ADVOCACY
It is critical to hear from you, especially now.
Please Participate in
CCCAOE’s Advocacy Survey.
We are actively involved in communication with your legislators.
Like you , the California Community College Association for Occupational Education (CCCAOE) has had to quickly reimagine the way we work and live in the wake of COVID-19. As CCCAOE collects the opinions, ideas, and thoughts of our members, we will able to better present the Career Education voice in the process. Let us know what is important to you, especially now as you transition in this rapidly changing environment.

Career and technical education programs are vital to the nation’s employment pipeline and merit increased attention in the current climate. Hearing directly from you will help us in communicating what is important to you and your constituents.

This is WHY completing this survey is critical to get your voice heard in legislation.


MEMBERSHIP ENGAGEMENT
What are your plans and needs?
As we all adjust and navigate in this new reality, we need to hear from you.

What are your plans for the CCCAOE Fall Conference?

Would you attend virtual if you can not attend in person meetings? 

What topics are of interest to you in Fall 2020?

WE ARE FOCUSED ON OUR GOALS IN PROVIDING MEANINGFUL EVENTS IN ACCORDANCE TO YOUR MISSION AND VISION

MISSION - Champion for education and workforce success.
 
VISION - An education and career for everyone at anytime.

HELP US BRING YOU WHAT YOU NEED.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
2020 Leadership Academy
August 31 to September 3

A respected leader, coach and facilitator, Mike has a passion for creating a structure of support for organizations that inspires individuals to connect their skills and talents in a meaningful way that leads to self-motivation.  

His ability for seamlessly integrating the goals of the individual with the desired outcomes of the team as a whole – leaving no one and nothing behind - is what has made him one of the most impactful results-producing facilitators in education administration, youth development and corporate development for over 20 years. 

Mike’s approach to work empowers people of all ages and walks of life, from high school students to senior corporate executives and veteran educators, to produce the tangible results that satisfy the human desire to make a difference in the world through their work.
FALL CONFERENCE PREPARATION
NEW OPTIONS AND DEADLINES
New Opportunity
Call for Early Bird Workshops - Fall 2020
We are also expanding our Early Bird Workshops.

Fall Conference will host multiple Early Bird Workshops on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 from 8 am to 11 am. These workshops can either be 1.5 hours or 3 hours.
We are accepting proposals now.
Deadline to apply is May 15, 2020.  

Call for Breakout Session Proposals - Fall 2020

We have begun planning for 2020 CCCAOE Fall Conference and we have expanded to FOUR Breakout Session Time Blocks. We are accepting Breakout Session Proposals now.

Deadline to apply is May 22, 2020 .

Room Requests - Fall 2020
A wonderful option for Meetings during Conference week.

If you are wanting to connect in a formal meeting space with your teams, request a room. This option is an additional charge to the conference fee and can accommodate your meeting needs including catered food.

Deadline to apply is September 15, 2020 .

Sponsorship Opportunities - Fall 2020
Your Partnership is Key

Together we work towards a stronger, smarter, and better-prepared workforce in California.
 
Sponsors signing up before June 30 will be included in the early release program posted in July.


REGIONAL SUCCESS STORIES
North Far North Regional Consortium Success Story

So many success stories are coming through the pipeline. We will now be featuring success stories from all across the state. These stories highlight the difference Career Education makes and celebrates those that make it happen. Featured Story excerpt:

"Putting Techs to the Test: Bethany Robarts of Mike Smith Aviation

Imagine the SATs … but on rocket fuel. That’s the test you’ll have to pass if you want to
become an airplane mechanic.
Graduates of the Sacramento City College program must pass an excruciating, eight-hour exam, covering 40 subject areas and three written examinations.
“Going into that test, I was obviously stressed because there is a lot of pressure on it,”
says program grad Bethany Robarts. To her surprise, by the time she finished, she
hadn’t even broken a sweat.
“I felt very over-prepared when I came out of it because Sac City had done such a
wonderful job giving me all the knowledge I needed — and then some!...”
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SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS!

California Community College Association for Occupational Education

MISSION - Champion for education and workforce success
 
VISION - An education and career for everyone at anytime
 
CORE VALUES
C ollaboration
A dvocacy
R esponsiveness
E quity
E mpowerment
R elevance & Rigor
S ervice

#careers4all

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