Equity Regional Training/Workshops 

Regional Events:

Online Education Initiative 

The OEI Online Education Initiative in collaboration with the California Community College Online College Counseling Network has created courses specifically focused on mental health. These courses address necessary areas of consideration when working with students experiencing mental distress in the online counseling environment including assessment of student mental health needs as well as the provision of appropriate and effective referrals. Participants will take a close look at the growing trend of distance mental health otherwise known as e-therapy services and its importance for community college students. Included discussion and activities guide dialogue and live sessions facilitated by licensed clinicians in the field. These courses are not intended as permission to practice as a mental health counselor or for certification or licensure.

OEI - Online Counseling Course and Trainings

Disclaimer: It is important to note the purpose of these modules is to provide general information. It is not intended as formal training, permission to practice as a mental health counselor or for certification or licensure in the mental health field but rather to address the basic areas of consideration associated with the referral to mental health counseling when providing services in an online environment. Any included discussion or activities do not indicate specific solutions. Many practice requirements are specific to unique situations and individual providers, resulting in local standards and procedures. Counselors are advised to review and follow existing practice guidelines from their institutions and professional organizations.


National Equity Project - Institutes & Events




The Education Trust - West: WEBINAR

Prioritizing Educational Equity: Using Data to Recognize and Close Opportunity Gaps in College and Career Readiness

Wednesday, August 22nd at 12:00pm


Educational equity—ensuring that all students receive what they need to achieve at high levels—is a primary social justice issue of our time.

Join The Education Trust–West and Schoolzilla for a webinar to learn more about how schools and districts can:

  • use quantitative data to measure access to and success in college prep courses
  • use qualitative data to understand the experiences and perspectives of students, families, and staff, and
  • determine the steps they must take to close opportunity gaps.

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Student Equity Retreat: featuring Dr. Joy DeGruy

Friday, September 7, 2018 / 7:30am-11:30am 

Be the Healing Workshop                                                    

LEARN * CONNECT * SERVE                                            

Antelope Valley College

43404 30th Street West, Lancaster, CA 



California Zero Textbook Cost Degree Summit

Friday, September 7, 2018 / 8:30am-4:00pm

College of the Canyons

University Center (UCEN 258)

26455 Rockwell Canyon Rd

Santa Clarita, CA 91355

Register Here


Tech Talk September 2018: AB 705 Multiple Measures Data Pipes implementation

Dr. Omid Pourzanjani, visiting Vice Chancellor for Digital Futures Lab, will host the next Tech Talk webinar series on emerging technologies and strategies that help drive improvements in student success in the California community colleges. This month’s webinar will focus on AB 705 Multiple Measures Data Pipes implementation.

Date: Wednesday, September 26, 2018
Time: 10 a.m. - 11 a.m.



IEPI Workshops

IEPI seeks to advance the effectiveness of California Community Colleges, reduce accreditation sanctions and audit issues, and enhance your ability to serve students effectively.

CCSF is sending a Team to the Guided Pathway Workshops 9/10. 


September 2018

10   Guided Pathways Workshop   San Jose

24   Building Diversity (Part I)- Using Data for Hiring    Sacramento

28   Building Diversity (Part I)- Using Data for Hiring    San Jose


Undocumented Student Week of Action

Second-Chance Informational Webinar: Tuesday, September 25 at 2:00 p.m.

During the week of October 15-19, 2018, the California Community Colleges will engage in a week of advocacy and activities to support and build awareness of undocumented students throughout the state. Undocumented Student Week of Action is a campaign to provide support and resources to all undocumented students and advocate for a permanent solution that codifies a pathway to citizenship. Throughout the week, students, colleges and supporting partner organizations are encouraged to host activities to help undocumented students succeed in the classroom and in their communities, and meet with their Congressional representatives, sign advocacy postcards, and engage in the electoral process. Join the informational webinar to learn more about the resources available to support Week of Action activities.


Undocumented Student Week of Action
Informational Webinar Round 2!
Tuesday, September 25, 2018 | 2:00 p.m. - 3:00 p.m.
Webinar: https://cccconfer.zoom.us/j/207706572
Telephone: +1 646 876 9923 or +1 669 900 6833
Meeting ID: 207 706 572

A toolkit of materials has been created to support the 2018 Undocumented Student Week of Action, available at: https://ccleague.org/DACA.


Researching, Implementing & Assessing Online Student Services

How To Work With Vendors To Provide Equitable & Essential Services

Day 1: Monday October 29 ~ 11:00am-4:45pm (Eastern)
Day 2: Tuesday October 30 ~ 11:00am-4:45pm (Eastern)

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