CCC Board Of Governors Meeting | January 2021 Part A

The California Community Colleges Board of Governors sets policy and provides guidance for the 116 colleges that constitute the system. The 17-member board is appointed by the governor and formally interacts with state and federal officials and other organizations. The board selects a chancellor for the system. The chancellor, through a formal process of consultation, brings recommendations to the board.

Source: California Community Colleges

  • What I do with my FREE TIME at GORDON COLLEGE
    Brianna’s BACK with another Gordon Vlog featuring lots of activities that Gordon students are still enjoying on and off campus despite the challenges of this season. Learn more and experience Gordon for yourself at www.gordon.edu/admissions Source: Gordon College […]
  • NCSA Reviews | Football Student-Athlete Jonathan Woodard
    Former football student-athlete, and former NFL Draft pick Jonathan Woodard shares his review of NCSA and the college recruiting process. RESOURCES: ===================== NCSA Football Reviews from Parents, Athletes and Coaches https://www.ncsasports.org/ncsa-reviews/football-reviews Do college […]
  • CAN/DID: Anti-Asian Racism During the Pandemic Teaser (:30) | De Anza College
    CAN/DID: Standing Against Racism and Injustice CAN/DID is an ongoing multimedia series that explores equity and social justice issues – including lessons we can all learn from the struggles of different groups and individuals – by drawing on the knowledge and experience of De Anza College students, […]
  • Portland Community College’s Giving Tuesday 2020
    Tuesday, December 1st is Giving Tuesday! United in Opportunity, we’re asking our community to come together and give to the COVID-19 Response Fund for Students. We’re raising support for what our students need most right now: grocery store gift cards, laptop support and emergency grants for […]
  • Booking a Tutoring Appointment
    Experienced faculty, alumni, professional, and students from all campuses are available for free tutoring. For more information: pcc.edu/tutoring Source: Portland Community College […]
  • Scholarship Impact – 2021
    Scholarships and grants provide life changing opportunity for our Bears. Hear from three of our students about how attending Ursinus through a named scholarship has made an impact on them and their educational experiences. Source: Ursinus College […]
  • Using NCSA Match to Find Your Best College Fit
    Our recruiting experts showcase NCSA Match and explain how it can be used to match you with a list of colleges that offer the best fit. Find your best college fit: https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/athlete-product/ Have a question you want answered about NCSA Match? Send an email to […]
  • What does a D1 hitter look like?
    What does a D1 softball hitter look like? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down what a D1 hitter should have in their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College Softball Recruiting Guidelines […]
  • Dr. Jennifer Mieres ’82: Elizabeth Coleman Visionary Leadership Award
    Enjoy a discussion between Bennington student Sunny Guo ’21 and this year’s recipient Dr Jennifer Mieres ’82. Source: Bennington College […]
  • (Ep. 123) Will Rising Interest Rates Hurt Me? | Student Loan Planner
    If you’re someone with a lot of student loan debt, you’re probably more familiar with the negatives around interest rates. But borrowing money isn’t necessarily a bad thing, and interest rates are a much more interesting and important topic than you might think. I’ll break down what interest rates […]
  • What does a D1 corner infielder look like?
    What does a D1 softball corner infielder look like? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down what a D1 corner infielder should have in their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College Softball Recruiting […]
  • Building Connections at CCC
    Not only does Clackamas Community College build connections for our students, but we are also building connections between our actual buildings. On Jan. 19, 2021, we broke through a wall to connect our new Wacheno Welcome Center to the Bill Brod Community Center. The new building will house most of […]
  • Statute Of Limitations On Student Loan Debt | Federal vs. Private Loans
    If you’ve been struggling to pay your student loans for a while (or even worse, in default), you may be wondering if there is a statute of limitations on collecting your student loan debt? Read the full article here: https://theci.co/statuteyoutube Here’s what we’re talking about […]
  • Dr. Micheala Edwards – Student Loan Tutor Testimonial Livestream
    Join Dr. Micheala Edwards (President, American Black Chiropractic Assoc.) & Student Loan Tutor’s Maggie Mesa (PR) to talk about learning Federal Student Loan savings strategies for chiropractors, health professionals, and small business owners with school debt. The Testimonial Livestream […]
  • Post-crisis Economics: Thinking on the Average
    Small decisions add up to big effects. The crises of our day have made this plainer than ever. In the John Mason Lecture, economist Dr. Kristen Cooper will argue that although people make decisions incrementally—“on the margin” in economist lingo—what they care about is the cumulative effect of […]
  • Create Together – feat. Matthew Dickman and Mitchell S. Jackson
    In the words of internationally published poet and PCC alumnus Matthew Dickman, the PCC writing community “is a deeply special one.” And in 2020, the PCC Foundation was gifted a writers house in Tigard from the late poet Carolyn Moore – the first of its kind at a community college. Hear from […]
  • Jennifer Brink 10/30/2020
    Jennifer Brink, Director of Advising & First year Experience – Surviving or Thriving: Fostering Academic Wellness – Gordon College – Friday, Oct 23, 2020 Source: Gordon College […]
  • Alumni Talks: Media and the Arts
    Source: Gordon College […]
  • Myth: My Coach Will Take Care of Recruiting for Me
    High school and club coaches are great at helping their players get recruited, but it isn’t that coach’s job to get the student recruited. Our recruiting experts dive into this common myth. For more on this topic, check out: […]
  • (Ep. 118) Will President Biden Block Student Loan Cancelation? | Student Loan Planner
    When President Biden was asked at his first town hall whether he would forgive at least $50,000 of student loan debt, he quickly responded, “I will not make that happen.” The president is in support of canceling $10k for borrowers, but there’s a catch. Student Loan Planner Consultant Meagan […]
  • 2020: A Year in Review
    Despite this year’s difficulties, the Blinn College District has had plenty of reasons to celebrate during 2020. As we look forward to the year 2021, here’s a quick look back on what we accomplished last year. Happy holidays, Buccaneers! Source: Blinn College […]
  • Need Help In Recruiting?
    Source: NCSA Next College Student Athlete […]
  • VHS Guide: Assessment | De Anza College
    #deanzacollege Fast-Forward to Success with our De Anza College VHS Guide We’ve created this ‘80s-themed Video Help Series for you! Each video is just one to two minutes long and will show you the easy steps to • Apply for Admission • Get Priority Enrollment • Apply for Financial Aid • […]
  • A Tour of the Kim and Tritton Dorms
    Isabel Queen ’21 created this quick tour of the Kim and Tritton Dormitories. Source: Haverford College […]
  • Gordon in Orvieto: Welcome Back
    It’s time to return. The Gordon in Orvieto semester program aims to foster responsive looking, listening and creating by engaging the traditions lived out by artists, poets, and saints of the past, especially those of Italy. We choose to encounter places where fragments of the West’s […]
  • Making a Football Kicker, Punter Skills Video During COVID-19
    Learn how to make a football kicker or punter skills video during COVID-19 and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football kicker and punter expert analyze skills footage and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video. NCSA […]
  • Blueberry Pancakes | Kitchen Covered
    Student dining often gets a bad rap. Between the hefty cafeteria fare and the limited cooking options (microwave pizza again?), it can be hard work dodging the dreaded freshman 15. We’ve got you covered with Kitchen Covered: your quick fix to creating fresh, home cooked meals — all from the comfort […]
  • Car Talks With Tom | How To Replace Your Serpentine Belt
    To learn more about CCC’s automotive program, visit https://www.clackamas.edu/academics/find-your-focus/industrial-technology-automotive Welcome to Car Talks with Tom! Learn automotive care tips and tricks from Tom Landeen, an automotive pro and faculty member at Clackamas Community College. […]
  • Black History Month: “Stories from America”
    The Clackamas Community College Cultural Arts Community hosted “Stories From America” on Feb. 26 as part of Black History Month. Watch performances from three inspirational artists (Vin Chambry of “Outdoor Camp,” Josie Seid of “Forget Me Not, America,” and Charles Grant of “Matter”). This event […]
  • Examples of How to be Coachable
    Learn how to be coachable and some traits that athletes should practice and make habit. How to be coachable: 1. Check your ego at the door 2. Look the coach in the eye when talking 3. Be open-minded and humble when receiving feedback 4. Willingly implement coach feedback 5. Actively seek feedback […]
  • Daysi Rodiguez –
    Source: Everett Community College […]
  • Dr. Chris Colgin on Student Loan Strategies & Pandemic Assistance
    Learn about: how the Covid forbearance period is ending soon, how to remove the federal student loan debt burden long term and a few tips for navigating the complicated processes of Pandemic Assistance. Join Student Loan Tutor’s Michael Cundick (Director of Operations) & Past President of […]
  • Women of WITCC: Brenda Meyer
    In honor of Women’s History Month, Mike is taking time to chat with some incredible women at Western Iowa Tech. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • 3 Budgeting Tricks to Pay Off Debt FASTER | Student Loan Planner Explains
    Do you have a budget? Mastering budgeting is critical as you tackle your student loan debt. In this video, we visit the importance of budgeting and why you should master it in your journey. I share 3 Budgeting tricks to pay off student loans faster. Feeling helpless when it comes to your student […]
  • OLT.com Online Taxes Software Review 2021
    OLT.com had some improvements this year, and it still has great pricing. But should you use it? Here’s our full Online Taxes review: https://theci.co/olt Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: 0:47 – Is OLT.com free? 1:16 – What’s new in 2021 with […]
  • National Signing Day: Making Your Scholarship Offers Official
    Our recruiting experts discuss National Signing Day and accepting scholarship offers. Visit our website to view all the upcoming dates and read more about what signing an NLI means: https://www.ncsasports.org/recruiting/managing-recruiting-process/national-signing-day Get tips for comparing […]
  • What does a D1 slapper look like?
    What does a D1 softball slapper look like? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down what a D1 slapper should have in their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College Softball Recruiting Guidelines […]
  • CCC Board Of Governors Meeting | March 2021 Part A
    The California Community Colleges Board of Governors sets policy and provides guidance for the 116 colleges that constitute the system. The 17-member board is appointed by the governor and formally interacts with state and federal officials and other organizations. The board selects a chancellor […]
  • H&R Block Review 2021 | Robust Options & Free Tax Filing
    H&R Block is again our top choice for tax software in 2021 due to robust free file and great prices. Here’s our full H&R Block Online review: https://theci.co/hrblock Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: ▶︎ What’s new with H&R Block Online in 2020-2021 […]
  • Gloria White-Hammond Feb 08, 2021
    Gloria E. White-Hammond, Co-Pastor, Bethel A.M.E Church, Boston – Living the Faith-Filled Life: Career vs. Calling, Ephesians 4:11-13 – Gordon College Chapel Source: Gordon College […]
  • What does a D1 catcher look like?
    What does a D1 softball catcher look like? Former D1 head softball coach Holly Bruder breaks down what a D1 catcher should have in their softball skills video. RESOURCES Build a free profile https://getrecruited.ncsasports.org/lp/softball-scholarships/ College Softball Recruiting Guidelines […]
  • California Community Colleges and Foundation for California Community Colleges First Response Fund
    Thousands of California Community College students struggled to stay in school when the COVID-19 pandemic hit. To help keep them enrolled, the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office and the Foundation for California Community Colleges worked together to create the First Response Fund, a […]
  • What does “community” mean to you?
    What does “community” mean to you? We recently interviewed a student at St. Louis College of Pharmacy, Steven K., who is a chapter leader of the National Black Deaf Advocates (NBDA) organization. Steven is dedicated to supporting Black Deaf and Hard of Hearing Americans by ensuring they have access […]
  • MyWIT Refresh
    MyWIT is getting a refresh! The things you need and use most as a student are right where you need them and easy to find on the new MyWIT. Source: Western Iowa Tech Community College […]
  • Can Christian Colleges Lead in Racial Justice?
    Jemar Tisby (BA, University of Notre Dame; M.Div., Reformed Theological Seminary), author of The Color of Compromise and How to Fight Racism, president of The Witness: A Black Christian Collective and cohost of Pass The Mic podcast. The Annual Franz Lecture presented by the Center for Faith and […]
  • James House Tour
    Take a quick tour of the 24-hour student art space: James House. Source: Haverford College […]
  • Bob Whittet Feb 03, 2021
    Bob Whittet, Chaplain – The Intersection of Faith and Life, James 1 – Gordon College Chapel Source: Gordon College […]
  • Introduction to Financial Wellness
    In this video, we will cover the basic steps and introduction into the world of financial wellness. Make sure to take notes and watch the whole series to deepen your knowledge on the topic of financial wellness! Source: Ascent Funding […]
  • Why I Wear a Mask
    Members of the Bennington College community, including faculty, staff, and students, share their reasons for wearing a mask during the COVID-19 pandemic. Why do you wear a mask? Tell us in the comments. Source: Bennington College […]
  • TurboTax 2021 Review | The Easiest Tax Software To Use
    TurboTax once again is our choice for the easiest tax software to use in 2021. But… it’s expensive. Here’s our full TurboTax review: https://theci.co/turbotax Here’s what we’re talking about in this video: 0:45 Is TurboTax Really Free? 1:43 What’s New With […]
  • Clients Become Friends || Grabbing Coffee
    One of my favorite things about having people as clients rather than businesses is that sometimes clients become friends. Kathy is one of those clients. Every 1 to 2 weeks we meet up to have coffee and shoot the breeze. While short, those conversations are awesome. Truthfully, I wish I could have […]
  • Understanding the Difference Between a Want and a Need
    One of the most important financial tips to learn during college is determining what is a necessary and what is not. We all like to have fun and socialize, but it’s up to you to determine what you could cut back on! Watch our video to learn 3 tips to help you better understand the difference […]
  • NAIA Schools: Why Student-Athletes Should Consider Them
    NAIA schools can offer student-athletes a more well-rounded college experience, as well as opportunities for scholarships. Our experts discuss why it’s important to consider NAIA as an option. Source: NCSA Next College Student Athlete […]
  • CAN/DID: Inclusion in Practice at De Anza College: Intercultural Studies Part I | De Anza College
    CAN/DID: Standing Against Racism and Injustice CAN/DID is an ongoing multimedia series that explores equity and social justice issues – including lessons we can all learn from the struggles of different groups and individuals – by drawing on the knowledge and experience of De Anza College students, […]
  • 5 Actions That Could Save You More Than Student Loan Cancellation | Student Loan Planner
    Are you waiting for student loan cancellation? Unfortunately there is no immediate answer for this to happen anytime soon. However, in this video we share 5 actions that could save you more than student loan cancellation. Comment if we missed any and if there are any actions you’ve taken that […]
  • Teaching During COVID-19 and the Power of Giving
    Don’t miss the chance to hear from two of our faculty members: Monica Chu, ’98 UC alumna and Chemistry Lecturer, and Nicholas Scoville, Joseph Beardwood III, Chair of Mathematics and Associate Professor of Mathematics and Computer Science.  We would like to thank our faculty, staff and students for […]
  • De Anza College 2020 Commencement: Ro Khanna
    #deanzagrad2020 #deanzacollege De Anza College is • Tops in Transfer: Always at or near the top statewide in community college transfers to the University of California, California State University and private universities • Tops in Career Training: Award-winning programs designed by industry […]
  • Defending Our Den: “But still try, for who knows what is possible.”
    Mark Schneider, Vice President for Academic Affairs, Dean of the College and leader of the COVID-19 Virus Taskforce, shares the strategy used the fall semester and how we kept our students, faculty and staff safe. The extraordinary measures undertaken by the college have required significant […]
  • How Can I Force My Ex To Pay My Student Loan Debt? [3 Minute Mondays]
    Source: #1 Student Loan Lawyer | Tate Law […]
  • Making a Football Running Back Skills Video During COVID-19
    Learn how to make a football running back skills video during COVID-19 and what college coaches are looking for at your position/level. Watch our football expert analyze skills footage and get actionable tips for showcasing the skills coaches want to see in your video. Former D3 University of […]