ACCCTEP is seeking volunteers to serve on ACCCTEP standing committees, serve as regional representatives, and/or as professional teacher education experts. Below is a list of ACCCTEP committees and contact information. Please contact us if you have any questions or complete the volunteer application below and we will contact you.
Chair: Vice-President Steve Bautista, Ed.D.
Members: Kimberly Rosenfeld
This committee’s responsibilities will include developing, updating and enacting the ACCCTEP strategic plan related to advocacy for policy and legislation, identifying positions though a representative process; advocacy among the university teacher education programs, the professional organizations related to teacher education both at the state and national level; seeking and supporting funding initiatives, including soliciting grant or legislative funding for ACCCTEP operations. For more information, please contact Steve Bautista at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Chair: Janice Chan Jefferis, Ed.
Members: Joya Chavarin, Ed.D., Alice Hale, Megan Kaplinsky, Leticia Rojas, Catherine Miller Young
This committee’s responsibilities will include responsibility for maintaining communication with the members through 1) the production and dissemination of the ACCCTEP newsletter, 2) maintaining/updating the ACCCTEP website, 3) maintain and utilize a communication network comprised of ACCCTEP Regional Liaisons (see below), 4) lead the annual membership drive. For more information, please contact Janice at email@example.com.
Chair: Treasurer Alice Hale
Members: 2 other Board Members with President as Ex-Officio (per bylaws)
The Finance Committee is responsible for developing and reviewing fiscal procedures, fundraising plans, and the annual budget. The board must approve the budget and all expenditures must be within budget. Any major change in the budget must be approved by the board or the Executive Committee. The fiscal year shall be July 1 through June 30. Annual reports are required to be submitted to the board showing income, expenditures, and pending income. The financial records of the organization are public information and shall be made available to the membership, board members, and the public. For more information, please contact Alice at ahale@Chabotcollege.edu.
Co-Chair: Kimberly Rosenfeld
Co-Chair: Victoria Rioux
Identified ‘liaisons’ for each region
Board will identify geographical regions for collaboration/ communication and supporting development of teacher pathway programs and maintaining regular communication with the field. Regions such as Far North, Bay Area, Central Valley, Central Coast, LA, OC, and San Diego will serve as regional hubs or communities of practice, soliciting issues and input from the field to inform Communications and Advocacy Committees and support membership drives. Co-chair(s) will host meetings (online) to offer opportunities for program liaisons to share insights from the field. See breakdown of regions below (as based on CCCCO SWP Regions). For more information, please contact Kimberly at firstname.lastname@example.org or Victoria at email@example.com.
Region A is comprised of the following colleges:
Region B is comprised of the following colleges:
Region C is comprised of the following colleges:
Region D is comprised of the following regions and colleges:
Region E is comprised of the following colleges:
Region F is comprised of the following colleges:
Region G is comprised of the following colleges:
Chair: President Steve Bautista, Ed.D.
Members: 3-4 from General Membership
This committees responsibilities include: receiving and processing requests for technical assistance from the field, developing and maintaining a list of professional experts that can assist in technical assistance requests, developing workshops/presentations that may address a common regional need, and planning the annual convening conference portion. For more information, please contact Steve at Bautista_Steve@sac.edu
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