Strong Workforce for CEOs and Trustees

The Community College League of California developed two series of videos to assist CEOs and trustees learn more about career education and develop robust programs. Each of the two modules are broken into five sections, such as “Implementing a Regional Approach for CTE” (for CEOs) and “The Trustee Role in Building High Quality CTE Programs” (for trustees).

Be sure to share these modules with your:

  • Board of Trustees
  • Career Education Team
  • College Leadership

Dual Enrollment

Dual enrollment programs help increase career and college readiness, achieve educational equity, and increase access to post-secondary education. This module provides a brief introduction to dual enrollment and then explores the specifics of the students, courses, schools, and faculty that will most benefit from a CCAP agreement and how an agreement can be initiated.

Be sure to share this module with your:

  • Dual Enrollment Office Leadership and Staff

Improving Equity in Campus Hiring

Diversity in campus hiring improves equity in student outcomes, and the greatest gains are seen by historically underrepresented student populations. This module covers the benefits, ongoing need, and practical application of improving equitable hiring at the California Community Colleges. Participants will also learn about several promising practices related to equity in campus hiring.

Be sure to share this module with your:

  • Human Resources Staff
  • Hiring Committee Members
  • Instructional Faculty
  • Classified Staff
  • Trustees

Pursuing the Vision for Success

Our system has adopted the Vision for Success, which includes bold goals and commitments to transform our students’ outcomes. This newly redesigned module explores how the goals and commitments connect to Guided Pathways and what changes our system is undergoing in order to achieve them.

Be sure to share this module with everyone on your campus. The Vision for Success is the guiding “north star” for the CCC. All faculty, staff, administrators, and trustees will benefit from understanding the Vision goals and how Guided Pathways is supporting work towards those goals.

Leading Guided Pathways Reform: The Role of the Board

This module offers information for board members on how they can support Guided Pathways implementation in their local college or district. The content is derived from a workshop at the 2017 CCLC Annual Trustees Conference, delivered by Josh Wyner, founder of the College Excellence Program at the Aspen Institute.

Be sure to share this module with your:

  • Guided Pathways Committee
  • Board of Trustees
  • College Leadership