.
- Teaching Boys and Young Men of Color
This program assists to identify key environmental pressures that influence the learning experiences of pre-K through high school boys and young men of color, and specifies how societal factors systematically inhibit the success of some boys and young men of color.
Anti Racist Suite
- Anti Racist Course Design
This program aims to provide educators with the tools to engage in anti-racist course design, for online and in-person modalities, by enhancing your ability to identify what racism is and isn’t, and how it is different than other types of prejudice. Participants will learn how racism affects students in the community college classroom and will gain skills around anti-racist grading, assignment development, and lesson planning in a variety of disciplines.
- Black Ally Program
One of the challenges our educational institutions are facing is attempting to address the realities of what is being referred to as the Racial Reckoning and the perceived equity gaps in student performance without proper framing or context. Participants in this multimedia, research-based professional learning experience will engage in a process of grappling with the underlying assumptions about race and identity that manifest themselves as anti-Blackness within the climate and outcomes within our institutions. Additionally, we will explore frameworks and strategies toward addressing this phenomenon that are sustainable, transformative and rooted in justice at both the individual and institutional levels.
- Supporting Students with Food and Housing Insecurities: Strategies for Faculty and Student Services Professionals
This program will explore the prevalence and impact of basic needs insecurities such as food and housing insecurities. Learners will be exposed to research around the incidence of basic needs insecurity as well as strategies and interventions to help support students in community college with basic needs insecurity.
Programs are developed by Nationally recognized experts in the field with over a hundred published articles and decades of research on Equity in education.