Category: Advocacy

CCA Part-Time Faculty Workshop: Applying for Unemployment Insurance Spring 2021

This presentation will walk you through the application process for Unemployment Insurance and answer common questions from part-time faculty about benefits under this program. Save your spot! Pre-register for one of the dates below:  March 11, 4pm-5pm May 4, 4pm-5pm  May 12, 5pm-6pm After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the meeting.  

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Town hall hosted by the Chancellor’s Office and CCA

You’re Invited SUPPORTING FACULTY DURING COVID-19 AND THE STATE RECOVERY A town hall hosted by the Chancellor’s Office and the Community College Association THURSDAY, MAY 28, 2020 12:00 – 1:30 PM COVID-19 has drastically changed the delivery of instruction. Across the state, faculty are innovating and adapting new teaching modalities to ensure student have access

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We’re all in this together – CCA members provide for their students during COVID-19 pandemic

When Southwestern College Restorative Justice Program Director and CCA member Patrice Milkovich popped the trunk of her Subaru in the parking lot of the Pilot Truck Stop near the Mexican border, the cargo inside was more precious than any illicit cargo that passes through. Milkovich was there to hand over 414 individual student packets of

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The Importance of Black History, what the textbooks don’t tell you in grade school…

Have you heard of the Igbo Landing before? This is part of Black History in America. “The water brought us here and the water will take us home” Igbo Landing (alternatively written as Ibo Landing, Ebo Landing) is a historic site at Dunbar Creek on St. Simons Island, Glynn County, Georgia. It was the setting

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Pluralism, Inclusion, and Equity (P.I.E.) Series showcased at NOCCCD

Come join your colleagues in the study of Pluralism, Inclusion, and Equity in a new Series taking place at NOCCCD.  This series of workshops and trainings is designed to increase our intercultural competancy and proficiency, so that we may provide effective teaching and support services to our diverse student body.  Come join us!!! P.I.E. Series

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