SECOME Recognized for its Service to Military-Affiliated Personnel
December 12, 2017
The Southeastern Council on Military Education has been awarded the Gary A. Woods Advisory Council on Military Education Award by the Council of College and Military Educators (CCME). The CCME Advisory Council on Military Education (ACME) Award is presented to an ACME in recognition of its significant contributions to the cause of military and/or veteran education. SECOME strives to promote, support, and deliver the highest quality education in their respective states/regions within all branches of the Armed Services by encouraging educational institutions to be innovative and flexible in meeting the needs of their Military & Veteran students.
Ashley Adamovage, president of SECOME, will represent the organization at the upcoming CCME symposium's award ceremony in March 2018.
SECOME to hold its first Town Hall & Workshop
June 1, 2017
The Southeastern Council on Military Education will hold the first-ever ACME Town Hall & Workshop in November 2017 at Ft. Benning in Georgia. The Town Hall & Workshop is designed to tailor to the unique needs of SECOME members within the state of Georgia; however much of the information will be applicable to any institution of higher learning. Although this is not an annual symposium, valid information will still be presented to attendees, and interactive breakout session will help institutions think strategically, and dive into unique services and programs that go beyond offering degree programs.
Transitioning Service Members that Want to Become Entrepreneurs | VetraConX Recap
May 18, 2017
Ashley Adamovage, President of the Southeastern Council on Military Education, presented at American Dream U's VetraConX, along with other field experts, to help transitioning service members as they enter into the civilian workforce or want to start their own business. Filled with personal, professional and real life experiences as a military transition advisor and military spouse, read Ashley's presentation,The Three T's: Things to Think when Transitioning.