California Community Colleges Veterans Summit
We owe tremendous gratitude to our military veterans who have endured immense sacrifice in defense of our nation.
The Veterans Summit is designed to share information and best practices for faculty, administrators and staff who work with student veterans on California Community College, California State University, and University of California campuses.Find out more »
FACCC’s Policy Forum in held annually at a community college campus to examine policy discussions affecting California Community College faculty.
This year’s focus is inclusivity at community colleges, lifelong learning, student support, and other critical issues.Find out more »
Keynote Speaker: Erwin Chemerinsky, Dean, UC Berkeley Law
Erwin is the author of ten books, including two books published by Yale University Press in 2017, Closing the Courthouse Doors: How Your Constitutional Rights Became Unenforceable and Free Speech on Campus (with Howard Gillman. He frequently argues appellate cases, including in the United States Supreme Court.
In 2016, he was named a fellow of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences. In January 2017, National Jurist magazine again named Dean Chemerinsky as the most influential person in legal education in the United States.Find out more »
Join us as we analyze the 2017-2018 community college budget, and discuss strategies for successful negotiations. The Budget Workshop will take place on Monday, September 25, at El Torito restaurant, San Leandro.Find out more »
Los Rios College Federation of Teachers and Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Education Institute are hosting the annual full-day Health, Benefits, and Retirement Conference on Tuesday, August 21 at Sacramento City College. Come hear from experts on financial planning, retirement, health benefits, local budget, and more for staff, administrators and full and part-time faculty.Find out more »
You don’t need to be a Democrat or Republican to join the FACCC PAC hospitality suites at the state party conventions, only a desire to represent California Community Colleges with elected officials, candidates for elected office, and other delegates. CA Democratic Party Convention Saturday, February 24 Room 24AB – San Diego Convention Center 10:00pm – Midnight This is a no cost event and no RSVP is required. A similar event will be held at the California Republican Party Convention.Find out more »
Legislative appointments deadline extednded to Monday, February13.
Our New Realities In California and Washington, D.C. Analysis and Action
Just as Sacramento is the focal point for State legislative activity, FACCC’s Advocacy & Policy Conference is the centerpiece of policy, information, and advocacy for community college faculty. This is the place where you’ll receive the most up-to-date information on budget, legislative and retirement issues, and where you’ll translate that knowledge into action. We’re going to sharpen your skills, challenge your comfort zone, and connect you with other faculty in community colleges.
Surviving Disruptive Politics: Community Colleges in a Changed World.
Join a distinguished panel of faculty and student leaders discussing what is ahead for our system.The conversation will focus on three main areas: Faculty, Accreditation, and Serving our Students.
The program includes lunch and is free to faculty participants who register by January 16.Find out more »
AFA and Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Education Institute will host the first Benefits & Retirement conference on Friday, September 9 at Santa Rosa Junior College. We offer workshops designed to assist you in understanding district benefits and how to plan for retirement. CalSTRS speakers will provide the latest updates and answer your questions.Find out more »
Come join us in Santa Barbara for an unforgettable adventure that will revitalize your approach to teaching. California Great Teachers Seminar is a high energy summer retreat sponsored by the Faculty Association of California Community Colleges Education Institute that brings faculty members together to learn from each other, exchange innovations and explore solutions to common problems. The seminar is not an assembly of “great teachers” but an annual gathering of dedicated educators in search of the “great teacher” within. With no experts or keynote speakers, the seminar is based on the principle that faculty are the experts in teaching and learn best from one another.Find out more »