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       CCC Chancellor's Office
    Legislation creating the Board of Governors was passed in 1967, setting the effective date of separation from the State Board of Education as July 1, 1968. On that date some staff were transferred from the state Department of Education to the new entity, and the BOG held its first official meeting that month. The first permanent Chancellor, Sidney Brossman, started Sept. 1, 1968.

       CCC Confer - Making Meetings Work
    CCC Confer was designed to allow communication and collaboration, using the latest Web conferencing technology, for all staff, faculty and administrators in the California Community Colleges system. It is ADA and Section 508 accessible.

       CCC Equal Employment Opportunity Information
    The Office of the General Counsel is responsible for assisting community college districts in providing equal employment opportunities. It is also responsible for providing policy development, technical assistance, training, services, monitoring, and compliance activities. Some specific areas include: managing the Job Registry; assisting districts in developing and monitoring its equal employment opportunity plans; and monitoring several equal employment opportunity projects.

       CCC Map
    This is the statewide map of all the community colleges in California.

       CCC Minimum Qualifications Guideline
    The CCC Minimum Qualifications Guideline is a 70+ page comprehensive document with specific definitions of standards that meet faculty and vocational requirements in order to be an instructor. The Education Code and Title 5 Regulations as they pertain to Minimum Qualifications are also addressed.

       Foundation for CCC
    An innovative non-profit, the Foundation for California Community Colleges is dedicated to serving education and community through outstanding practices, creative initiatives and entrepreneurial spirit.

       icanaffordcollege.com
    The “I Can Afford College” campaign is a statewide, financial aid awareness initiative sponsored by the California Community Colleges. The campaign got its start back in 2004, shortly after the California community colleges increased their enrollment fees. The governor and the state legislature wanted to make sure Californians knew how to make college affordable, so they set aside money to create an awareness campaign about financial aid. The “I Can Afford College” campaign is funded by the State of California, through Proposition 98. This website is one of the main elements of the campaign. Since the site was launched, it has received more than 2.5 million visits. Additionally, the number of community college students who receive some type of financial aid has gone up by nearly 70 percent since 2004. Our goal at “I Can Afford College” is simple. We want to let students and parents know that: California community colleges are affordable. Financial aid is available year-



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       SDICCCA Regional Faculty Internship Program
    The SDICCCA Regional Faculty Internship Program is an important community college faculty training program for people interested in a community college teaching or counseling career. This program is a major initiative by the San Diego and Imperial Counties Community College Association (SDICCCA), in cooperation with San Diego State University (SDSU), to identify, recruit, train, prepare, and help place people interested in California community colleges as faculty and counselors. It has been in operation since 1994.



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       EdJoin
    The Education Job Opportunity Network is portal to thousands of K-12 teaching and other education job openings throughout California.



back to top Other Community College Information
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       3CSN (California Community Colleges' Success Network)
    3CSN's Theory of Change If we provide training on networking and use action research methodologies, community college professionals will transform their environments and identities to create communities of practice that will produce powerful learning and working across campuses. This will lead to greater student success. 3CSN's Mission Develop leaders in California community colleges who have the capacity to facilitate networks of faculty, staff, and students for curricular and institutional redesigns in support of increased student access, success, equity, and completion. Values and shared assumptions: • Everybody (students, faculty, staff) has the right to ongoing, sustained, and rigorous learning experiences to further their personal, educational, and professional growth • Learning is a network-forming process: connections and relationships are crucial to the learning process • Deep learning and leadership are facilitated by maintaining: o An appreciative inquiry mindset, i.

       Community College League of California (CCLC)
    The Community College League of California is a nonprofit public benefit corporation whose voluntary membership consists of the 72 local community college districts in California.