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California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Fall 2017 Workshops

 

General Information: 

California Community Colleges Guided Pathways is a multi-year program of the Chancellor’s Office designed to provide each college with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways as an overarching framework for significantly improving student outcomes.
The State of California’s 2017–18 budget includes a one-time investment of $150 million to support the implementation of the Guided Pathways framework at all 114 California community colleges.  The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is sponsoring one-day workshops to help colleges implement the Guided Pathways framework.  This six-hour workshop will be offered in nine locations across California (see below)  September to November 2017, and will serve as a mandatory first step for any California community college interested in receiving a portion of these funds.  Attendees will hear from early adopters about their experience implementing Guided Pathways; learn about the Guided Pathways framework, implementation timeline, and funding and reporting details; and be provided support to complete their Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Tool.

 

Schedule and Cost: 

Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration is at 8:00 am; the program runs from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  The registration fee to attend is $75.
 

Who Should Attend? 

Colleges wishing to participate in California Community Colleges Guided Pathways and be eligible for a share of the $150 million must send a team of 4–5 people (no more than 10) that includes CEO, CIO and middle-level instructional leaders, the Vice President of Student Services, Student Services deans/counselors, classified staff, and faculty senate and student representatives (e.g., Student Senate member).  Each team should bring at least one laptop with them.
 
Recommended pre-workshop readings and templates will be loaded and linked in the resources section September 2017.  Colleges are advised to complete the pre-workshop assignments.
 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.
 

Resources

 Pre-Workshop Material (link)  

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges (pdf) (ppt)
Welcome Colleges (pdf) (ppt)

Oct
20

San Bernardino: DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel San Bernardino, 285 E Hospitality Ln, San Bernardino, CA 92408, USA

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California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Fall 2017 Workshops

 

General Information: 

California Community Colleges Guided Pathways is a multi-year program of the Chancellor’s Office designed to provide each college with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways as an overarching framework for significantly improving student outcomes.
The State of California’s 2017–18 budget includes a one-time investment of $150 million to support the implementation of the Guided Pathways framework at all 114 California community colleges.  The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is sponsoring one-day workshops to help colleges implement the Guided Pathways framework.  This six-hour workshop will be offered in nine locations across California (see below)  September to November 2017, and will serve as a mandatory first step for any California community college interested in receiving a portion of these funds.  Attendees will hear from early adopters about their experience implementing Guided Pathways; learn about the Guided Pathways framework, implementation timeline, and funding and reporting details; and be provided support to complete their Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Tool.

 

Schedule and Cost: 

Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration is at 8:00 am; the program runs from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  The registration fee to attend is $75.
 

Who Should Attend? 

Colleges wishing to participate in California Community Colleges Guided Pathways and be eligible for a share of the $150 million must send a team of 4–5 people (no more than 10) that includes CEO, CIO and middle-level instructional leaders, the Vice President of Student Services, Student Services deans/counselors, classified staff, and faculty senate and student representatives (e.g., Student Senate member).  Each team should bring at least one laptop with them.

 

Recommended pre-workshop readings and templates will be loaded and linked in the resources section September 2017.  Colleges are advised to complete the pre-workshop assignments.

 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

Pre-Workshop Material (link)   

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges (pdf) (ppt)
Welcome Colleges (pdf) (ppt)
 

Oct
17

Los Angeles: Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE, 901 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

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California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Fall 2017 Workshops

 

General Information: 

California Community Colleges Guided Pathways is a multi-year program of the Chancellor’s Office designed to provide each college with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways as an overarching framework for significantly improving student outcomes.
The State of California’s 2017–18 budget includes a one-time investment of $150 million to support the implementation of the Guided Pathways framework at all 114 California community colleges.  The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is sponsoring one-day workshops to help colleges implement the Guided Pathways framework.  This six-hour workshop will be offered in nine locations across California (see below)  September to November 2017, and will serve as a mandatory first step for any California community college interested in receiving a portion of these funds.  Attendees will hear from early adopters about their experience implementing Guided Pathways; learn about the Guided Pathways framework, implementation timeline, and funding and reporting details; and be provided support to complete their Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Tool.

 

Schedule and Cost: 

Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration is at 8:00 am; the program runs from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  The registration fee to attend is $75.
 

Who Should Attend? 

Colleges wishing to participate in California Community Colleges Guided Pathways and be eligible for a share of the $150 million must send a team of 4–5 people (no more than 10) that includes CEO, CIO and middle-level instructional leaders, the Vice President of Student Services, Student Services deans/counselors, classified staff, and faculty senate and student representatives (e.g., Student Senate member).  Each team should bring at least one laptop with them.
 
Recommended pre-workshop readings and templates will be loaded and linked in the resources section September 2017.  Colleges are advised to complete the pre-workshop assignments.
 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.
 

Resources

Pre-Workshop Material (link)

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges (pdf) (ppt)
Welcome Colleges (pdf) (ppt)   

Oct
16

Los Angeles: Courtyard by Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE, 901 W Olympic Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90015

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General Information

This 4-hour post-conference workshop will be held on the final day of the Strengthening Student Success Conference. Lunch is included.
 
Disaggregating data is a powerful step toward equitable outcomes, revealing differential effects among student populations. However, students have complex lives; their identities don’t fit neatly into one box or another. Students wouldn’t describe themselves solely by one demographic characteristic; ethnicity, gender, age, and program of study are all part of who they are. Deeper analysis of student data through multivariate analysis can provide a way to understand patterns of need and program effect among sub-populations such as men of color, older returning veterans, and Latina women in STEM pathways. This workshop will cover data sources, data tools, methods of analysis, and story development. If you come to this workshop with your campus data, you can learn to create data-driven stories that reflect the complexity of our student populations and that address the need to monitor students' progress along their academic pathways.
 

Schedule/Registration/Cost

The workshops will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. with check-in from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $75 per-person registration fee to attend. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.
 

Who Should Attend?

Cross-functional teams including practitioners and researchers interested in Data Disaggregation are encouraged.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: The Art and Heart of Data Disaggregation: Exploring Students’ Complex Identities (pdf) (doc

Presentations and Materials:

Coming soon!

Oct
13

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
1333 Bayshore Hwy
Burlingame, CA 94010

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General Information

Noncredit education is growing in California Community Colleges. Faculty, administration, and staff need resources to plan, develop and grow their services, instructional programs, and operations to support student success. This two-day conference will provide information related to best practices in instruction, student services, institutional effectiveness and research, and policy, finance, and administration.  San Diego Continuing Education will present the 2017 Noncredit Report findings during a general session on the first day. During team time, colleges will have the opportunity to discuss an optimal organizational structure appropriate for their individual cultures. 
Both days include breakfast and lunch, and a welcome reception follows the first day’s program.
 

Schedule/Registration/Cost

The workshop opens with registration at 8:30 am, October 6, and concludes at 2:15pm, October 7. The registration fee is $125.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team of up to 8 from instruction, student services, research and planning, business services, and administration. Suggested team members include credit and noncredit faculty; counselors; curriculum chairs; and representatives from admissions and records, finance and accounting, institutional research and planning, student equity, student success and support, and Adult Education and Strong Workforce programs.
 

Proposals

Proposals for presentations are being accepted through August 22, 2017. The link to submit your proposal is http://bit.ly/2ujkXfV  
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.
 

Resources

Flyer - The New World of Noncredit: Building and Expanding Programs in Community Colleges (pdf) (doc)

Agenda (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

The Past, Present, and Future of NoncreditEducation in California Community Colleges (pdf)

Association of Continuing and Community Education (pdf) (ppt)

AEBG Update (pdf) (ppt)

Chancellor’s office Statewide update on noncredit (pdf) (ppt)

 

 

 

Oct
6

Four Points by Sheraton San Diego
8110 Aero Drive
San Diego, CA  92123
 

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California Community Colleges Change Leadership Summit—Fall 2017:

Exchanging ideas, exploring new concepts,
learning together

October 5-6, 2017

 

General Information: 

If your college is looking to capitalize on its local talent and foster leadership development to take student achievement to a higher level, we encourage you to gather a cross-functional team of experienced and emerging leaders to explore new concepts about leading large-scale change at your college.  Join us for rich discussions, shared ideas, and provocative questions that will enhance our collective capacity to address student achievement and equity gaps.  Together, we will:
1. Develop approaches, mindsets, and tools that enhance local leadership efforts.
2. Assess challenges and opportunities for collective system leadership within and across our institutions.
3. Identify and explore leadership demands for undertaking whole systems change.
This will be the first in a series of convenings sponsored by IEPI to support California Community Colleges dialogue and change leadership development.


Schedule: 

On Thursday, October 5, registration will open at 11:00 a.m., lunch is at 12:00 p.m., and the first day will conclude at 5:00 p.m.  On Friday, October 6, breakfast is at 7:00 a.m. and the summit will conclude at 2:30 p.m. 
 

Who Should Attend? 

Cross-functional teams within colleges composed of administrators, faculty, classified staff, and researchers.  College teams may already be working on projects or initiatives focused on eliminating equity and achievement gaps, or planning to engage in other transformational change efforts soon.  Participation is limited to 8 attendees per college.


Summit Highlights:

Chancellor Eloy Oakley

Chancellor Oakley will discuss the Strategic Vision for Success and what this means for leaders in the Chancellor’s Office and the field.  Participants will have an opportunity to hear Chancellor Oakley’s thinking about the whole system change approach necessary to implement this vision.
 

John Kania, MBA; Global Managing Director, FSG

John is a nationally recognized leader, speaker, author, and consultant in system leadership for social change.  FSG believes that change is possible only if we understand and support interdependencies and momentum shifts within a given system.  John will introduce the concepts and practices of system leadership and lead participants in reflection and interaction that will support a development of a systems perspective.
 

Capacity Building Toolkit: 

Summit participants will be introduced to several tools that support a systems approach to leadership and change.
 

Dedicated Team Time: 

The summit structure includes guided team conversations to support real-time application of system leadership concepts and tools to current and planned change efforts.

 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

Change Leadership Program (pdf) (doc)

Change Leadership Summit (pdf) (doc)

Change Leadership Summit 2017, Main Presentation (pdf) (ppt)
Keynote: System Leadership (pdf) (ppt)
 

 

Oct
5

Hotel Irvine: 17900 Jamboree Road, Irvine, CA 9261

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California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Fall 2017 Workshops

 

General Information: 

California Community Colleges Guided Pathways is a multi-year program of the Chancellor’s Office designed to provide each college with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways as an overarching framework for significantly improving student outcomes.
The State of California’s 2017–18 budget includes a one-time investment of $150 million to support the implementation of the Guided Pathways framework at all 114 California community colleges.  The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is sponsoring one-day workshops to help colleges implement the Guided Pathways framework.  This six-hour workshop will be offered in seven locations across California (see below) in September and October 2017, and will serve as a mandatory first step for any California community college interested in receiving a portion of these funds.  Attendees will hear from early adopters about their experience implementing Guided Pathways; learn about the Guided Pathways framework, implementation timeline, and funding and reporting details; and be provided support to complete their Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Tool.
 

Schedule and Cost: 

Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration is at 8:00 am; the program runs from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  The registration fee to attend is $75.
 

Who Should Attend? 

 Colleges wishing to participate in California Community Colleges Guided Pathways and be eligible for a share of the $150 million must send a team of 4–5 people (no more than 10) that includes CEO, CIO and middle-level instructional leaders, the Vice President of Student Services, Student Services deans/counselors, classified staff, and faculty senate and student representatives (e.g., Student Senate member).  Each team should bring at least one laptop with them.
 
Recommended pre-workshop readings and templates will be loaded and linked in the resources section September 2017.  Colleges are advised to complete the pre-workshop assignments.
 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

Pre-Workshop Material (link)  

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges, Part 1 (pdf) (ppt)

Panelist Presentation (pdf) (ppt)
Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges, Part 2 (pdf) (ppt)
Welcome Colleges (pdf) (ppt)

Oct
2

Fresno:  DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Fresno Convention Center, 2233

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California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Fall 2017 Workshops

 

General Information: 

California Community Colleges Guided Pathways is a multi-year program of the Chancellor’s Office designed to provide each college with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways as an overarching framework for significantly improving student outcomes.
The State of California’s 2017–18 budget includes a one-time investment of $150 million to support the implementation of the Guided Pathways framework at all 114 California community colleges.  The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is sponsoring one-day workshops to help colleges implement the Guided Pathways framework.  This six-hour workshop will be offered in seven locations across California (see below) in September and October 2017, and will serve as a mandatory first step for any California community college interested in receiving a portion of these funds.  Attendees will hear from early adopters about their experience implementing Guided Pathways; learn about the Guided Pathways framework, implementation timeline, and funding and reporting details; and be provided support to complete their Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Tool.
 

Schedule and Cost: 

Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration is at 8:00 am; the program runs from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  The registration fee to attend is $75.
 

Who Should Attend? 

 Colleges wishing to participate in California Community Colleges Guided Pathways and be eligible for a share of the $150 million must send a team of 4–5 people (no more than 10) that includes CEO, CIO and middle-level instructional leaders, the Vice President of Student Services, Student Services deans/counselors, classified staff, and faculty senate and student representatives (e.g., Student Senate member).  Each team should bring at least one laptop with them.
 
Recommended pre-workshop readings and templates will be loaded and linked in the resources section September 2017.  Colleges are advised to complete the pre-workshop assignments.
 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

 Pre-Workshop Material (link)  

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges, Part 1 (pdf) (ppt)

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges, Part 2 (pdf) (ppt)

Welcome Colleges (pdf) (ppt)

 

 

Sep
28

Irvine: Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport 18800 MacArthur Blvd Irvine, CA

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California Community Colleges Guided Pathways Fall 2017 Workshops

 

General Information: 

California Community Colleges Guided Pathways is a multi-year program of the Chancellor’s Office designed to provide each college with the opportunity to implement Guided Pathways as an overarching framework for significantly improving student outcomes.
The State of California’s 2017–18 budget includes a one-time investment of $150 million to support the implementation of the Guided Pathways framework at all 114 California community colleges.  The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO) is sponsoring one-day workshops to help colleges implement the Guided Pathways framework.  This six-hour workshop will be offered in seven locations across California (see below) in September and October 2017, and will serve as a mandatory first step for any California community college interested in receiving a portion of these funds.  Attendees will hear from early adopters about their experience implementing Guided Pathways; learn about the Guided Pathways framework, implementation timeline, and funding and reporting details; and be provided support to complete their Guided Pathways Self-Assessment Tool.
 

Schedule and Cost: 

Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration is at 8:00 am; the program runs from 9:00 am to 3:30 pm.  The registration fee to attend is $75.
 

Who Should Attend? 

Colleges wishing to participate in California Community Colleges Guided Pathways and be eligible for a share of the $150 million must send a team of 4–5 people (no more than 10) that includes CEO, CIO and middle-level instructional leaders, the Vice President of Student Services, Student Services deans/counselors, classified staff, and faculty senate and student representatives (e.g., Student Senate member).  Each team should bring at least one laptop with them.
 
Recommended pre-workshop readings and templates will be loaded and linked in the resources section September 2017.  Colleges are advised to complete the pre-workshop assignments.

 

Questions? 

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.
 

Resources

Pre-Workshop Material (link)  

Welcome Colleges (pdf) (ppt)

Guided Pathways at California Community Colleges (pdf) (ppt)

Sep
26

Rancho Cordova: Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova, 11211 Point E Dr, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742

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General Information

Participating in professional development workshops can present challenges for community colleges, particularly when travel is involved. IEPI’s newest offering is an innovative pilot workshop designed to alleviate difficulties posed by geography, cost, and staff and faculty availability. Far North Data Disaggregation will be streamed among five campuses on September 15: Shasta College, Feather River College, Lassen Community College, College of the Siskiyous, and Lake Tahoe Community College.

This workshop will cover data sources, data tools, methods of analysis, and story development. Participants will have the ability to interact with presenters and their colleagues at other campuses. A member of the data disaggregation ASK team will facilitate discussions and team-building time at each site. A light breakfast and buffet lunch will be included at all campuses. IEPI has waived the registration fee for this pilot workshop.

 

Schedule/Registration/Cost

Participation at the workshop will be limited to teams from the five campuses until August 25. If space is available after August 25, participants from other colleges are welcome to register; the registration link and details will be posted here at that time.

Resources

  • Identifying Equity Gaps: Data Disaggregation and Disproportionate Impact in Context (pdf) (ppt)
  • Program Review and Disaggregation to Advance Student Equity and Close Gaps (pdf) (ppt)
  • Small Sample Size (pdf) (ppt)
  • Disaggregating Students by Program of Study: Guided Pathways Connection (pdf) (ppt)
  • Using Data to Lead Culture Change (pdf) (ppt)
Sep
15

Far North Data Disaggregation will be streamed among five campuses on September 15: Shasta College, Feather River College, Lassen Community College, College of the Siskiyous, and Lake Tahoe Community College.

General Information

In an ongoing effort to integrate three programs—Basic Skills Initiative (BSI), Student Equity Program (SE), and Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)—the Chancellor’s Office released new integrated expenditure guidelines and a new 2017–19 Integrated BSI/SE/SSSP Plan and Budget template in February. Bring your team and come hear an overview of the new documents and strategies aimed at assisting your college to integrate and leverage funds to further student success.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

This workshop will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with check-in from 8:00 to 9:00a.m. Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon refreshments.  Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is strongly encouraged to send a team of representatives, which could include the following: CIO, CSSO, CBO, and coordinators from Basic Skills, Student Equity and SSSP.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop Presentation (pdf) (ppt)

IEPI Presentation (pdf) (ppt)

Change Management, Centre for Organization Effectiveness (pdf) Infomation is proprietary

Handouts:

CCCCO Resources

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration FAQ (pdf) (doc)

2017-19 Integrated Plan: Basic Skills Initiative, Student
Equity, and Student Success and Support Program (pdf)

Decision Tree (pdf)

Budget Plan (Excel)

Regulatory Language

Education Code - EDC (pdf)

SB 860 Budget Trailer bill (pdf)

Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (pdf)

Sections 54220: Student Equity Plans (pdf)

Sections 78210-78219 (pdf)

Change management

Planning Change and Transition (pdf)

Sources of Resistance (pdf)

May
12

Courtyard by Marriott Sacramento Cal Expo
1782 Tribute Road
Sacramento, CA 95815

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General Information

In an ongoing effort to integrate three programs—Basic Skills Initiative (BSI), Student Equity Program (SE), and Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)—the Chancellor’s Office released new integrated expenditure guidelines and a new 2017–19 Integrated BSI/SE/SSSP Plan and Budget template in February. Bring your team and come hear an overview of the new documents and strategies aimed at assisting your college to integrate and leverage funds to further student success.
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

This workshop will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with check-in from 8:00 to 9:00a.m. Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon refreshments.  Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is strongly encouraged to send a team of representatives, which could include the following: CIO, CSSO, CBO, and coordinators from Basic Skills, Student Equity and SSSP.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.
 

Resources

Flyer: IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop (pdf) (ppt)

IEPI Presentation (pdf) (ppt)

Change Management, Centre for Organization Effectiveness (pdf) Infomation is proprietary

 

Resources:

CCCCO Resources

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration FAQ (pdf) (doc)

2017-19 Integrated Plan: Basic Skills Initiative, Student
Equity, and Student Success and Support Program (pdf)

Decision Tree (pdf)

Budget Plan (Excel)

Regulatory Language

Education Code - EDC (pdf)

SB 860 Budget Trailer bill (pdf)

Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (pdf)

Sections 54220: Student Equity Plans (pdf)

Sections 78210-78219 (pdf)

Change management

Planning Change and Transition (pdf)

Sources of Resistance (pdf)

May
12

Doubletree by Hilton Hotel Fresno Convention Center
2233 Ventura Street
Fresno, CA 93721

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General Information

This two-day summit is a collaborative effort of the Academic Senate for California Community Colleges, the Association of Community and Continuing Education, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office, the California Community Colleges Success Network, and the Career Ladders Project. 
 
Participants will learn the basics, challenges, and common practices of implementing or expanding a college’s noncredit curriculum.  General sessions will highlight the history of noncredit and its future direction in light of current legislation. During team time, colleges will have the opportunity to discuss an optimal organizational structure appropriate for their individual cultures.  Breakout sessions will center around five strand themes:
  •  Noncredit Basics
  •  Program Development
  •  Noncredit Challenges
  •  Instructional and Student Support Services
  •  Developing and Sustaining a Noncredit Culture

Schedule/Registration/Cost

The summit will open with registration at 8 a.m. Thursday, May 4, and conclude Friday, May 5, at 2 p.m. The registration fee is $75 per attendee. 
 

Location

Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova
11211 Point East Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742


Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send representatives from instruction, student services, and administration. Suggested team members include credit and noncredit basic skills and CTE faculty; counselors; curriculum chairs; representatives from admissions and records; coordinators for basic skills, student equity, student success and support, Adult Education and Strong Workforce  programs.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Building Bridges and Programs Developing and Sustaining a Culture of Noncredit (pdf) (doc)

Agenda: Building Bridges and Programs Developing and Sustaining a Culture of Noncredit (pdf) (doc)

Summit Program (pdf)

Presentations:

IEPI Welcome and Overview (pdf) (ppt)

The Past, Present, and Future of Noncredit Education in California Community Colleges (pdf) (ppt)

Noncredit Legislative Update (pdf) (ppt)

Communities of Practice (pdf) (ppt)

Noncredit Basics: Curriculum Submission Process for Programs and Courses (pdf) (ppt)

AEBG 2017/18 Building Bridges and Programs (pdf) (ppt)

Santa Monica College Adult Education/Noncredit Programs (pdf) (ppt)

Instructional and Student Support Services: Distance Education, Online Education Initiative, and Noncredit (pdf) (ppt)

Open Educational Resources (OER) in Noncredit CTE (pdf) (ppt)

Developing Your Noncredit Short-Term Vocational Programs (pdf) (ppt)

Framing Education for Older Adults (pdf) (ppt)

Noncredit Curriculum: From Idea to Submission (pdf) (ppt)

SSSP Data Elements (pdf) (ppt)

Student Success Planning (pdf) (ppt)

Noncredit Basics Statutes and Regulations for Curriculum, Apportionment, Minimum Qualifications and More (pdf) (ppt)

Adult High School Diploma Program (pdf)

May
4


Sacramento Marriott Rancho Cordova
11211 Point East Drive, Rancho Cordova, CA 95742

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General Information

In an ongoing effort to integrate three programs—Basic Skills Initiative (BSI), Student Equity Program (SE), and Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)—the Chancellor’s Office released new integrated expenditure guidelines and a new 2017–19 Integrated BSI/SE/SSSP Plan and Budget template in February. Bring your team and come hear an overview of the new documents and strategies aimed at assisting your college to integrate and leverage funds to further student success.
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

This workshop will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with check-in from 8:00 to 9:00a.m. Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon refreshments.  Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is strongly encouraged to send a team of representatives, which could include the following: CIO, CSSO, CBO, and coordinators from Basic Skills, Student Equity and SSSP.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Resources:

CCCCO Resources

IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop Presentation (pdf) (ppt)

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration FAQ (pdf) (doc)

2017-19 Integrated Plan: Basic Skills Initiative, Student
Equity, and Student Success and Support Program (pdf)

Decision Tree (pdf)

Budget Plan (Excel)

Regulatory Language

Education Code - EDC (pdf)

SB 860 Budget Trailer bill (pdf)

Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (pdf)

Sections 54220: Student Equity Plans (pdf)

Sections 78210-78219 (pdf)

Change management

Planning Change and Transition (pdf)

Sources of Resistance (pdf)

Apr
28

Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa
3050 Bristol Street
Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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General Information

Under the Strong Workforce Program, many colleges are striving to increase enrollments in CTE. But in order to support this growth, colleges need to establish pathways that work for diverse student populations and help them progress up their career ladders.
This session will outline common barriers to student progress and describe ways that colleges can support students in overcoming those challenges. For example, you’ll learn:
 
• Why students do and don’t major in CTE
• The highest-leverage actions that can change enrollment patterns
• How CTE pathways work fits into statewide priorities and guided pathway models
 
Hands-on activities will enable you to explore:
• New tools that can help support career exploration and educational planning
• How to access information on progress within a pathway and employment outcomes
• Specific steps you can take to strengthen enrollments and progress in CTE
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of faculty, counselors, deans, vice presidents, and researchers.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (ppt

Re-Branding (pdf)

CTE Videos:

Bio Tech

Advanced Manufacturing

Chef

Electronics Technology

Apr
28

Courtyard San Diego Airport/Liberty Station
2592 Laning Rd, San Diego, CA 92106

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General Information

This 1-day workshop will be held in two locations and is designed for participants to:

  • Learn new insights on how increased financial stability contributes to student success, program completion, employability, and well-paying jobs.
  • Hear from college peers about efforts to build student financial well-being and get practical ideas for improving student success from a system-wide financial wellness capability initiative designed by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.
  • Discover current and upcoming resources to support financial wellness efforts on campus.
  • Collaborate with their college teams to take back to campus a "call to action" to implement a financial wellness program.

 

Schedule/Registration/Cost

The day begins with registration at 8:00 a.m., The program begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. The registration fee is $75 per person.
Please find the workshop agenda posted on

 
Who Should Attend?

Colleges are encouraged to send teams of representatives from financial aid, other student services programs, counseling, and faculty; suggested team members include Directors of Financial Aid, Deans/Counselors, and Student Services Vice Presidents and Program Leads. Anyone on campus who has contact with students will benefit from this event.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

 

Resources

Flyer:  The Role of Financial Well-Being  in Student Success  (pdf) (doc)

Agenda:  The Role of Financial Well-Being  in Student Success - Coming Soon!

Presentations:

Workshop Handbook (pdf)

Workshop Welcome Slides 1 (pdf) (ppt)

Workshop Welcome Slides 2 (pdf) (ppt)

IEPI Presentation (pdf) (ppt)

National Endowment For Finanical Education (pdf) (ppt)

A Roadmap to Financial Wellness (Prezi)

Financial Wellness Initiative (pdf) (ppt)

Financial Wellness Efforts (pdf) (ppt)

Spark Point at Cañada College (pdf) (ppt)

College Panel (pdf) (ppt)

Wrap-up Slides (pdf) (ppt)

Apr
26

Walnut Creek Marriott 2355 North Main Street  Walnut Creek  California  94596

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General Information

This 1-day workshop will be held in two locations and is designed for participants to:
  • Learn new insights on how increased financial stability contributes to student success, program completion, employability, and well-paying jobs.
  • Hear from college peers about efforts to build student financial well-being and get practical ideas for improving student success from a system-wide financial wellness capability initiative designed by the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office.
  • Discover current and upcoming resources to support financial wellness efforts on campus.
  • Collaborate with their college teams to take back to campus a "call to action" to implement a financial wellness program.

 

Schedule/Registration/Cost

The day begins with registration at 8:00 a.m., The program begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4:30 p.m. The registration fee is $75 per person.


Who Should Attend?

Colleges are encouraged to send teams of representatives from financial aid, other student services programs, counseling, and faculty; suggested team members include Directors of Financial Aid, Deans/Counselors, and Student Services Vice Presidents and Program Leads. Anyone on campus who has contact with students will benefit from this event.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

Flyer:  The Role of Financial Well-Being  in Student Success  (p.d.f.) (doc.)

Agenda:  The Role of Financial Well-Being  in Student Success (p.d.f.) (doc.)

Presentations:

Workshop Handbook (pdf)

Workshop Welcome Slides 1 (pdf) (ppt)

Workshop Welcome Slides 2 (pdf) (ppt)

IEPI Presentation (pdf) (ppt)

National Endowment For Finanical Education (pdf) (ppt)

Financial Wellness Initiative (pdf) (ppt)

Financial Wellness Efforts (pdf) (ppt)

A Roadmap to Financial Wellness (Prezi)

Spark Point at Cañada College (pdf) (ppt)

College Panel (pdf) (ppt)

Wrap-up Slides (pdf) (ppt)

 

 

 

 

Apr
24

Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport
18800 MacArthur Blvd, Irvine, CA
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IEPI Integrated Planning Workshop

General Information

The IEPI Integrated Planning Tools and Resources Workshop is one of the pre-conference sessions held the day before the annual RP Group Conference on April 20-21.
 
This interactive convening is designed to engage participants in integrated planning tools. It will cover the following topics:
Integrated Planning Tool & Resources in the Professional Learning Network (PLN): Overview
Integrated Planning Model: How to use the model to address your college needs
Logic Model (LM): How to leverage LM for integrated planning
Integrated Planning Tools: Refining tools through feedback
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:30 am - 3:30 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that is currently and/or will be working on integrated planning. The composition of the team varies depending on the college. In past convenings, teams found it productive to include at least one vice president and the appropriate dean(s), director(s), and faculty members.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

For questions related to workshop content, contact Hayley Solano at hsolano@rpgroup.org.  
Apr
19

Hyatt Regency San Francisco Airport
1333 Bayshore Hwy
Burlingame, CA 94010

 

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General Information

In an ongoing effort to integrate three programs—Basic Skills Initiative (BSI), Student Equity Program (SE), and Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)—the Chancellor’s Office released new integrated expenditure guidelines and a new 2017–19 Integrated BSI/SE/SSSP Plan and Budget template in February. Bring your team and come hear an overview of the new documents and strategies aimed at assisting your college to integrate and leverage funds to further student success.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

This workshop will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with check-in from 8:00 to 9:00a.m. Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon refreshments. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is strongly encouraged to send a team of representatives, which could include the following: CIO, CSSO, CBO, and coordinators from Basic Skills, Student Equity and SSSP.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration (pdf) (ppt)

Change Management, Centre for Organization Effectiveness (pdf) Infomation is proprietary

IEPI Welcome and Introduction (pdf) (ppt)

Resources:

CCCCO Resources

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration FAQ (pdf) (doc)

2017-19 Integrated Plan: Basic Skills Initiative, Student
Equity, and Student Success and Support Program (pdf)

Decision Tree (pdf)

Budget Plan (Excel)

Regulatory Language

Education Code - EDC (pdf)

SB 860 Budget Trailer bill (pdf)

Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (pdf)

Sections 54220: Student Equity Plans (pdf)

Sections 78210-78219 (pdf)

Change management

Planning Change and Transition (pdf)

Sources of Resistance (pdf)

 

Apr
7
Doubletree by Hilton Ontario Airport
222 N. Vineyard Avenue, Ontario, CA 91764
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General Information

In an ongoing effort to integrate three programs—Basic Skills Initiative (BSI), Student Equity Program (SE), and Student Success and Support Program (SSSP)—the Chancellor’s Office released new integrated expenditure guidelines and a new 2017–19 Integrated BSI/SE/SSSP Plan and Budget template in February. Bring your team and come hear an overview of the new documents and strategies aimed at assisting your college to integrate and leverage funds to further student success.
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

This workshop will take place from 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with check-in from 8:00 to 9:00a.m. Registration is required through Eventbrite.  Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon refreshments.  Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is strongly encouraged to send a team of representatives, which could include the following: CIO, CSSO, CBO, and coordinators from Basic Skills, Student Equity and SSSP.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: IEPI BSI/SE/SSSP Integration Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration (pdf) (ppt)

Change Management, Centre for Organization Effectiveness (pdf) Infomation is proprietary

IEPI Welcome and Introduction (pdf) (ppt)

Resources:

CCCCO Resources

BSI/ SE/ SSSP Integration FAQ (pdf) (doc)

2017-19 Integrated Plan: Basic Skills Initiative, Student
Equity, and Student Success and Support Program (pdf)

Decision Tree (pdf)

Budget Plan (Excel)

Regulatory Language

Education Code - EDC (pdf)

SB 860 Budget Trailer bill (pdf)

Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations (pdf)

Sections 54220: Student Equity Plans (pdf)

Sections 78210-78219 (pdf)

Change management

Planning Change and Transition (pdf)

Sources of Resistance (pdf)

Apr
7

Hilton Oakland Airport Hotel
One Hegenberger Road
Oakland, CA 94621

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IEPI Integrated Planning Workshop

General Information

This interactive convening is designed to engage participants in integrated planning tools. It will cover the following topics:
Integrated Planning Tool & Resources in the Professional Learning Network (PLN): Overview
Integrated Planning Model: How to use the model to address your college needs
Logic Model (LM): How to leverage LM for integrated planning
Integrated Planning Tools: Refining tools through feedback
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that is currently and/or will be working on integrated planning. The composition of the team varies depending on the college. In past convenings, teams found it productive to include at least one vice president and the appropriate dean(s), director(s), and faculty members.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

For questions related to workshop content, contact Hayley Solano at hsolano@rpgroup.org.  
Mar
29

Golden West College

5744 Goldenwest Street

GWC Student Center

Huntington Beach, CA 92647

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General Information

Under the Strong Workforce Program, many colleges are striving to increase enrollments in CTE. But in order to support this growth, colleges need to establish pathways that work for diverse student populations and help them progress up their career ladders.
This session will outline common barriers to student progress and describe ways that colleges can support students in overcoming those challenges. For example, you’ll learn:
 
• Why students do and don’t major in CTE
• The highest-leverage actions that can change enrollment patterns
• How CTE pathways work fits into statewide priorities and guided pathway models
 
Hands-on activities will enable you to explore:
• New tools that can help support career exploration and educational planning
• How to access information on progress within a pathway and employment outcomes
• Specific steps you can take to strengthen enrollments and progress in CTE
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of faculty, counselors, deans, vice presidents, and researchers.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (ppt

IEPI Intro (pdf) (ppt)

Re-Branding (pdf)

CTE Videos:

Bio Tech

Advanced Manufacturing

Chef

Electronics Technology

Mar
24

Sheraton Cerritos Hotel

12725 Center Ct Dr S, Cerritos, CA 90703

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General Information

Under the Strong Workforce Program, many colleges are striving to increase enrollments in CTE. But in order to support this growth, colleges need to establish pathways that work for diverse student populations and help them progress up their career ladders.
This session will outline common barriers to student progress and describe ways that colleges can support students in overcoming those challenges. For example, you’ll learn:
 
• Why students do and don’t major in CTE
• The highest-leverage actions that can change enrollment patterns
• How CTE pathways work fits into statewide priorities and guided pathway models
 
Hands-on activities will enable you to explore:
• New tools that can help support career exploration and educational planning
• How to access information on progress within a pathway and employment outcomes
• Specific steps you can take to strengthen enrollments and progress in CTE
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of faculty, counselors, deans, vice presidents, and researchers.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (ppt

IEPI Intro (pdf) (ppt)

Re-Branding (pdf)

CTE Videos:

Bio Tech

Advanced Manufacturing

Chef

Electronics Technology

Mar
17

Hilton Oakland Airport
1 Hegenberger Rd, Oakland, CA 94621

Map

General Information

Under the Strong Workforce Program, many colleges are striving to increase enrollments in CTE. But in order to support this growth, colleges need to establish pathways that work for diverse student populations and help them progress up their career ladders.
This session will outline common barriers to student progress and describe ways that colleges can support students in overcoming those challenges. For example, you’ll learn:
 
• Why students do and don’t major in CTE
• The highest-leverage actions that can change enrollment patterns
• How CTE pathways work fits into statewide priorities and guided pathway models
 
Hands-on activities will enable you to explore:
• New tools that can help support career exploration and educational planning
• How to access information on progress within a pathway and employment outcomes
• Specific steps you can take to strengthen enrollments and progress in CTE
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of faculty, counselors, deans, vice presidents, and researchers.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (ppt

IEPI Intro (pdf) (ppt)

Re-Branding (pdf) (ppt)

CTE Video: Bio Tech

Mar
3

Sheraton Grand Sacramento

1230 J St, Sacramento, CA 95814

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General Information

Under the Strong Workforce Program, many colleges are striving to increase enrollments in CTE. But in order to support this growth, colleges need to establish pathways that work for diverse student populations and help them progress up their career ladders.
This session will outline common barriers to student progress and describe ways that colleges can support students in overcoming those challenges. For example, you’ll learn:
 
• Why students do and don’t major in CTE
• The highest-leverage actions that can change enrollment patterns
• How CTE pathways work fits into statewide priorities and guided pathway models
 
Hands-on activities will enable you to explore:
• New tools that can help support career exploration and educational planning
• How to access information on progress within a pathway and employment outcomes
• Specific steps you can take to strengthen enrollments and progress in CTE
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of faculty, counselors, deans, vice presidents, and researchers.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

CTE Data Unlocked (pdf) (ppt

IEPI Intro (pdf) (ppt)

CTE Video: Bio Tech

Feb
24

Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach
450 E Harbor Blvd, Ventura, CA 93001

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Dual Enrollment Workshop


Learn how to navigate the opportunities and challenges for California Community Colleges and secondary school partners to better serve underrepresented students.
                                 

General Information

This session is designed for secondary and postsecondary partners who will help shape the agenda by noting key questions they have about dual enrollment implementation. Information shared will be designed to support the development of new and the scaling up and strengthening of existing partnerships with a focus on students from underrepresented groups. Participants will (1) learn about relevant research, (2) discuss implementation challenges and barriers, (3) share promising practices and models, and (4) review legislative guidelines. Small group activities will provide an opportunity to identify ways to accelerate students’ academic outcomes and to ensure legislative compliance. Special attention will be paid to similarities and differences for AB 288 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP), and non-AB 288 partnerships. CCAP supports community college and school district partnerships to create seamless pathways from high school to community college as part of their college and career readiness efforts, even for students who may be struggling academically. Non-AB 288 partnerships are guided by previous legislation that allows high school students who have been shown to benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work to enroll in community college courses with parental permission.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes its dual enrollment partners including the following postsecondary and secondary representatives: CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Chair of Counseling, faculty, Academic Senate, key secondary administrators, Admissions and Records, principals, teachers, and staff who will be working directly with dually enrolled students.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com  or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Dual Enrollment Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

Dual Enrollment (pdf) (ppt)

IEPI Overview (pdf) (ppt)

Agenda (pdf)

CCI Page (pdf)

Feb
23

Mt San Antonio College

1100 N. Grand Avenue

Walnut, CA 91789

Workshop Location: Room 9C, Student Life Center

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Evaluator Training Workshop

Come learn about the latest tools, promising practices and models available to assist Evaluators in their positions!

 

General Information

IEPI, in collaboration with the California Association of Community College Registrars and Admissions Officers (CACCRAO), and with the support of the CCCCO's Student Services Division staff, plan to offer a one-day workshop for evaluators in both the north and south. Consistent transcript evaluations and degree audits are vital to the education planning necessary not only for student success goals related to transfer and completion, but also to improve college operations such as enrollment management . Evaluators are encouraged to attend to hear the latest on topics including Transfer/ADTs, Credit by Exam, Out of State Transcripts and Exemplary Practices. 

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes morning beverages and pastries, as well as lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes the staff responsible for transcript evaluation and degree audit.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Evaluator Training Workshops (pdf)

Agenda: Evaluator Training (pdf)

Presentations:

Evaluating Transfer Credit: Segment Perspectives (pdf) (ppt)
ADT Course Substitution (pdf) (ppt)
Advanced Placement (pdf) (ppt)
AACRAO International Evaluator Training (pdf) (ppt)

 

Feb
10

Courtyard by Marriott, Sacramento Cal Expo;

1782 Tribute Road  Sacramento  California  95815  USA 

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Evaluator Training Workshop

Come learn about the latest tools, promising practices and models available to assist Evaluators in their positions!


General Information

IEPI, in collaboration with the California Association of Community College Registrars and Admissions Officers (CACCRAO), and with the support of the CCCCO's Student Services Division staff, plan to offer a one-day workshop for evaluators in both the north and south. Consistent transcript evaluations and degree audits are vital to the education planning necessary not only for student success goals related to transfer and completion, but also to improve college operations such as enrollment management . Evaluators are encouraged to attend to hear the latest on topics including Transfer/ADTs, Credit by Exam, Out of State Transcripts and Exemplary Practices. 


Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes morning beverages and pastries, as well as lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 9:00 am - 3:00 pm.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes the staff responsible for transcript evaluation and degree audit.

 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.
 
 

Resources

Flyer: Evaluator Training Workshops (pdf)

Agenda: Evaluator Training (pdf)

Presentations:

Evaluating Transfer Credit: Segment Perspectives (pdf) (ppt)
ADT Course Substitution (pdf) (ppt)
Advanced Placement (pdf) (ppt)
AACRAO International Evaluator Training (pdf) (ppt)
Exemplary Practices (pdf) (ppt)

Feb
3
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel, Ontario Airport;
222 North Vineyard Avenue, Ontario, California, 91764-4431
     
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Dual Enrollment Workshop


Learn how to navigate the opportunities and challenges for California Community Colleges and secondary school partners to better serve underrepresented students.
                                 

General Information

This session is designed for secondary and postsecondary partners who will help shape the agenda by noting key questions they have about dual enrollment implementation. Information shared will be designed to support the development of new and the scaling up and strengthening of existing partnerships with a focus on students from underrepresented groups. Participants will (1) learn about relevant research, (2) discuss implementation challenges and barriers, (3) share promising practices and models, and (4) review legislative guidelines. Small group activities will provide an opportunity to identify ways to accelerate students’ academic outcomes and to ensure legislative compliance. Special attention will be paid to similarities and differences for AB 288 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP), and non-AB 288 partnerships. CCAP supports community college and school district partnerships to create seamless pathways from high school to community college as part of their college and career readiness efforts, even for students who may be struggling academically. Non-AB 288 partnerships are guided by previous legislation that allows high school students who have been shown to benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work to enroll in community college courses with parental permission.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes its dual enrollment partners including the following postsecondary and secondary representatives: CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Chair of Counseling, faculty, Academic Senate, key secondary administrators, Admissions and Records, principals, teachers, and staff who will be working directly with dually enrolled students.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com  or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Dual Enrollment Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

Dual Enrollment (pdf) (ppt)

Feb
2

Long Beach City College
4901 Carson Street; T-1200
Long Beach, CA. 90808
 

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IEPI Pathways Training Workshops

Gather your college leadership team and come learn about different strategies of implementing a college pathways approach.

                                 
General Information

IEPI, in partnership with the Statewide Academic Senate and select AACC CA Guided Pathways colleges, is sponsoring two upcoming pathways events. These two-day events are designed for college leadership teams interested in learning about different strategies to implement a college pathways approach.  Time and attention will be spent disseminating California grown pathway strategies now in place at our colleges.  National pathway models will also be shared.  In addition, workshop attendees will hear from Davis Jenkins, Senior Researcher at the Community College Research Center at Columbia University, author of Redesigning America's Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success.  Consistent with IEPI events there will also be time built in for leadership teams to begin to develop action plans tailored to their unique college culture.


Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $75 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes morning beverages and lunch on day one and continental breakfast and lunch on day two. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This two-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm (Registration 8:00am - 9:00 am) on day one and from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm on day two.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a leadership team that includes senior level administrators (CIO, CSSO, etc.) and representatives of the Academic Senate, Student Services (deans/counselors) and faculty.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: IEPI Pathways Training (pdf) (doc)

Pathways Training Materials (pdf)

Day 1 Presentations:
Welcome and Keynote (pdf)
Activities (pdf) (ppt)
Panel on Clarifying the Path (pdf) (ppt)
Intersegmental Panel (pdf) (ppt)
Entering the Path (pdf) (ppt)
Integrated Planning, Data, and Pathways Development (pdf) (ppt)
 
Day 2 Presentations
Introduction to Day 2: Guided Pathways (pdf) (ppt)
Leadership Development (pdf) (ppt)
Keeping Students on the Path (pdf) (ppt)
Ensuring the Students Are Learning (pdf) (ppt)

 

Livestream Resources

Flyer (pdf) (doc)

Materials (pdf)

 

 

 

Jan
26

Hilton Orange County Costa Mesa

3050 Bristol Street

Costa Mesa, CA 92626

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Dual Enrollment Workshop


Learn how to navigate the opportunities and challenges for California Community Colleges and secondary school partners to better serve underrepresented students.
                                 

General Information

This session is designed for secondary and postsecondary partners who will help shape the agenda by noting key questions they have about dual enrollment implementation. Information shared will be designed to support the development of new and the scaling up and strengthening of existing partnerships with a focus on students from underrepresented groups. Participants will (1) learn about relevant research, (2) discuss implementation challenges and barriers, (3) share promising practices and models, and (4) review legislative guidelines. Small group activities will provide an opportunity to identify ways to accelerate students’ academic outcomes and to ensure legislative compliance. Special attention will be paid to similarities and differences for AB 288 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP), and non-AB 288 partnerships. CCAP supports community college and school district partnerships to create seamless pathways from high school to community college as part of their college and career readiness efforts, even for students who may be struggling academically. Non-AB 288 partnerships are guided by previous legislation that allows high school students who have been shown to benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work to enroll in community college courses with parental permission.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes its dual enrollment partners including the following postsecondary and secondary representatives: CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Chair of Counseling, faculty, Academic Senate, key secondary administrators, Admissions and Records, principals, teachers, and staff who will be working directly with dually enrolled students.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com  or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Dual Enrollment Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:
Dual Enrollment (pdf) (ppt)

Jan
19

Chabot College

25555 Hesperian Boulevard

Hayward, CA 94545

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IEPI Indicators Workshops

Come learn about important changes to the indicators for this year and hear an update on the Chancellor's Office PRT related to SSSP, SE and BSI program plans.
                                 

General Information

Join us for the IEPI Indicators Workshop! We will be discussing important changes to the indicators for this year. We also will discuss best practices for using the indicators and goal setting processes so they have the greatest usefulness in advancing your college’s success. Several colleges will present specific strategies and processes that they used. You are also encouraged to bring a team from your college of key people involved in using indicators for planning. Each college registered will have their data provided at the workshop for use during a team activity. A representative from the CCCCO will also review the progress of the Chancellor’s Office PRT process.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.


Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of researchers, faculty members (especially those involved in the local senates or in planning), deans and vice presidents.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Indicators Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentation:

Indicators Workshop Slides (pdf) (ppt)
Copper Mountain College IEPI Presentation (pdf)

CCCCO Integrated Program Redesign (pdf) (ppt)

Handout: Year Three Goal-Setting Timeline 2017-18 (pdf)

Jan
13

Santa Rosa Junior College

680 Sonoma Mountain Pkwy, Petaluma, CA 94954

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Dual Enrollment Workshop


Learn how to navigate the opportunities and challenges for California Community Colleges and secondary school partners to better serve underrepresented students.
                                 

General Information

This session is designed for secondary and postsecondary partners who will help shape the agenda by noting key questions they have about dual enrollment implementation. Information shared will be designed to support the development of new and the scaling up and strengthening of existing partnerships with a focus on students from underrepresented groups. Participants will (1) learn about relevant research, (2) discuss implementation challenges and barriers, (3) share promising practices and models, and (4) review legislative guidelines. Small group activities will provide an opportunity to identify ways to accelerate students’ academic outcomes and to ensure legislative compliance. Special attention will be paid to similarities and differences for AB 288 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP), and non-AB 288 partnerships. CCAP supports community college and school district partnerships to create seamless pathways from high school to community college as part of their college and career readiness efforts, even for students who may be struggling academically. Non-AB 288 partnerships are guided by previous legislation that allows high school students who have been shown to benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work to enroll in community college courses with parental permission.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes its dual enrollment partners including the following postsecondary and secondary representatives: CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Chair of Counseling, faculty, Academic Senate, key secondary administrators, Admissions and Records, principals, teachers, and staff who will be working directly with dually enrolled students.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com  or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Dual Enrollment Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

Dual Enrollment (pdf) (ppt)

IEPI Overview (pdf) (ppt)

Jan
12

Clovis Community College

Herndon Campus

390 W. Fir Avenue

Clovis, CA 93611

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Dual Enrollment Workshop


Learn how to navigate the opportunities and challenges for California Community Colleges and secondary school partners to better serve underrepresented students.
                                 

General Information

This session is designed for secondary and postsecondary partners who will help shape the agenda by noting key questions they have about dual enrollment implementation. Information shared will be designed to support the development of new and the scaling up and strengthening of existing partnerships with a focus on students from underrepresented groups. Participants will (1) learn about relevant research, (2) discuss implementation challenges and barriers, (3) share promising practices and models, and (4) review legislative guidelines. Small group activities will provide an opportunity to identify ways to accelerate students’ academic outcomes and to ensure legislative compliance. Special attention will be paid to similarities and differences for AB 288 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP), and non-AB 288 partnerships. CCAP supports community college and school district partnerships to create seamless pathways from high school to community college as part of their college and career readiness efforts, even for students who may be struggling academically. Non-AB 288 partnerships are guided by previous legislation that allows high school students who have been shown to benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work to enroll in community college courses with parental permission.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes its dual enrollment partners including the following postsecondary and secondary representatives: CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Chair of Counseling, faculty, Academic Senate, key secondary administrators, Admissions and Records, principals, teachers, and staff who will be working directly with dually enrolled students.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com  or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Dual Enrollment Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentation: Dual Enrollment (pdf)

Dec
8

Wyndham Garden Ventura Pierpont Inn

550 Sanjon Road

Ventura, CA 93001

IEPI Pathways Training Workshops

Gather your college leadership team and come learn about different strategies of implementing a college pathways approach.

                                 
General Information

IEPI, in partnership with the Statewide Academic Senate and select AACC CA Guided Pathways colleges, is sponsoring two upcoming pathways events. These two-day events are designed for college leadership teams interested in learning about different strategies to implement a college pathways approach.  Time and attention will be spent disseminating California grown pathway strategies now in place at our colleges.  National pathway models will also be shared.  In addition, workshop attendees will hear from Davis Jenkins, Senior Researcher at the Community College Research Center at Columbia University, author of Redesigning America's Community Colleges: A Clearer Path to Student Success.  Consistent with IEPI events there will also be time built in for leadership teams to begin to develop action plans tailored to their unique college culture.


Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $75 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes morning beverages and lunch on day one and continental breakfast and lunch on day two. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This two-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 9:00 am - 6:00 pm (Registration 8:00am - 9:00 am) on day one and from 8:30 am – 3:00 pm on day two.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a leadership team that includes senior level administrators (CIO, CSSO, etc.) and representatives of the Academic Senate, Student Services (deans/counselors) and faculty.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: IEPI Pathways Training (pdf) (doc)

Materials: Pathways Training Materials (pdf)

Day 1 Presentations:
Introduction to Day 1: Guided Pathways (pdf) (ppt)
Redesigning Colleges for Student Success (pdf) (ppt)
Activities (pdf) (ppt)
Panel on Clarifying the Path (pdf) (ppt)
Panel on Systems and Transfer (pdf) (ppt)
Entering the Path (pdf) (ppt)
Integrated Planning, Data, and Pathways Development (pdf) (ppt)
 
Day 2 Presentations
Introduction to Day 2: Guided Pathways (pdf) (ppt)
Leadership Development (pdf) (ppt)
Keeping Students on the Path (pdf) (ppt)
Ensuring the Students Are Learning (pdf) (ppt)

 

 

Dec
7

Doubletree Hotel Sacramento

2001 Point West Way

Sacramento, CA 95815

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Dual Enrollment Workshop


Learn how to navigate the opportunities and challenges for California Community Colleges and secondary school partners to better serve underrepresented students.
                                 

General Information

This session is designed for secondary and postsecondary partners who will help shape the agenda by noting key questions they have about dual enrollment implementation. Information shared will be designed to support the development of new and the scaling up and strengthening of existing partnerships with a focus on students from underrepresented groups. Participants will (1) learn about relevant research, (2) discuss implementation challenges and barriers, (3) share promising practices and models, and (4) review legislative guidelines. Small group activities will provide an opportunity to identify ways to accelerate students’ academic outcomes and to ensure legislative compliance. Special attention will be paid to similarities and differences for AB 288 College and Career Access Pathways (CCAP), and non-AB 288 partnerships. CCAP supports community college and school district partnerships to create seamless pathways from high school to community college as part of their college and career readiness efforts, even for students who may be struggling academically. Non-AB 288 partnerships are guided by previous legislation that allows high school students who have been shown to benefit from advanced scholastic or vocational work to enroll in community college courses with parental permission.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team that includes its dual enrollment partners including the following postsecondary and secondary representatives: CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Chair of Counseling, faculty, Academic Senate, key secondary administrators, Admissions and Records, principals, teachers, and staff who will be working directly with dually enrolled students.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com  or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Dual Enrollment Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentation: Dual Enrollment (pdf)

Dec
1

Woodland Community College

2300 E. GIbson

Woodland, CA 95776

IEPI Indicators Workshops

Come learn about important changes to the indicators for this year and hear an update on the Chancellor's Office PRT related to SSSP, SE and BSI program plans.
                                 

General Information

Join us for the IEPI Indicators Workshop! We will be discussing important changes to the indicators for this year. We also will discuss best practices for using the indicators and goal setting processes so they have the greatest usefulness in advancing your college’s success. Several colleges will present specific strategies and processes that they used. You are also encouraged to bring a team from your college of key people involved in using indicators for planning. Each college registered will have their data provided at the workshop for use during a team activity. A representative from the CCCCO will also review the progress of the Chancellor’s Office PRT process.

 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. Workshops are tentatively scheduled from 10:00 am - 3:00 pm.

 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is highly encouraged to send a team of representatives comprised of researchers, faculty members (especially those involved in the local senates or in planning), deans and vice presidents.


Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630)337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: Indicators Workshop (pdf) (doc)

Presentations:

Indicators Workshop Slides (pdf) (ppt)

Copper Mountain College's Indicators Presentation (pdf)                                                     

Sonoma County Junior College District's Indicators Presentation (pdf)

College of the Canyons'Indicators Presentation (pdf)

CCCCO Integrated Program Redesign (pdf) (ppt)

Handout: Year Three Goal-Setting Timeline 2017-18 (pdf)

Nov
28

College of the Canyons

26455 Rockwell Canyon Rd, Santa Clarita, CA 91355

University Center, Room 258
 

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Learn about the critical intersection of curriculum program/course design and approval with institutional financial aid and apportionment eligibility.

 

General Information

Find out about your college/district compliance status on curriculum design and process. Learn to determine your college/district risks, ability to identify common problems and identify requirements for programs to acquire state authorization. Training will be focused on curriculum/program approval and Financial Aid eligibility for such programs. This training will facilitate a higher degree of communication and collaboration between the financial aid and the instruction side of the college. Participants will leave with a process of best practices to ensure continued financial aid eligibility for their college/district curriculum programs/courses.
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Be prepared for this training by bringing printed copies of the following:
• College’s curriculum inventory (one copy will be provided by CO’s)
• Federal Financial Aid agreement participation (PPA)
• Course catalog
• School based software listing courses, programs, and certificates conferred
Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team of that includes the following representatives: the Curriculum Chair, Financial Aid Director and Admissions & Records Director. In addition, it is also suggested to extend the invitation to the college’s CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Academic Senators and Curriculum Specialists.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: The Role of Curriculum in Maintaining Your Institution’s Financial Aid Eligibility Training Workshop (pdf)

Workbook: The Role of Curriculum in Institutional Financial Aid Eligibility (pdf)

Sep
26

Sheraton Grand Sacramento

Camellia/Gardenia Room

1230 J Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

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Learn about the critical intersection of curriculum program/course design and approval with institutional financial aid and apportionment eligibility.

 

General Information

Find out about your college/district compliance status on curriculum design and process. Learn to determine your college/district risks, ability to identify common problems and identify requirements for programs to acquire state authorization. Training will be focused on curriculum/program approval and Financial Aid eligibility for such programs. This training will facilitate a higher degree of communication and collaboration between the financial aid and the instruction side of the college. Participants will leave with a process of best practices to ensure continued financial aid eligibility for their college/district curriculum programs/courses.
 

Workshop Schedule/Registration/Cost

Be prepared for this training by bringing printed copies of the following:
• College’s curriculum inventory (one copy will be provided by CO’s)
• Federal Financial Aid agreement participation (PPA)
• Course catalog
• School based software listing courses, programs, and certificates conferred
Registration is required through Eventbrite. There is a $50 per-person registration fee for attending. Registration includes lunch as well as morning and afternoon beverages. Participants are responsible for travel and any parking costs. This one-day workshop is tentatively scheduled from 9:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a team of that includes the following representatives: the Curriculum Chair, Financial Aid Director and Admissions & Records Director. In addition, it is also suggested to extend the invitation to the college’s CIO/dean, CSSO/dean, Academic Senators and Curriculum Specialists.
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Maureen Akal at Makal0361@icloud.com or (630) 337-3004.

Resources

Flyer: The Role of Curriculum in Maintaining Your Institution’s Financial Aid Eligibility Training Workshop (pdf)

Workbook: The Role of Curriculum in Institutional Financial Aid Eligibility (pdf)

Sep
22

Hilton Irvine/Orange County Airport

Crystal Ballroom

18800 MacArthur Boulevard Irvine, CA  92612

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General Information

The 2015-16 state budget provided the California Community Colleges system with $60 million in one-time funds for colleges to adopt or expand evidence-based practices that boost student success. Of the 85 colleges that submitted applications for this program, 43 were awarded funds to implement their plans.

To assist colleges in this implementation, the Chancellor’s Office’s Academic Affairs division is teamed with the Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (IEPI) to sponsor a two-day summit to connect colleges with groups that specialize in the practices and interventions your college will be implementing. The summit also provided opportunities for attendees to meet with other colleges seeking to implement similar practices, and to develop a game plan so that your implementation team can hit the ground running.

 

Questions? 

For questions related to this workshop, contact Brooke Scallion at bscallion@clpccd.org or (925) 249-9371.

Workshop Materials

Flyer: Community Colleges Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program Kick-Off Summit (pdf) 

Presentations

Program: Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program Kick-Off Summit (pdf)

Advanced Tips & Tricks: Transforming Basic Skills Grant Workshop (pdf) (ppt)

Multiple Measures Assessment: Development, Implementation, and Results (pdf) (ppt)

Let Them In: Increasing Access, Completion, and Equity in College (pdf )(ppt)

Corequsite Remediation (pdf) (ppt)

Assessment and Multiple Measures: Requirements, Evidence, and Best Practices (pdf)

Aug
2

Doubletree Hotel, Sacramento

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IEPI Inmate Education Training Workshop

Is your college ready to teach “behind the walls” and make an important
impact on our prison population?

 

General Information

Inmate education is perhaps more important now than ever. As the population of incarcerated people in California increases and evidence accumulates about the effectiveness of prison education programs on recidivism, community colleges are poised to take the lead in educating this unique segment of our state’s population. Through this training, we will explore how your district can effectively develop and implement a high quality face-to-face and distance education program. This workshop will also include a visit to a partnering correctional institution where attendees will have the opportunity to see first-hand the classroom environment, meet and hear from prison education and custody staff, and speak with current community college students on the inside.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a small team of representatives including faculty,
administrators, and instructional support and student services personnel. Attendees will leave this training with a practical understanding of the rules and regulations surrounding inmate education environment, strategies for identifying California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) partners, best practices in course and program selection, and strategies for recruiting the training faculty.


Details/ Schedule

Monday, June 20, & Tuesday, June 21
Chaffey College
w/Tour of (CIW)
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Brooke Scallion at bscallion@clpccd.org or (925) 249-9371
 

Resources:

Flyer (pdf) (doc)

Agenda (pdf) (doc)

 

Jun
20

Chaffey College
Chino Campus
5897 College Park Avenue
Chino, CA 91710 

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IEPI Inmate Education Training Workshop

Is your college ready to teach “behind the walls” and make an important impact on our prison population?

 

General Information

Inmate education is perhaps more important now than ever. As the population of incarcerated people in California increases and evidence accumulates about the effectiveness of prison education programs on recidivism, community colleges are poised to take the lead in educating this unique segment of our state’s population. Through this training, we will explore how your district can effectively develop and implement a high quality face-to-face and distance education program. This workshop will also include a visit to a partnering correctional institution where attendees will have the opportunity to see first-hand the classroom environment, meet and hear from prison education and custody staff, and speak with current community college students on the inside.
 

Who Should Attend?

Each college is encouraged to send a small team of representatives including faculty,
administrators, and instructional support and student services personnel. Attendees will leave this training with a practical understanding of the rules and regulations surrounding inmate education environment, strategies for identifying California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation (CDCR) partners, best practices in course and program selection, and strategies for recruiting the training faculty.


Details/ Schedule

Wednesday, June 8, & Thursday, June 9
Bakersfield College
w/Tour of Kern Valley State Prison
 

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Brooke Scallion at bscallion@clpccd.org or (925) 249-9371

Resources:

Flyer (pdf) (doc)

Agenda (pdf) (doc)

 

Jun
8

Bakersfield College
DELANO CAMPUS
1450 Timmons Avenue
Delano, CA 93215

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General Information

How can your district or college better structure support both inside and outside the classroom to maximize student success? Student Support (Re)defined is a multiyear study by the California Community College system’s RP Group that identifies, through interviews with nearly 900 students, the six most critical factors contributing to student progress and achievement. These factors include providing direction to students, keeping them focused on their goals, helping them feel connected, and creating a campus culture that engagesnurtures, and values all students. Additional information about this study is available online at http://rpgroup.org/projects/student-support. The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative and RP Group offered insight on how to integrate these success factors into students’ daily experiences at your college. Attendees had an opportunity to share what your college is doing, learn about successful strategies at other colleges, and reflect on ways their college’s policies and practices could better support student success and institutional effectiveness. 

On The Agenda

  • What is Student Support (Re)defined and the connection to IEPI?
  • What initiatives, programs or activities are colleges doing that connect to the six success factors?
  • What does Student Support (Re)defined look like in action from peer colleges?

Teams discussed strategies for implementing new ideas and/or expanding existing ideas and connecting them to the IEPI Framework of Indicators.

 

Questions?

For questions related to this workshop contact Ronnie Slimp at rslimp@cccco.edu or (916) 323-3233.

Workshop Materials

Student Support (Re)defined Presentation (ppt) (pdf)

What is Student Support (Re)defined? (pdf)

10 Ways Faculty Can Support Students’ Success (pdf)

10 Ways Everyone Can Help Support Student Success (pdf)

Six Factors of Student Success: Action Planning (pdf)

The Institutional Effectiveness Partnership Initiative (pdf)

Mar
18

City College of San Francisco (Ocean Campus)
50 Phelan Avenue, San Francisco, CA 93112

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General Information

Increasingly, colleges are examining employment outcomes and evaluating regional labor market data to support both planning and evaluation of career and technical education (CTE) programs. However, many colleges struggle to access and understand these new sources of information. 

This day-long training walked participants through a suite of resources and a new grant program that would help their college gather the data they need, understand how to integrate it into processes like program review and planning, and utilize tools that provide this information in a user-friendly format.  Finally, they had the opportunity to examine the outcomes of their college’s programs on the newly released LaunchBoard Program Snapshot tool. 

By Attending this training,  participating colleges were eligible for 10 hours of technical assistance and $50,000 to support CTE data usage.  Additional information is available online at: doingwhatmatters.cccco.edu

Questions?

For questions related to workshop registration, contact Brooke Scallion at bscallion@clpccd.org or (925) 249-9371.

Resources

Flyer: CTE Data Unlocked (doc) (pdf)

Mar
11

Friday, March 11 - Central/Motherlode Region

Friday, March 18 - South Central Coast Region

Friday, April 1 - North/Far North Region           

Friday, April 15 - LA/Orange County Region

Friday, April 29 - Bay Area Region

Friday, May 6 - Inland Empire Region

Friday, May 13 - San Diego/Imperial Region

General Information

With new funding allocations, changing regulations and the related compliance requirements, it is more important than ever to stay current to ensure fiscal compliance and integrity and achieve a successful audit. We know that Student Success and Student Equity, and the related funding, have become a major priority for the community college system. Add to that the new full-time faculty funding, base funding and access funding methodologies. This workshop provided an overview of what auditors are expected to look for based on the CDAM, the top audit findings identified and potential solutions, the state and federal regulations that govern the audit process, who is responsible for fiscal oversight of instructional, grant and categorical programs and how to effectively gather audit evidence. The workshop also reviewed effective practices to ensure fiscal compliance with related regulations that govern the fiscal activity of a community college. 

A good audit is the foundation for fiscal integrity but it is based on the accuracy and attention to detail of daily financial transactions and the related oversight. The  Framework of Indicators and respective targets that have recently been identified statewide through IEPI and established by each district set a framework for fiscal integrity. Participants learned how the Framework of Indicators and other tools would help standardize and simplify the information required to determine and maintain fiscal integrity of your district. 

 

Questions?

For questions related to this workshop contact Ronnie Slimp at rslimp@cccco.edu or (916) 323-3233.

Resources

Flyer -Audit & Fiscal Compliance: Develop Strategies to Navigate a Successful Audit and Maintain Fiscal Integrity (pdf) 

Credit SSSP Revised Match Memo (pdf)

Feb
19

College of the Canyons University Center
26455 Rockwell Canyon Road, Santa Clarita

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General Information

The 2015-16 state budget provided the California Community College system with $60 million in one-time funds for campuses to adopt or expand evidence-based practices that boost student success. These funds were available to colleges that articulated a compelling plan for adopting or expanding two or more high-impact strategies that transform basic skills outcomes. The Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program workshops followed the Chancellor’s Office release of a Request for Applications on January 21, 2016. Applications were due to the Chancellor’s Office on March 25, 2016. All community colleges and college centers that received a separate Basic Skills Initiative allocation within a district were eligible to apply for the grant funding. 

To assist colleges in the development of their funding application, IEPI sponsored four workshops featuring practitioners and other experts who provided information on a variety of evidence-based and nationally recognized principles and practices related to basic skills (such as contextualizing instruction and offering statistics-based remedial pathways to students). The goal was for attendees to leave these highly interactive workshops with a set of high-impact strategies to incorporate in their college’s funding application.

Resources

Flyer: Basic Skills and Student Outcomes Transformation Program (doc) (pdf)

Clovis Workshop Materials 
Costa Mesa Workshop Materials
Oakland Workshop Materials 
Riverside Workshop Materials  

 

Feb
11

Thursday, February 11 at Clovis Community College (Herndon Campus)

Tuesday, February 16 at Hilton Orange County/Costa Mesa 

Monday, February 22 at Hilton Oakland Airport  

Wednesday, March 2 at Riverside Marriott at the Convention Center 
 

General Information

It is believed that in academic years 2014-17, California Community Colleges will experience an increase in full-time faculty hiring not seen for nearly two decades, with an estimated 1,100 new full-time faculty members this academic year alone. Yet, in the past ten years, only 20 to 30 percent of full-time faculty hires were from underrepresented groups.

The educational benefits of having a diverse faculty are evident, as studies show that institutions with a diverse faculty closed student achievement gaps by 20 to 50 percent. Fairlie, R. W., Hoffman, F., Oreopoulos, P. (2014). A Community College Instructor Like Me: Race and Ethnicity Interactions in the Classroom. American Economic Review, 104(8): 2567-2591.

Education Code Section 87100 states the need for a “work force that is continually responsive to the needs of a diverse student population [which] may be achieved by ensuring that all persons receive an equal opportunity to compete for employment and promotion within the community college districts and by eliminating barriers to equal employment opportunity.” Title 5 Section 53003 requires that hiring committees be trained on the educational benefits of workforce diversity, the elimination of bias in hiring decisions, and best practices in serving on a selection or screening committee. 

 

Questions?

For questions related to this workshop contact Ronnie Slimp at rslimp@cccco.edu or (916) 323-3233.

Resources

Flyer: EEO & Equity In Hiring (doc) (pdf)

IEPI Presentation (ppt) (pdf)

EEO & Equity In Faculty Hiring: Federal and State Laws (ppt) (pdf)

Robert Fairlie's Presentation by Jackie Reza - Improving Success among Underrepresented Community College Students (ppt) (pdf)

EEO Training Rubric (doc) (pdf)

The Neuroscience of Decision-Making by Kimberly Papillon

Kimberly Papillon Biography (pdf)
Curriculum Cover Page (pdf)

Twelve Steps and Strategies for Increasing Fairness and Eliminating Unconscious/Implicit Association in Decision-Making (pdf)

Decision-Making Matrix (pdf)

Summary of and Comment on an fMRI Study on How We Judge People Who Are like Us and Not like Us (pdf)

Moral Credentialing for Educators (pdf)   

 

Webinar Links

Institutional Effectiveness and EEO (9/28/2015)

Best Practices and the Law on Selection Committee, the Interview, and Deliberation (10/14/2015)       

After Making the Hire and Promoting Inclusion (10/23/2015)

Jan
8

Friday, January 8 at Moorpark College 

Thursday, January 14 at MiraCosta College 

Monday, January 25 at North Orange County CCD 

Friday, January 29 at Chabot College

Wednesday, February 10 at Clovis Community College 

Tuesday, February 16 at Yuba College

Friday, February 19 at LA Trade and Technical College 

General information

Demands on colleges to create plans continue to increase. For our colleges to be effective, these plans need to be integrated with each other and with resource allocation, facilities development, student services, curriculum development, course offering plans, hiring and technology procurement. In this workshop, several colleges shared effective practices developed for integrated planning  and discused challenges they encountered in the process.  Teams from attending colleges engaged in structured activities to apply these best practices.

 

Questions?

For questions related to this workshop contact Ronnie Slimp at rslimp@cccco.edu or (916) 323-3233.

Resources

DeAnza College, Dec. 17, 2015
Integrated Planning: Adapting Practices for your College (ppt)

Coast CCD, Jan. 22, 2016
Integrated Planning: Adapring Practices for your College (ppt)

College of the Canyons
Integrated Planning: Adapting Practuces for your College (ppt)

Dec
17

DeAnza College, Dec. 17, 2015

Coast CCD, Jan. 22, 2016

College of the Canyons, Feb. 26. 2016