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Educational Equity Advocate Application
Thank you for your interest in JSPAC. Please complete the form.

The Educational equity advocate role and responsibilities is active rather than a passive one and the process of advocating under the following objectives to be an advocate:
Understands the Mission
Actively participate in meetings and contribute to discussions
Serve as an internal and external linkage to further the mission of JSPAC within their region, institution, organization
Express ideas, provides input from their regional, school, organization, institution for which they belong as it relates to special population to include data needs and outcomes, challenges, and strategies

The Educational Equity Advocate is an equal partner in the advocate process. As an advocate you are ultimately responsible for your responsibilities. The expectation of responsibilities of an advocate is to:
Focus on equity through funding opportunities
Promote career exploration programs
Advocate for procedures and programs that consider equity and engagement of all students
Identify opportunity gaps for the design of professional learning or technical assistance
Review equitable practices for at risk students
Advance collaboration and infrastructure in place to support students

To verify vacancies go to If applying for membership and there are no openings, we encourage you to submit an application  for a *Supporting Member position until there is a vacancy in  your region for K-12 or Community College. Supporting Member positions do not receive travel reimbursements to attend  face-to-face meetings and conference nor is it mandated for this position to attend meetings or conference. NOTE:  All advisory members and supporting members must register for each meeting and events hosted by JSPAC if planning to attend.  All hosted events by JSPAC is no cost to advisory and supporting members. JSPAC meetings schedule is at

Advisory Members terms of appointment is usually three year terms.
*Supporting Member positions are volunteers, therefore terms of service is not required.
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Date *
First and Last Name *
Check Term Appointment *
Please select member type *
Please select (one) the organization you represent. *
Select your Region (If you are representing K-Adult Ed choose the CCSESA and check the CCSESA map. If you are Community College, choose regional consortia, If you are an organization  choose other) *
Ethnicity *
Discipline - Please select one *
Employer *
Employer Address, City, State, Zip Code *
Phone Number *
Email Address *
What knowledge and experience do you bring to JSPAC in relation to supporting or implementing educational equity for special populations students define by Perkins V? *
How will you communicate the activities, events and information from JSPAC  to your region? *
POST COVID-19, JSPAC meetings will be virtually (Fall- September, November,  December, Spring Feb, April) . JSPAC may meet in person (June 2022).  JSPAC  host a statewide  equity conference (December that will virtual).   JSPAC Advisory and Supporting members attend webinars and equity conference at no cost. JSPAC provides funding for travel reimbursements for voting  members.  If applying for Supporting Member positions please be sure to check if you have funding to attend the meetings and conference.
Once you have been appointed to the committee as a member or "Supporting Member" position,  an email  will be sent to your supervisor describing the committee and your position.
Supervisor Name, Title (may not be applicable to Private/Public Sector)
Supervisor's Organization, Address and Email  (may not be applicable to Private/Public Sector)
Thank you for your interest.   What is your expectation of JSPAC for your region. Please describe.
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