C3 2023 Summer Summit | Back in Action!

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C3 2023 Summer Summit | Back in Action!

C3's 2023 Summer Summit | Back in Action! is all about mobilizing career and college readiness (CCR) supports for students.

By C3 | Career College Collaboration

When and where

Date and time

August 3 · 9am - August 4 · 2pm PDT


Western Oregon University 345 Monmouth Avenue North Monmouth, OR 97361

Refund Policy

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About this event

  • 1 day 5 hours
  • Mobile eTicket

Photo Credit:Jeff McNeill, Week@WOU: Capturing Western's Campus


Registration begins @ 7:30 am. Breakfast is from 7:30 am - 8:45 am. First session kicks off at 9:00 am.

We are currently in the process of choosing conference workshops and will provide more information soon. What you can expect:

  1. Variety of sessions covering career and college readiness topics from around the state.
  2. Networking Time
  3. Action Planning
  4. Good Food!


C3 statewide and C3 regional teams work together to expand career and college readiness (CCR) supports and information throughout the state. Gather up your CCR colleagues and come as a team. If you haven't started your C3 regional team, no problem! We will provide plenty of networking time to meet others from your region doing this important work.


  • $150 Ticket: For those paying with a credit card.
  • "Free" Tickets: For those who need to pay via check, PO, or need to request a scholarship. If you choose a "free" ticket, we will reach out to you via email for payment.


  1. Residence Hall Suites include quads with 4 single rooms, 2 bathrooms and a common living area. Linens are provided. Please reach out with any questions regarding accommodations.
  2. Hotel rooms are available on a limited basis.

About the organizer

The Career College Collaborative (C3) works to mobilize counselors, building administrators, and youth advisors to accelerate Oregon's progress toward two of our state's most ambitious goals--100% high school graduation and 80% postsecondary completion. We believe that when these key adults are coordinated and equipped to engage all students, especially low-income students, on viable pathways to postsecondary and career opportunities, Oregon’s graduation rates will soar.