IDEA Committee | ECTC

IDEA Committee

Serving ECTC Students

The Inclusivity, Diversity and Equity Advisory (IDEA) Committee assists with recruiting, retaining, and aiding in the graduation of underrepresented minority and low-income students. The committee creates community connections that support student success, campus-wide diversity education and community events. The IDEA Committee also assists with cultural events that increase student, faculty and staff cultural competency and create a welcoming and inclusive campus environment.  

The IDEA Committee’s three subcommittees — Opportunity, Success and Impact — respectively ensure that underrepresented minority and low-income students have opportunities and find success ECTC and that the IDEA Committee has a positive impact on campus and in the community by spreading inclusivity, diversity and equity.

Join us!

New staff and student committee members are welcome. Those interested in joining the positive, forward-thinking efforts of the IDEA Committee can email Chair Emma Coakley at

The committee assists with the planning of cultural events that increase student, faculty, and staff cultural competency and create a welcoming and inclusive campus environment and community. The IDEA Committee assists with the development of programming and initiatives at ECTC that increase minority and low income student success. The committee also plans events for other underrepresented populations on campus.

May is Jewish American Heritage Month!

May 4, 2022, 10:00 a.m. - 11:15 a.m. in Microsoft Teams Meeting

Rabbi Robert B. SlosbergElizabethtown Community and Technical College’s Office of Cultural Diversity is pleased to celebrate the month by hosting Rabbi Robert B. Slosberg. Rabbi Robert B. Slosberg has served as spiritual leader of Congregation Adath Jeshurun (AJ) in Louisville, Kentucky, since his rabbinic ordination in 1981. He quickly became involved in a wide variety of local and national organizations. Over the years he has instituted innovative services and programs in congregational life. This virtual presentation (Microsoft Teams Link found below) will help our campus learn about Jewish Americans’ history, culture, and contributions. The presentation will end with a question and answer portion.

To learn more about Jewish American Heritage Month visit: 

Microsoft Teams meeting 
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+1 859-286-5834,,268674687#   United States, Lexington 
Phone Conference ID: 268 674 687#