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Thank you for voting at the ACCT Regional Caucuses & Meeting and Senate Meeting on September 30 and October 1.


Get Involved – Get Engaged – Get Endorsed!

CCCT Endorsement for 2021 ACCT Elections Application

(For a seat in San Diego during the 2021 Annual ACCT Leadership Congress)
Application Deadline - October 16, 2020

About the California Community College Trustees (CCCT)

The Community College League of California (League) is a nonprofit public benefit organization whose voluntary membership consists of the 73 local community college districts in California. Within the League are two main policy boards including the California Community College Trustees (CCCT) which consists of 21 members elected statewide by the 73 California district governing boards and a student member elected by the student trustees. With the primary goal of promoting student access and success, CCCT encourages trustee engagement in local, state, and national advocacy efforts including involvement in the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) Board of Directors and Committees.

The ACCT represents more than 6,500 elected and appointed trustees who govern over 1,200 community, technical and junior colleges in the United States, and is a major voice of community college trustees to the Administration, Congress and the Departments of Education and Labor, among others.

Considering one out of five community college students in the nation attends a California community college, promoting access and success nationally for the state’s diverse student population is crucial.

2022 ACCT Positions Open for CCCT Endorsement

Endorsements are being considered for the following three ACCT positions for election at the 2021 Leadership Congress in San Diego:

1. Board of Directors − Director-At-Large (Three-Year Term)
2. Board of Directors − Pacific Region Regional Director (Three-Year Term)
3. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Committee Member (Pacific Region; Two-Year Term)
4. Regional Nominating Committee Member (Pacific Region; Two-Year Term)

All candidates will be considered, but no more than one candidate may be endorsed for each position.

Online application deadline – Oct. 16, 2020 // Apply Now
Candidate interviews prior to the November Joint CCCT/CEOCCC Meeting – last week of October

Click here for more information on ACCT Representation Opportunities and CCCT Endorsement Process

The CCCT also encourages Associate Membership in the following committees:

Committee Application Form Deadline
Finance and Audit Committee Committee Interest Form November 1, 2020
Governance and Bylaws Committee Committee Interest Form November 1, 2020
Member Communications and Education Committee Committee Interest Form November 1, 2020
Public Policy and Advocacy Committee Committee Interest Form November 1, 2020
Nominating Committee Email nominations@acct.org  
State, Province, and Territory Coordinators Network Email Jee Hang Lee at jhlee@acct.org  
Student Trustee Advisory Committee Committee Interest Form September 15, 2020

Committee information can be found on the ACCT website.

 

Time & Travel Commitments

Board of Directors

The ACCT Board of Directors meets three (3) times a year. Board members are required to attend these three meetings:

  • Prior to the Community College National Summit in Washington, D.C.
  • A day or two before the Annual Leadership Congress (locations vary)
  • During the Summer Board Retreat (locations vary)

In addition, board work may also be done via telephone, e-mail, and postal mail.

All travel-related expenses are the responsibility of individual's college.

Diversity and other Committees

Committee members are required to attend biannual meetings:

  • Prior to the Community College National Summit in Washington, D.C.
  • A day or two before the Annual Leadership Congress (locations vary)

In addition, committee work may also be done via telephone, e-mail, and postal mail.

Reporting Commitment

If elected to the ACCT Board or Diversity Committee, CCCT endorsed members are required to provide a written report prior to each CCCT board meeting summarizing their activities and important issues.

Endorsement Committee

The Endorsement Committee consists of members of the CCCT Board. The Committee is approved and empowered by the CCCT Board to select the individuals proposed for endorsement. Confirmation of endorsements for each of the 2021 ACCT election positions will be voted on by the 21 member CCCT Board present during its scheduled November 9, 2020 meeting. The Board reserves the right to accept all or part of any endorsement recommendation.

Deadline

All candidates must complete the online application available at the bottom of this page by Friday, October 16, 2020. 

Candidates Interviews

Candidate interviews will be held prior to the November Joint CCCT/CEOCCC Meeting during the last week of October.

The Endorsement Committee will convene and select a slate of endorsed candidates per position. Candidates will be notified immediately of the committee’s decision, and if their name is moved forward for a vote by the CCCT Board, will be notified immediately after the vote of the final decision.

Endorsement Criteria/Considerations

The Endorsement Committee will be evaluating the candidates based on answers provided in their application packet. In addition, each candidate will be evaluated on his/her demonstrated commitment and plan to represent and advocate on behalf of California community colleges.

An Endorsement by the CCCT means:

  • The candidate may use the California Community College Trustees (CCCT) as an endorser in all election materials and in ACCT’s publications
  • The League can disseminate information to the general membership through a series of media and PR formats

 

APPLY NOW: CCCT Endorsement Application

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