JB Pritzker, Governor, State of Illinois

ISAC Communiqué

Volume 32, Number 6C
December 2022

Messages sent to: Multiple Subscription Groups
  ISAC Communiqué

Welcome to the December 2022 ISAC Communiqué, which is a compilation of e-Messages sent through ISAC's e-Messaging service throughout December.

The articles in this electronic Communiqué have been organized according to the Counselor subscription groups to which the messages were distributed.


Questions regarding information in this electronic Communiqué can be directed to School Services at 866.247.2172 or at ISAC.schoolservices@illinois.gov. On occasion, you may be directed to a specific contact person or area; when this occurs, we will provide the appropriate information in the individual article or message.


10th Annual Illinois Education and Career Success Network Conference
Sent to Principals/Superintendents/Administrators and High School Counselors/Teachers on December 15, 2022.

March 8, 2023 | 8 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
Moraine Valley Community College, Palos Hills, Illinois

Register Today!

Success Network Conference: Accelerating Equitable Success

Please join us and register today to attend the tenth annual Illinois Education and Career Success Network Conference. This one day conference will deliver an array of high-quality content and interactive opportunities centered on advancing equitable postsecondary attainment. Join us in person as we celebrate our tenth anniversary as a Network, honoring the work our Leadership Communities have accomplished this past decade and looking toward a shared vision for the future. The conference admission fee is $35. Learn more about the conference and view the preliminary agenda on the conference website.

Keynote Speaker: Dr. Amy Loyd

Amy Loyd, Ed.L.D. is the Assistant Secretary for the Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education at the U.S. Department of Education and oversees national programs related to career and technical education, community colleges, adult education and literacy, and correctional education. Visit the conference website to learn more about Dr. Loyd's career and to register for the conference.

10th Anniversary Celebration

Conference attendees are invited to join us for a special reception in honor of our tenth anniversary on Tuesday, March 7, 2023, at 5 p.m. at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Lawn. Hors d'oeuvres will be served. Reservations are required; there is no additional cost for conference attendees.

Hotel Room Block

Limited hotel rooms are available at the Hilton Chicago/Oak Lawn. We encourage you to reserve your room today to secure the discounted rate. The group code is ESCNIU.

The Illinois Education and Career Success Network (formerly the Illinois 60 by 2025 Network) is a growing network of communities in Illinois that are committed to advancing equitable postsecondary attainment. The Network was launched and is organized by: Advance Illinois, Education Systems Center at Northern Illinois University (EdSystems), and the Illinois Student Assistance Commission (ISAC).

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November 2022 ISAC Communiqué
Sent on December 1, 2022.

The November 2022 edition of the ISAC Communiqué is now available for your review, and may be accessed via the Partner e-Messages & Newsletters section of the e-Library for Partners at isac.org. This electronic version of ISAC's newsletter is a compilation of information provided to Counselor partners via ISAC's e-Messaging service over the past month.

Topics covered in the November 2022 ISAC Communiqué include:

  • 2023-24 State Scholars Announced
    (sent November 22, 2022)
  • 2023-24 Financial Aid Application Completion Initiative
    (sent November 14, 2022)
  • October 2022 ISAC Communiqué
    (sent November 1, 2022)

Encourage Your Colleagues to Sign Up for e-Messaging

ISAC's e-Messaging service is our primary means of communicating information to Counselor partners.

Encourage your colleagues who have not done so to subscribe through the Counselors e-Messaging sign-up page at isac.org today, so that they won't miss future announcements or updates from ISAC.

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