Events

Adopt-A-Family Benefit
For City College Students
Applications are available starting November in Student Affairs, Room D-106.
The City College Classified Senate sponsors an annual Adopt-a-Family benefit to support City College students and their families. Through Adopt-a-Family, select families will receive gift cards good for: holiday meals, clothing, and local marketplaces. Gifts will be awarded before the semester ends.

Students will be able to apply during the month of November (through Student Affairs) and applications will be reviewed in December. The criteria used in the selection process is based on:

1) enrollment,
2) total units,
3) number of dependents,
4) single parent status,
5) income, and
6) other special circumstances.

Donations are accepted YEAR ROUND and may be made in the following ways:

1. Place in Classified Senate mailbox in mailroom, A-8 
2. Send to (or visit) Yvonne, Room AH-519A
3. Send to (or visit) Awana, Room L-121
4. Send to (or visit) Neary, Room MS-551
5. Send to (or visit) Angela, E-building

* Please make checks payable to SDCC Classified Senate.

Thank you in advance for your contribution.


Conferences/Professional Development


EEO and Diversity Training for Screening/Selection Committees

Completion of the “EEO and Diversity Training for Screening/Selection Committees” qualifies you to serve in any capacity (on the screening/selection committee) for 3 years from the date of your training. If you anticipate participating on a District Screening Committee, in any capacity, you are encouraged to register for the training now.

Please e-mail Edwin Hiel ehiel@sdccd.edu to register.

For a list of scheduled EEO training sessions, visit the EEO website.

Equal Employment Opportunity & Equity in Faculty Hiring Regional Trainings
Thursday, January 14, 2016 from 10:00 am - 3:30 ppm


It is believed that in academic years 2014-17, California Community Colleges will experience an increase in full-time faculty hiring not seen for nearly two decades, with an estimated 1,100 new full-time faculty members this academic year alone.  Yet, in the past ten years, only 20 to 30 percent of full-time faculty hires were from underrepresented groups.

The education benefits of having a diverse faculty are evident, as studies show that institutions with a diverse faculty closed student achievement gaps by 20 to 50 percent.

Education Code Section 87100 states the need for a "work force is continually responsive to the needs of diverse student population [which] may be achieved by ensuring that all persons receive an equal opportunity to compete for employment and promotion within the community college districts and by eliminating barriers to equal employment opportunity." Title 5 Section 53003 requires that hiring committees be trained on the educational benefits of workforce diversity, the elimination of bias in hiring decisions, and best practices in serving on a selection or screening committee.

All regional trainings will take place from 10 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. (Moorpark College 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.)  Registration is required through Event Brite.  There is a $50 registration fee for attending (lunch is included).

For a full list of other training locations and dates, see here.
To register for MiraCosta College: http://eeo-equityinfacultyhiring-miracosta-01142016.eventbrite.com

Tutor Expo at San Diego City College
Friday, March 11, 2016 from 8:30 - 4:00 and Saturday, March 12, 2016 from 8:30 to 12:00


Tutor Expo '16, the third annual state conference by and for postsecondary tutors, faculty, staff, and administrators connected to tutoring and learning assistance within the California community college system, will be held in sunny San Diego on March 11 and 12, 2016. Presentations will address topics such as tutor training, faculty-tutor collaboration, supplemental instruction, online tutoring, discipline-specific tutoring, program development, and more. Tutor Expo '16 is offered through 3CSN's newest community of practice, the Learning Assistance Project, whose mission is to work across campuses to sustain a community of educators toward the professionalization of postsecondary tutoring and learning assistance.

Follow this: https://tutorexpo16sd.eventbrite.com

Classified Leadership Institute 2016