Josh See earned his bachelor of arts degree in Social Sciences with an emphasis in History from the University of North Texas in 2007. After graduation, he moved to Colorado and taught one year of middle school Language Arts and Social Studies at Globe Charter School in Colorado Springs. In 2009 Josh began work as a Para-professional and tutor at Colorado Early Colleges in Colorado Springs. Along with his Para-professional and tutoring duties at CEC Colorado Springs, Josh taught American and World History as well as the implementation of the Geography courses still in use at the school today. While an instructor there, Josh earned his Master’s degree in Geographic Education from Arizona State University in 2011. In 2012, Josh made the transition to Colorado Early Colleges Fort Collins to become the Director of Academic and Career Advising for the inaugural student body of 210 students. Josh was one of four CEC Colorado Springs staff members to make the move to start Colorado Early Colleges Fort Collins. He is starting his 9th year as a part of the Colorado Early Colleges Network of schools. He is a current representative on the executive board of the Colorado Council on High School and College Relations (CCHS/CR), a member of NACADA (National Academic Advising Association) and volunteers for the Colorado/Wyoming branch of NACADA (COWY). Josh has led seminars and presentations at various concurrent enrollment and academic advising conferences in addition to his role at CEC Fort Collins. He leads a team of dedicated and extremely knowledgeable career cluster advisors that are vital to fostering success in and every student.