Completing the L2L Certification
Northwest Vista College is dedicated to helping students and supporting them in their academic achievement. One way we do this is by having students build skills that will help them academically and in life. The NVC Learning to Lead program (L2L) is designed to provide FREE opportunities for NVC Students to develop and enhance personal, leadership and professional skills. Through this program, students are able to participate in both face-to-face as well as online trainings.
There are multiple steps to complete the L2L Tier 1 certification. Students are encouraged to begin working on the certification early in the semester, so as to be able to meet the deadline. Each step has more specific information s well as set deadlines for completion in the P.A.S.S. canvas course. Please refer back to the canvas module for those specific instructions. See more information about each step below.
L2L Tier I Certification Requirements:
Join L2L through the Alamo Experience portal in ACES.
Complete 10 hours of L2L trainings- through the Alamo Experience portal in ACES. There are many trainings available for you to choose that will satisfy this requirement. In addition, the interviewing advisor will provide you with recommended trainings to complete. Be sure you are only selecting trainings listed on the Events tab of the L2L portal.
Complete the L2L CareerAssessment- through the Alamo Experience portal in ACES. Directions and access are found under the L2L Events tab.
Submit a resume to be reviewed by the Career Services Advisors- you may find more information on how to submit a resume through Optimal Resume here and click on the Job Readiness tab. Resume reviews may take 5-7 business days to be completed, therefore it is not recommended you wait until the end of semester to complete.
Request an Experience transcript- in Alamo Experience under the Student tab. Be sure that your transcript shows you have completed all 10 trainings (show hosted by L2L program), and credit has been applied for the Career Assessment.
Complete the Application for Certification- log into the L2L portal, and complete the Tier 1 Certification application: You will need to upload:
Complete the application and hit submit. It may take several days to receive notification of your certification.
Submit a copy of your certification to the Academic Standards team through the PASS Canvas course as a file upload.
Each step must be completed and an Alamo Experience transcript must be requested and received prior to completing the application for certification. If you do not complete all steps as recommended, your application will be declined, and you will need to resubmit. This will delay your ability to meet the deadlines below.
All Steps must be completed by the deadline below:
Fall Deadline: December 15th
Spring Deadline: May 15th
If you need assistance completing any portion of the certification, please contact the Program Lead, Rosa Ramirez at firstname.lastname@example.org
Fore more information about the program, click here.
Academic Standards Team- email us directly at:
If you would like your questions addressed by phone, please call the Advising Call Center at (210) 486-4100.
Chat Services are available:
Monday: 2:00 pm-5:00 pm
Thursday: 9:00 am-1:00 pm
If you are unable to get a chat response, it may be due to a high volume or your request is outside of the chat service hours.
General Hours of Operation
Monday-Wednesday: 8:00 am- 6:00 pm
Thursday: 8:00 am- 7:00 pm
Friday: 8:00am-5:00 pm
1st Saturday of the Month: 9:00 am-1:00 pm
Advising Services is located in Desert Willow Welcome Center, room 202R.
The following information is for the Fall 2023:
|Part of Term||Priority Deadline||
Last Day to Petition
|Flex II 8-week||October 4th||
Students who complete all steps of the petition process by the priority deadline are guaranteed an opportunity to interview.
Absolute Last Day to Submit
Students who completed all steps after the priority deadline are reviewed on a first-come-first-served basis in order of process completion. Interview sessions are limited.
The following information is for the Spring 2024semester:
Information regarding the spring 2024 semester will be available online beginning November 1st, 2023.