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2022 Great Teachers Seminar (FACCC Conference)

Date and Time

Sunday, August 7, 2022 to Thursday, August 11, 2022
5:00 pm to 12:00 am

Add to Calendar 08/07/2022 05:00 PM 08/11/2022 12:00 AM America/Los_Angeles 2022 Great Teachers Seminar (FACCC Conference) A powerful summer retreat that brings faculty together in search of the “great teacher" within. Asilomar Conference Grounds, 800 Asilomar Avenue, Pacific Grove, CA 93950 Faculty Association of California Community Colleges info@faccc.org false MM/dd/yyyy

Location

This is an online event.

Contact

Faculty Association of California Community Colleges
info@faccc.org

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Cost

$1,420-1,620 (includes 4 nights accommodation)

A high energy and powerful summer retreat that brings faculty together in search of the “great teacher” within themselves. With no experts or keynote speakers, the seminar is based on the principle that faculty are the experts in teaching and learn best from one another. Whether you teach full-time or part-time, are a veteran teacher, or new to the profession, the seminar gives you a unique opportunity to reflect on what great teaching is all about.

Seminar Rates

All seminar attendees must stay at Asilomar. Seminar fee Includes four nights accommodations and all meals.

  • $1,420 FACCC member -per participant, based on double occupancy
  • $1,620 non-member - per participant, based on double occupancy

A limited number of single rooms are available for an additional fee of $400

For an additional $130, participants can enroll to receive two units of post-baccalaureate level credit from Sacramento State College of Continuing Education. Payment will be collected on-site.

Previous attendees have used professional development funds, student equity funds, and SSSP funds to attend the seminar. Please check with your campus.

COVID-19 Protocols

We will be following the Monterey County Department of Public Health guidelines at Asilomar. This includes social distancing, mask-wearing, and hand sanitizing.

We will require proof of vaccination as well as submission of a signed form attesting that the attendee has received a full FDA-approved vaccination for the COVID-19 virus. We will not allow entry into the event without proof of vaccination and submission of the form. This form highlights our efforts to follow the California Department of Public Health Guidance on meetings and supports the safety of the committee, guests, and hotel personnel

Refunds

We are unable to offer refunds after July 15 however, replaceable attendees are accepted. Unfortunately, no refunds for cancellations, no-shows, or partial attendance after that date.

Flex Credit

Flex credit is available for this event.

(SCC Event Code 220800)

Audience

All Faculty Welcome to Attend: Full-time faculty, part-time faculty, counselors, and librarians.

About Faculty Association of California Community Colleges (FACCC)

Who We Are

Since 1953, FACCC has provided focused representation for the community college faculty to promote funding, academic freedom, and retirement benefits. With members across every campus in California, FACCC continues to strengthen the position of faculty in the State Capitol, the State Chancellor’s Office, and the State Teachers’ Retirement System.

FACCC is faculty driven and professionally managed. Its board of seasoned faculty professionals is dedicated to working cooperatively with your unions and academic senates to ensure that faculty voices are heard in the halls of government and across the state.

What We Do

FACCC is dedicated to representing your interests in state and federal government. Its professional staff and volunteer leaders testify at hearings, meet with legislators, and organize policy forums to promote the message of community college faculty.

FACCC communicates with its members through print, electronic, and social media.

FACCC’s sister corporation, FACCC Education Institute (FACCC EI), organizes workshops and conferences for faculty across California. FACCC EI also provides policymakers with research materials on community college issues.

FACCC and FACCC EI are governed by a 22-member board which receives guidance from 10 standing committees. Your participation and input are needed.

Policy of Non-Interference

FACCC endeavors to work cooperatively with all community college faculty organizations, maintaining a policy of strict neutrality as to the selection, organizational structure, governance, and leadership of other faculty organizations.

ADA Accessibility

For ADA accessibility accommodations, please contact David Lockwood at LockwoD@scc.losrios.edu. Contact David for disability accommodations only. For general inquiries, please use the contact information listed above.

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