2023 Annual Trustees Conference

Fri, May 5, 2023 to Sun, May 7, 2023
Monterey Plaza Hotel
General Info

Trustees are locally elected officials responsible for overseeing their college's mission and ensuring their colleges succeed. The Annual Trustees Conference is designed to strengthen the skills and knowledge required of trustees to lead California's community colleges.

Who Should Attend
Who Should Attend

All trustees at California Community Colleges should consider attending the 2023 Annual Trustees Workshop. For questions about the program contact Carmen Sandoval, Director of Education Services & Leadership Development, at csandoval@ccleague.org.

For trustees participating in the Excellence in Trusteeship Program or beginning their program, all workshop sessions apply towards the competencies.


Please note this event will be held in person and registration will open in February 2023.

Registration Cancellation Policy
All refund requests must be made in writing. To request a refund for your registration, email Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org. A $50 processing fee will be charged for all refunds, per registrant. No refunds will be issued for cancellations made after registration closes (the date will be specified by the time registration opens). 

Payment Policy
Full payment for conference registrations and memberships are due by credit card at the time of registration. Payment via check will not be an available option. If you have any questions, please contact Sadie Brown at sadie@ccleague.org.

ETP Competencies
Excellence in Trusteeship Program Competencies

The Effective Trusteeship & Board Chair Workshops are opportunities for trustees enrolled in the League’s Excellence in Trusteeship Program (ETP) to complete work that applies toward the fulfillment of the program's competency requirements.

ETP is designed to facilitate the ongoing education of trustees at a California Community College by providing a solid foundation for effective board governance. We proudly offer the only certificate program in the state for community college trusteeship. The program fulfills the WASC Accreditation Standard IV.C.9 which requires governing boards to participate in “an ongoing training program for board development including new member orientation.” 

Below are the ETP competencies that will be offered at these workshops:
[A] - Accreditation
[BA] - Brown Act Training
[BE] - Board Evaluation
[BC] - Board/CEO Relationship
[DEI] - Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
[E] - Ethics Training
[FR] - Fiscal Responsibilities
[G] - Governance
[SS] - Student Success

All trustees should enroll in this program before attending this event. To learn more about ETP, click here.