Are you ready for some in-person fun and learning at the CCCAOE Fall Conference?

WE ARE!  

We are gearing up for the 2021 In-Person Conference on September 29 - October 1, where we'll be celebrating Career Education and offering a unique learning experience. Join attendees, exhibitors, and presenters to learn new skills, discuss promising practices, and dive into the latest issues and resources in Career Education.

Don't miss the opportunity to share your knowledge and expertise by completing the call for presentation request. 
Questions to consider:
  • Does the presentation inform the promotional products industry about proven practices, push the leading edge of the profession, and motivate the pursuit of excellence?
  • Does the proposal adequately explain what will occur in the session?
  • How engaging is the presentation likely to be?
  • How well does this proposal deliver positive, solution-oriented outcomes supported by research and/or program evaluation?
  • How well does this presentation fit the content area description and focus points?
  • Will this reach a specific level of the audience (general, novice, intermediate, advanced, executive, etc.)? 

You won't want to miss this year's conference!!

Amy
DEADLINE is 3 WEEKS AWAY!
CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR FALL 2021
IN-PERSON AND VIRTUAL CONFERENCES
Submission Deadline is June 4, 2021

This fall, we are seeking proposals for both
in-person and virtual conferences.

In-Person is September 29 - October 1
Virtual Conference begins on October 12.

The CCCAOE planning committee for the Fall Conference is looking for proposals that lead to creating inclusive conditions and sustainable action in the following areas: 
  • Strong Workforce Program
  • Perkins
  • Regional Promising Practices 
  • Industry Partnership Success Stories
  • Apprenticeship
  • Strong K12 pathways/dual enrollment models
  • Inclusive Practices targeting at-promise populations
  • and more

Workshops should provide promising practices that support student success, high-quality professional learning opportunities, student engagement & retention, system practices, using data to build high-quality programs, and building diverse hiring practices.
FALL 2021 CONFERENCES
REGISTRATION OPEN FOR BOTH
Why Attend?
Who Should Attend?
We invite educational leaders within Career and Workforce Education including faculty, K-12 career educators, employers, industry experts, or sponsors partnering with a community college.
Hotel reservations will open up the first week of June.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT SERIES
THREE MORE SESSIONS
NEXT:
How to be a Conscious Leader
with the amazing
Kimberly Barker and Lisa Wilson!

The zoom link is the same every week.
Click here to



Meeting ID: 859 6922 0810

We have created a safe space to be vulnerable, to share,
to be heard and to actively listen and hear.

Join this dynamic conversation.

Each session stands alone and does not
require participation in all sessions.

Please share far and wide. We have learners joining us all the way from Detroit!

These conversations are a safe space to be vulnerable, to listen and to share. 

Together, we can make a difference. 
If you missed sessions and want to learn more,
the first part of ALL the sessions are
Your Facilitators:

Lisa M. Wilson M.Ed.
Creator/Activist/Co-Founder

Kimberly L. Barker M.Ed./Ph.D. Candidate 
Assistant Professor/Director of Teacher Accelerated Preparation Program, C.A.R.E. Co-Founder, Child and Family Education Advocate, Social Activist

Tonette Salter MS Psychology
Equity Analyst - CA Perkins Joint Special Populations Advisory Committee (JSPAC)
Foundation for Grossmont and Cuyamaca Colleges/GCCCD Auxiliary Organization

Amy Christianson M.Ed.
CCCAOE Executive Director

Mike Walsh, MAOM
CEO/President Beacon Results

Dr. Adriene "Alex" Davis
Assistant Vice Chancellor of EWD, Educ. Services Division, Rancho Santiago C. College District

Exec. Dir., L A Orange County Regional Consortium


The zoom link is the same every week.




Meeting ID: 859 6922 0810
Wednesdays at 6 PM

Apr 21 - Racial consciousness

Apr 28 - Building Spaces of Belonging

May 5 - Facilitating Great Conversations

May 12 - How to be a Conscious Leader

May 19 - Understanding Belief Systems to move DEI work ahead

May 26 - Curriculum assessment DEIAB-
are you building it into your coursework? Culture audit
UPCOMING EVENTS
for Community College Stakeholders
The Building Equitable Economies series has focused on different aspects of inclusive sustainable development that fulfills the triple bottom line: balancing equity, environmental sustainability, and economic growth.  
Whether you are well into the DEI journey or just starting, the next Trustee Townhall will focus on effective partnerships between CEOs and Boards for advancing Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI). Both community college CEOs and trustees are invited to attend the townhall on Thursday, May 20th at 6:00 p.m.
Giving young women a chance to get (and stay) excited about being innovators and leaders in the fields of science, technology, engineering, entrepreneurship, the arts and mathematics.
We have expanded our Social Media Content.
Follow CCCAOE on the following
SOCIAL MEDIA PLATFORMS!
#careers4all
California Community College Association for Occupational Education
MISSION -
Champion for education and workforce success

VISION -
An education and career for everyone at anytime

#careers4all
CORE VALUES
Collaboration
Advocacy
Responsiveness
Equity
Empowerment
Relevance & Rigor
Service
CONTACT CCCAOE | EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR