You are invited to join the NOCCCD Board of Trustees for Strategic Conversation #11: “Student Success NOCCCD” beginning with a social hour and refreshments at 4 p.m. Tuesday, October 27, in the Fullerton College Center Large Conference Room.
Session I - How would you define student success?
Participants will discuss and compare their definitions of student success with the core indicators of student success established by Northern Maine Community College. Each table’s three to five priority indicators will be reported out to the large group in 30-second summaries.
Session II - Who had a positive or negative impact on you and how did this help or hinder your success as a student?
After a short break, participants will convene in different groups for the second session to share how people made positive and negative impacts to help or hinder their success as students. The implications of these experiences will be tied to the core indicators for student success, followed by reports out to the large group.
Bonus Session - Trivia Game
Participants will have the opportunity to enjoy playing an exclusive and fun game of trivia, created especially for Strategic Conversation #11: “Student Success NOCCCD.”
Please RSVP with your name and district/campus location by October 16, 2009 to: NOCCCD Public Affairs at firstname.lastname@example.org
SCE’s Adult College and Career Transition Program (ACCT) is partnering with Fullerton College and Cypress College during the month of October to promote transition from noncredit to credit courses. All faculty and staff are invited to encourage their students to attend the following event:
Fullerton College - Operation Career Launch
Thursday, October 22, 2009
10:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Seminar/Speakers (Wilshire Auditorium, 315 E. Wilshire Street, Fullerton)
1 - 6 p.m. Career Fair Open House (FC Quad Area)
Join in with top educational, military, political and community leaders to discuss why the future of our workforce depends on Career Technical Education programs. California Community Colleges Chancellor Dr. Jack Scott to speak, among others.
FC Operation Career Launch Flier [PDF]
Each year in celebration of Halloween, Older Adults Program (OAP) Senior Topics instructor Hildy L. S. Fisher participates in Sight Night - part of a national collection drive conducted annually by One Sight and Lions Club International. Sight Night involves collecting used eye/sunglasses for donation to the Lions Club. The donated eyeglasses are sorted, categorized by prescription, labeled and distributed to those in need throughout the world.. Please bring your old eyeglasses to the OAP office in Building B adjacent to the Anaheim Campus anytime from October 1 - December 31, 2009. For more information, contact Lora Bronson at 714-808-4904.
Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger awarded $27 million in grants to 34 recipients to jump-start the California Clean Energy Workforce Training Program (CEWTP), the largest state-sponsored green jobs training program in the nation. Under the this first phase of the program workers will be prepared for hands-on jobs, such as installing solar panels and maintaining electric vehicles to computer programming and researching fuel cell technologies, to developing the state’s low-carbon, clean energy economy of tomorrow.
“California’s goals in renewable energy development, climate change reduction, clean transportation and green building are driving green job growth - and these funds are pivotal to building a workforce to meet that demand,” said Governor Schwarzenegger. “This program represents the kind of innovative thinking needed to steer our economy toward a greener future while targeting the unemployed, underemployed and new workforce members at a time when we must do everything possible to help Californians return to work.”
A total of 34 grantees throughout California were chosen to receive program funding through a competitive process. They anticipate training 5,600 participants for clean, Green jobs.
SCE invites all faculty, staff, students and community members to participate in a variety of events in honor of Latino Heritage Month:
Cypress College Culinary Arts Presents Latino Cuisine at The Bistro during Latino Heritage Month. The Bistro is open from 12 noon - 1 p.m. For Bistro reservations, please e-mail email@example.com
In addition, SCE proudly supports the activities hosted by Cypress College and Fullerton College: