E-Blast September 2019
As a subscriber, you will receive this E-Blast to your inbox every month. The goal of the E-Blast is to keep everyone in the NFN Regional Consortium up-to-date on news, events and other activities happening both in our region and the state. If you would like something placed into the E-blast and/or NFNRC Calendar, please send the information to email@example.com (please submit by 5pm on the first Monday of the month to be included in that month’s newsletter). A full calendar and more information can be found on the Member Hub of the NFNRC website.
Innovative Paths to Public Service (IPPS) has not only launched pilots and initiatives but now has the attention of community stakeholders and decision makers at a recent IPPS summit. A Collation of the willing and passionate work of individuals has come together to forge a conversation about the opportunities of the public service job market. The need to up-skill current public sector employees and attract highly skilled community members to work within the public sector is important work that many times goes overlook. We need community members and our youth to be aware of the opportunities that public sector jobs offer but not only that we need a public sector workforce that is reflective of our diverse communities. The summit was filled with an immense amount of information which was shared through a variety of presentations.
For more information visit the website: Innovative Paths to Public Service
Native American higher education advocates say that regardless of the reasons, the data highlight a big problem: California’s Native American population is large and growing and the state’s largest college system is not doing enough to support and recruit Native students. For information visit this site:
Health Information Technology
The Health Information Technology is currently working to finalize the draft Model Curriculum (MC) for Medical Coding, which has resulted in the creation of several descriptors. Once the MC and descriptors are finalized, the results will be posted on the C-ID website and an announcement will be made.
As a reminder, C-ID finalized nine (9) new Welding Technology descriptors for courses identified as part of a potential certificate for the discipline in spring 2019. The new descriptors have been posted and may be viewed on the C-ID website. Campuses may now submit courses for C-ID review to determine comparability.
5 Year Review Disciplines
The following disciplines are beginning their 5 Year Review process Fall 2019. Be on the lookout for vetting announcements to provide feedback regarding the TMC and descriptors!
· Computer Science
· Administration of Justice
· Early Childhood Education
Faculty Members Needed
As a faculty driven system, we always welcome faculty to participate as COREs and FDRG members. If you are interested in participating with C-ID, please see below for further details.
C-ID is seeking CCC faculty to participate as FDRG members for the following disciplines:
C-ID is seeking CSU faculty to participate as FDRG members for the following
If you are interested in participating as a CCC CORE for C-ID, please complete our CORE interest survey. If you are interested in becoming a CCC FDRG member for C-ID please complete our FDRG interest survey. If you would like more information regarding these roles, send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit our website. Please share this newsletter with any faculty that may be interested.
CSU CORE Recruitment
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Save the Date!
The California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office in coordination with the California Department of Education is gearing up to release the
2019-20 K12 Strong Workforce Program RFA.
Please join the kick off meeting on September 18, 2019 at 3:00 pm to discuss timelines and the application process for the coming year. This webinar is aimed at anyone who wants to know more about K12 SWP, including those from K-12 institutions, California Community Colleges and community, workforce and employer partners.
October 8, 2019
Far North Participating Colleges
College of the Redwoods
College of the Siskiyous
Feather River College
Location: Redding Ca @ the Red Lion Hotel 9:00-4:00
October 9, 2019
North Participating Colleges
Woodland Community College
Lake Tahoe Community College
Los Rios Community College District
American River College
Folsom Lake College
Sacramento City College
Cosumnes River College
Location: Elk Grove, Union Brick Conference Center 9:00-4:00
Join us in Fresno for the eighth annual gathering of leaders who share a commitment to expanding access to the California Dream for all regions. Our early bird discount is available for a limited time.
“The California Economic Summit will be a critical moment for us to come together.” – Governor Gavin Newsom
The 5th annual CTE Counselor Conference registration is open. Details of the conference are on the attached flyer, our guest speaker this year is Kevin Fleming, PhD. As a special bonus, all attendees will receive a copy of Dr. Fleming’s new book “(Re)Defining the Goal”
Early registration is highly recommended as this conference reaches max capacity every year. The conference is free to attend, feel free to send the flyer on to your colleagues.
For Questions, Contact Teri Munger (916) 724-9444 Munger.email@example.com
The position at Shasta College is now live! And can be viewed on the HR website: