The AEBG Office is looking for qualified candidates to serve on the Adult Education Field Team, a group of adult education professionals who will work together to ensure that high-quality and effective programs are delivered at the regional level so California's adult learners have access to the education and resources they need to meet their educational and career goals. The team's role is to provide recommendations to the AEBG Office to help ensure the AEBG program is being implemented properly and effectively.
If you are interested in serving on the team, apply by Oct. 23. Those who are selected will be notified by Nov. 30. The term of service for selected members will be three years, to coincide with the required consortium three-year planning process.
Scope of Responsibilities
The team will meet as needed or, at a minimum, quarterly (travel costs will be paid for by the consortium or member). During the meetings, the AEBG Office will brief members on relevant matters, actions and issues. There will be facilitated discussion and problem solving with the end goal being a set of recommendations that have adult learners' best interests in mind and that meet the goals of state legislation and funding requirements.
Open Application and Endorsement
The AEBG Office is looking for qualified applicants (see application for criteria) who can commit to attending all required meetings, engage in collaborative discussion and problem solving and make learner-centered recommendations. Applicants must receive the endorsement of at least two adult education professionals. One endorsement must be made by a representative of the applicant's adult education consortium, which certifies that the consortium as a whole is supportive of the application. Applications will be accepted through an online portal with the assistance of AEBG TAP.