ACCCA Webinars

To provide administrators with ongoing professional development, and to directly address some of the challenges they are experiencing, ACCCA has partnered with the Foundation to produce a webinar series based on information administrators are telling us they need right now. Future webinars are being developed now, but please take the survey and tell us what information or training you'd like to see in future presentations. Your feedback will drive the content of the free webinars and the information will be available to access after the event.

Upcoming Free Webinars: Mark your calendars!

Thursday, May 26th, noon to 1 p.m. FREE REGISTRATION HERE

The Complicated World of CCCs and Remote Workers

After the last two years, remote work has become common-place in the California Community Colleges.  Now, as districts struggle to normalize operations going forward there are questions and challenges around what the new normal is going to look like.  Our panel will try to shed some light on that as they discuss the current reality, emerging issues, remote worker agreements and negotiations, and take on where this is likely to head in the future.  

Charlie Ng, Vice President, Human Resources, MiraCosta CCD
Sharon Ormond, Partner, Atkinson, Andelson, Loya, Ruud and Romo
Angela Hoyt, Vice President of Human Resources, Cabrillo CCD
Charo Albarran, VP of Human Resources, Napa Valley CCD and President-Elect of ACHRO-EEO


Improving Workforce Diversity Through The Interview Process: The Good Questions, The Bad Questions, & The Very Bad Questions 

So Now You’re On the Bargaining Team – What Next?

Beyond Stressed: Coping With the Pressure of Uncertainty

Beyond Basic Needs:  Sustaining Student Support Programs After the Crisis 

Social Media for Administrators with Kerry Rego

ACCCA Professional Development Introduction

Best Practices for Remote Job Search & Hiring Processes 

"How to Have Difficult Conversations About Race in the Workplace"
Webinar sponsored by

Leading Remotely: A Primer for What Community College Managers Need to Know

2020 and The Year of the Great Pivot: How Administrators are Adapting for Students

Adrift in a Pandemic: Survey of 3,089 Students Finds Uncertainty About Returning to College

Rewriting the Rules & Practices of Administrators in Community Colleges After Covid-19



ACCCA develops and supports current and future California community college administrators through
professional development, networking and advocacy.
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