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Spring Fling 2017

On Friday at the Spring Plenary Session, April 21st, 2017, the Foundation will hold a dinner, dance, and raffle contest. On Saturday April 22, 2017 the raffle prize winners will be announced.  All proceeds benefit the Foundation’s mission to enhance the excellence of the California community colleges by sustained support for professional development of the faculty in the furtherance of effective teaching and learning practices. Please visit our donation page if you have any item to contribute.

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Fall Session 2016

The 2016 Fall Plenary Session will be held at the Westin South Coast Plaza in Costa Mesa, 686 Anton Blvd, Costa Mesa, CA 92626 from Thursday November 3, 2016 to Saturday November 5, 2016. To register click here.
This year, the Foundation will hold nominations to elect future directors to support the ongoing efforts of the Academic Senate and to promote leadership opportunities within faculty membership. The Foundation will also hold its annual reception, providing ample space to network amongst peers. Join us for cocktails and hors d’oeuvres as we celebrate the work of the Foundation and its supporters.

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PDC

Looking for some professional development opportunities? Check out our newly updated Professional Development College (PDC) curriculum offered through the ASCCC, made possible by the Academic Senate Foundation. The ASCCC initiated the PDC in 2014 to serve as a comprehensive professional development resource for all faculty, staff, and administrators in the California Community Colleges. If you complete all five online curriculum courses, you will be eligible to receive the Curriculum Development Certificate of Completion.  More information….

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Serving Our Faculty

The specific purposes of this corporation are to benefit, support, and enhance the excellence of California community colleges; to support, design and implement professional development for California community college faculty; to research, develop and communicate effective practices to promote effective teaching and learning in the California community colleges; and to promote a variety of activities and strategies to advance teaching and learning.