Conferences and Events
League Conferences and Events
November 17-19, 2016
Riverside Convention Center
The Annual Convention is The League's largest annual meeting featuring educational sessions, special events and networking, state and nationally known speakers, and an educational showcase expo. Trustees, administrators, staff and faculty attend the event. More information...
- 2017: November 14–16—San Jose Fairmont
- 2018: November 15–17—Westin Mission Hills, Rancho Mirage
Annual Legislative Conference
January 29–30, 2017
Sheraton Grand, Sacramento
The League's Annual Legislative Conference provides a unique opportunity to connect with other advocates and learn the latest news on higher education in California. During this two-day conference, attendees are encouraged to visit their legislative representatives. More information...
Annual Trustees Conference
May 4–7, 2017
Ritz-Carlton, Lake Tahoe
This conference helps strengthen the skills and knowledge of trustees and CEOs to lead districts and colleges, and be accountable to their communities. More information...
- 2018: May 3–6—Hyatt Regency Valencia
Asilomar Leadership Skills Seminar
February 28 – March 3, 2017
Asilomar Conference Grounds, Pacific Grove
The seminar is an intensive four-day experience that focuses on the issues facing women and provides information, strategies, contacts, and opportunities for personal and professional growth. The expected outcome is that participants will be able to acquire and successfully accept expanded leadership responsibilities within their own or other California community colleges. More information...
- 2018: TBA
The Northern and Southern CEO Conferences presents an ideal opportunity for CEOs to meet and discuss the critical issues that face California community colleges and to learn from each other. More information and dates...
CEO CTE Summit
August 5–6, 2016
Waterfront Hotel, Oakland
The infusion of workforce development funding into our system has created opportunities for advancing the development of CTE programs. Strong leadership is needed to further this initiative. The League in partnership with the Chancellor’s Office Doing What Matters for Jobs and the Economy presents this summit providing CEOs with current industry information and tools to lead campus and community dialogue on CTE efforts and opportunities. Discussion will include:
- Funding requirements for the $200M
- Regulatory Changes
- Strong Workforce Program Trailer Bill Language
- WIOA Performance Accountability Measures and Model
- CTE CEO Strong Workforce Certificate Program
CEO Summer Institute
July 10–12, 2016
Granlibakken Conference Center, Tahoe City
The College Presidents/Chief Executive Officers Summer Institute is specifically designed to address the unique challenges/opportunities of California’s Community Colleges.
Classified Leadership Institute
June 16-18, 2016
Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach
In partnership with the California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS), the annual institute focuses on effective classified participation in participatory (shared) governance processes, both state-wide and at the local district and college levels. More information...
- 2017: June 15–17—Granlibakken, Tahoe City
- 2018: June 14–16—Crowne Plaza Ventura Beach
Effective Trusteeship & Board Chair Workshops
January 27–29, 2017 (Board Chair Workshop: January 28)
Sheraton Grand, Sacramento
This annual workshop is an overview of responsibilities required for board members of California community colleges. State leaders and experienced trustees will provide comprehensive information on the knowledge and skills necessary to be an effective trustee. More information...
Phi Theta Kappa All-California Academic Team Awards
March 24, 2016
Sacramento Convention Center
In partnership with Phi Theta Kappa, The League sponsors the award ceremony to honor community college students selected to the All-California team and recognize their accomplishments. More information...
Student Trustees Workshop
August 12-14, 2016
DoubleTree Hotel SFO, Burlingame
This workshop is designed to help student board members become knowledgeable, influential, education policy-makers. More information...
- 2017: TBA