Equity Regional Training/Workshops 

Regional Events:

California Community Colleges - Online Education Initiative

The California Virtual Campus – Online Education Initiative (CVC-OEI) is a collaborative effort among California Community Colleges (CCCs) to ensure that significantly more students are able to complete their educational goals by increasing both access to and success in high-quality online courses.

The CVC-OEI is sponsored by the Foothill-De Anza Community College District as the recipient of a $56.9 million five-year grant disbursed by the California Community College Chancellor’s Office (CCCCO). Composed of high-quality online courses, resources for students, and technology, the CVC-OEI represents a comprehensive and collaborative program that leverages effective practices and technology to significantly increase the opportunity for higher education degree attainment in California.

California Virtual Campus

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





Trama-Informed Leadership with an Equity Lens (Workshop)

Learning to be trauma-informed can not be done as effectively without exploring equity and how to be more culturally-responsive. To that end, as educators, we must educate ourselves from the "inside out." This interactive, embodied workshop is designed to give district leaders, site leaders, teachers, and support staff the relevant trauma-informed knowledge and trauma-sensitive practices that will help transform their own practices and, therefore, their schools - from the "inside-out." The information presented in this workshop will focus on how student learning and behavior is impacted by trauma, how educators and support staff can help students develop a greater sense of safety at school, and how to build new emotional regulation skills.

By the end of the workshop, participants will:

1. understand the interconnectedness of trauma, social emotional learning, and equity

2. understand what trauma is and how it impacts our students on cognitive and physiological levels

3. learn immediate strategies to create trauma-informed schools and classrooms

4. expand their equity lens and increase cultural-responsiveness

5. learn resilience-building tools and strategies to use with students

Register here



African American History Month - City Hall Kick-Off Event 

Hosted by Mayor London Breed

City Hall - SF @ 12noon


Black College Expo

These events are for ALL students (high school and community college).

HBCUs, UCs, Cal States, and private institutions will be in attendance. Many of the 37 partner HBCUs will be in attendance. Be sure to stop at our table for a list of partner HBCUs in attendance.

Please encourage your students to attend. School representatives will have the option to offer admission on the spot, so encourage students to dress for success! In order to be offered admission during the event, bring your several copies of your unofficial or official (preferred) transcripts and your school ID (and test scores for high school students).

Oakland – February 9th -East Side Club of Oakland-Alameda Coliseum



3CSN Spring Regional Sharing Summit

3CSN would like to invite you to our Spring Regional Sharing Summit "Students are Educators, Educators are Students."  Our Fall Regional Sharing Summits were a big success and we are building on the work of those participants, as well as the work done at our other fall Core Events, in these summits.  Please click on one of the links below to register for an event in your area:

February 1st

Shasta College, Redding



February 8th

Grossmont College, El Cajonhttps://regionalsharing_spring2019_sandiego.eventbrite.com


March 15th

Chaffey College, Rancho Cucamonga



March 15th

West Los Angeles College, Los Angeles



April 12th

Mission College, Santa Clara




The summit will be a working session that will allow participants to build knowledge, relationships and learning tools through active engagement and team time in support of the Vision for Success. The day will be focused on the following: 

·  Developing and building relational trust with cross-functional campus colleagues

·  Building strategies to meaningfully engage a wide array of students in campus planning

·  Deepening knowledge around keeping “how we learn” at the center of our AB 705, Guided Pathways & College Promise implementation

We encourage you to bring a cross-functional team including faculty from instruction and student services, classified staff, administrators, and students. We recommend you include people who are working on your AB 705, Guided Pathways and College Promise plans, as well as those leading the professional learning efforts at your college.

All summits will be from 8:30am – 3:00pm. Breakfast and lunch will be provided.

*CCSF is sending a team on April 12, 2019