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back to top California Community Colleges (CCC) Network
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       3C Media Solutions
    3C Media Solutions is the educational media distribution source for video content, podcasts, streaming services, and event coverage for the 112 campuses of the California Community Colleges System. As part of the TTIP South project, 3C Media Solutions is a collaborative effort to advance distance learning and support the mission of the CCC system by acquiring and distributing educational and professional development programming for the California Community Colleges system (CCC). 3C Media Solutions, formerly CCCSAT, was established in 1998, is grant-funded through the CCC Chancellor’s Office, and is based at Palomar College in San Marcos, CA.

       CCC Chancellor's Office
    Legislation creating the Board of Governors was passed in 1967, setting the effective date of separation from the State Board of Education as July 1, 1968. On that date some staff were transferred from the state Department of Education to the new entity, and the BOG held its first official meeting that month. The first permanent Chancellor, Sidney Brossman, started Sept. 1, 1968.

       CCC Confer - Making Meetings Work
    CCC Confer was designed to allow communication and collaboration, using the latest Web conferencing technology, for all staff, faculty and administrators in the California Community Colleges system. It is ADA and Section 508 accessible.

       CCC Foundation
    An innovative non-profit, The Community College Foundation is dedicated to serving education and community through outstanding practices, creative initiatives and entrepreneurial spirit.

       CCC Map
    This is the statewide map of all the community colleges in California.

       CCC Minimum Qualifications (Explanation)
    This is a short and quick explanation of how Minimum Qualifications work. Go to CCC Minimum Qualifications Guideline for more comprehensive information.

       CCC Minimum Qualifications Guideline
    The CCC Minimum Qualifications Guideline is a 40+ page comprehensive document with specific definitions of standards that meet faculty and vocational requirements in order to be an instructor. The Education Code and Title 5 Regulations as they pertain to Minimum Qualifications are also addressed.

       Top Ten Interview Tips
    Dr. David Bugay shares tips for interviewing.



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       Bellevue College, Washington
    Serving approximately 35,000 students each year, Bellevue College, in Washington offers educational programs in five general categories: baccalaureate degrees in radiation and imaging sciences and interior design; transfer study (the first two years of college) in more than 50 interest areas; work-related training through more than 90 associate-degree and certificate programs in health care, information technology, business, interior design and other fields; adult basic education, including English language training; and continuing education programs in computing and technology, business and workplace skills (including contract training tailored for the workforces of individual employers), languages, art, travel and personal enrichment.

       California Community Colleges Job Fair
    CCC Registry job fairs will be held on January 25, 2014 in San Francisco and February 1, 2014 in Los Angeles. Community college districts from around the state will be recruiting for full-time faculty and administrative positions.



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       Community College Leadership Program, Sacramento
    The College of Continuing Education at California State University, Sacramento offers courses, workshops, training programs and conference services for adults seeking to update their skills and advance in their careers.

       LACCD Project MATCH Internship
    Since 1991, Project MATCH has provided training to people interested in being teachers, counselors, and librarians in the Los Angeles Community College District. Applicants who are selected as interns attend the Summer Institute, a series of training seminars. During the fall semester, interns are matched to mentors in their field who provide them with an opportunity to practice their skills in a real-world environment. Many Project MATCH interns have become successful adjunct and full-time professors, counselors, and librarians within the nine-campus Los Angeles Community College District. Please refer to the Project MATCH website for application instructions. The Project MATCH Coordinator, Joanna Zimring-Towne at (818) 710 4367 can also be contacted regarding questions about the program.

       SDICCCA Regional Faculty Internship Program
    The SDICCCA Regional Faculty Internship Program is an important community college faculty training program for people interested in a community college teaching or counseling career. This program is a major initiative by the San Diego and Imperial Counties Community College Association (SDICCCA), in cooperation with San Diego State University (SDSU), to identify, recruit, train, prepare, and help place people interested in California community colleges as faculty and counselors. It has been in operation since 1994.



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       EdJoin
    The Education Job Opportunity Network is portal to thousands of K-12 teaching and other education job openings throughout California.



back to top Other Community College Information
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       CCC Athletic Association
    The Community College League of California’s Commission on Athletics (CCCAA) is an integral part of California’s extensive community college system. As authorized by the State Legislature, the Education Code provides the COA the opportunity and authority to establish the rules and regulations to administer the athletic activities of the nearly 25,000 men and women student athletes in the state.

       Community College League of California
    The Community College League of California is a nonprofit public benefit corporation whose voluntary membership consists of the 72 local community college districts in California.

       League for Innovation
    The League is an international organization dedicated to catalyzing the community college movement. They host conferences and institutes, develop Web resources, conduct research, produce publications, provide services, and lead projects and initiatives with our member colleges, corporate partners, and other agencies to continue to make a positive difference for students and communities.

       National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD)
    Founded in 1978, the National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) is dedicated to serving, engaging, and inspiring teachers, reachers, and leaders. NISOD's constituency represents more than 600 institutional members nationally and internationally, providing conferences, research, web resources, publications, award programs, corporate partnerships and more. NISOD is the outreach vehicle and service arm to the Community College Leadership Program (CCLP) and the College of Education at The University of Texas Austin. The CCLP is an award-winning doctoral-level program training community college presidents, vice presidents, and deans for more than 60 years.



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       Inside Higher Ed
    Inside Higher Ed is the online source for news, opinion and career advice and services for all of higher education. It was founded in 2004 by three executives with decades of expertise in higher education journalism and recruitment. They believed that higher education was evolving quickly and radically, and that the time was right for new models of providing information and career services for professionals in academe.

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