Legislative appointments deadline extednded to Monday, February13.
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Just as Sacramento is the focal point for State legislative activity, FACCC’s Advocacy & Policy Conference is the centerpiece of policy, information, and advocacy for community college faculty. This is the place where you’ll receive the most up-to-date information on budget, legislative and retirement issues, and where you’ll translate that knowledge into action. We’re going to sharpen your skills, challenge your comfort zone, and connect you with other faculty in community colleges.
The Veterans Summit is designed to share information and best practices for faculty, administrators and staff who work with student veterans on California Community College, California State University, and University of California campuses.Find out more »
United Faculty of the Contra Costa Community College District and the Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Education Institute are hosting a full-day conference on Friday, March 17 at Diablo Valley College, Pleasant Hill Campus. This is your opportunity to hear experts on retirement, health benefits, social security and more for both full-time and part-time faculty. We look forward to seeing you!Find out more »
Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Education Institute is proud to present its second Annual Counselor Conference, providing counselors with tools to better serve their students.The Equity Minded Counselor Conference focuses on the role counselors play in the student equity initiative and provides information oFind out more »
California Great Teachers Seminar is a profoundly simple and powerful experience for learning and growth in the art of teaching. David Gottshall, founder of the National Great Teachers Seminar will lead the seminar. He is assisted by past participants who serve as small group facilitators.
All full and part-time faculty, counselors, and librarians are encouraged to attend.Find out more »