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1 Your future is OUR future C S ONNECTION Volume 7, Number 1 June 2007 Our experiences shape who we are and what we become. As I reflect back on the last two years, my term as the 4CS president, I am amazed at the parallels between the growth of the organization and my own personal/professional development. It is truly an example of what happens when we give of ourselves to achieve higher goals. I never set out to become involved in or join 4CS. My first year working in the community college system I became a classified senator at Fresno City College and started down a path with no idea where I was headed. That same year, I attended the Classified Leadership Institute and immediately found myself among friends. It was an inspiring conference that opened my eyes to the many possible personal and professional development opportunities that exist within our community college system. Involvement in college governance quickly opened doors to college wide networking and visibility and ultimately resulted in opportunities for advancement. Less than three years later I advanced to a new position at a new campus within the district and almost simultaneously became a member of the 4CS Executive Board as the Central 2 area representative. Now during my second year as the 4CS President I have transitioned into a management position at. A top priority throughout my career has been to further my education. While working in the community college system and serving 4CS, I have completed my Masters Degree and all of the coursework for my Doctorate in Educational Leadership. Participation in college governance and the public speaking opportunities provided through my involvement with 4CS prepared me to take advantage of career advancement opportunities. The leadership experience of managing a statewide 22 member volunteer board proved to be great preparation for many new challenges including motherhood. The purpose of relating my personal story is to share with you that 4CS is many things: A selfless organization working to improve our colleges through broadening the role of classified staff in governance and leadership A professional development vehicle that prepares you for future opportunities An incredible group of individuals who volunteer countless hours and personal finances to work toward the goals of the organization Networking opportunities that expose you to community college leaders and leadership opportunities at the local and state level Worthy of your time and energy. I encourage you to consider 4CS as part of your future! Julie Whiting, President, 4CS Inside Connections Julie Whiting 4CS President A newsletter for the Classified Senates of the California Community Colleges 4CS Executive Board Directory... 2 Organization News... 3 Senate News from Across the State Supporting members and sponsors... 6 Governance Organization Spotlight - 4CSD Calendar of 4CS Activities and Deadlines CS Connections June

2 4CS Executive Board Directory PRESIDENT JULIE WHITING (209) PRESIDENT-ELECT MONICA SOUZA Sacramento City College (916) NORTH VICE PRESIDENT PATRICK LANE Ohlone College (510) SOUTH VICE PRESIDENT GARY POTTS (626) SECRETARY BARBARA SALMON (626) TREASURER LINDA KELSO (209) PAST PRESIDENT TONY PRESTBY Santa Monica College (310) PRESIDENT EMERITUS MARY THOMPSON (Retired) CARI PLYLEY Butte College (530) CS ASSOCIATES REPRESENTATIVES NORTH 1 BONNIE HANSEN Butte College (530) Butte College College of the R e d w o o d s C o l l e g e o f t h e Siskyous Feather River College Lassen College Mendocino College Shasta College NORTH 2 SHARON TERRY Sacramento City College (916) American River College Cosumnes River College Folsom Lake College Los Rios CC District Sacramento City College NORTH 3 JIM WILSON Sierra College (916) Lake Tahoe Comm. College Sierra College Yuba College BAY 1 AMAL ELAYYAN (209) Chabot College Chabot-Los Positas CC District College of Alameda Contra Costa CC District Contra Costa College Diablo Valley College Laney College Las Positas College Los Medanos College Merritt C o l l e g e P e r a l t a C C D i s t r i c t Solano Community College Vista College BAY 2 Nancy Kutcher College of Marin (415) Canada College College of Marin College of San Mateo Napa Valley College City College of San Francisco San Mateo CC District Santa Rosa Jr. College Skyline College BAY 3 BENITA BRIONES City College of San Francisco (415) Cabrillo College De Anza College Evergreen Valley College Foothill College Foothill-De Anza CC District Gavilan College Hartnell College Mission College Monterey Peninsula College Ohlone College San Jose City College San Jose/Evergreen CC Dist. West Valley College West Valley- Mission CC District CENTRAL 1 JANET PEDERSEN (209) Columbia College Merced College Modesto Jr. College San Joaquin Delta College Yosemite CC District CENTRAL 2 VACANT College of the Sequoias Fresno City College Reedley College State Center CC District West Hills College CENTRAL 3 VACANT Bakersfield College Cerro Coso Comm. College Kern CC District Porterville College Taft College SOUTHWEST 1 VACANT Compton College East Los Angeles College El Camino College Los Angeles CC District Los Angeles City College Los Angeles Harbor College Los Angeles Mission College Los Angeles Pierce College Los Angeles Southwest College Los Angeles Trade-Tech Los Angeles Valley College Santa Monica College West Los Angeles College SOUTHWEST 2 SHIRLEY SCHMID (626) Allan Hancock College Antelope Valley College College of the Canyons Cuesta College Moorpark College Oxnard College Santa Barbara City College Ventura College Ventura CC District SOUTHWEST 3 Denise AlbrighT (626) C e r r i t o s C o l l e g e C i t r u s C o l l e g e Glendale Community College Mt. San Antonio College Rio Hondo College SOUTHEAST 1 PAT MURRAY Grossmont-Cuyamaca CCD (619) Cuyamaca College Grossmont College Grossmont/Cuyamaca CC Dist. Imperial Valley College Mira Costa College Palo Verde College Palomar College San Diego CC District San Diego City College San Diego Mesa College San Diego Miramar College Southwestern College SOUTHEAST 2 VACANT Coast CC District Coastline Community College Cypress College Fullerton College Golden West College Irvine Valley College Long Beach City College North Orange CC District Orange Coast College Rancho Santiago CCD Saddleback CC District Saddleback College Santa Ana College Santiago Canyon College SOUTHEAST 3 Michelle Crocfer San Bernadino Valley College (909) Barstow College Chaffey College College of the Desert Copper Mountain College Crafton Hills College Mt. San Jacinto College Riverside Community College San Bernardino CC District San Bernardino Valley College Victor Valley College Leo Lieber 2 4CS Connections June 2007

3 Organizational News 4CS Bids Farewell to Long Time Executive Board Members How often does one get to say that their service to an organization bridged two centuries? 4CS Executive Board member, Shirley Schmid of, can make that unique claim. Shirley, currently serving as the Southwest 2 Area Representative, was elected to the very first 4CS Board of Directors in 1993 and will move into Associate status at the end of the year. She has served the organization in many capacities during that time as an area representative, treasurer, and south vice president. As a passionate supporter of staff development, Shirley often served as the 4CS liaison to 4CSD and made regular presentations at the Classified Leadership Institute and annual CCLC convention. Perhaps her favorite role, however, was that of the chair of the Shirley Schmid 4CS Area Rep. SW2 annual CLI silent auction and fundraising efforts. Shirley took pride in growing the auction each year and in coming up with unique ideas for theme baskets and opportunity drawings. She brings such a wealth of experience to the organization, offering a historical perspective along side innovative and fresh ideas. Her contribution to 4CS is not measured merely in years of dedicated service, but in countless supportive words, heartfelt smiles and true leadership. After ten years of service, current 4CS past president, Tony Prestby of Santa Monica college is also leaving the executive board. Tony has served 4CS as Southwest Area 1 representative and South Vice President as well as chairing the public relations committee for several years. Tony has been committed to building a professional and consistent image for 4CS. During his tenure as President, 4CS made positive strides in elevating their level of statewide recognition. Tony worked closely with David Viar, former executive director of the League, to increase 4CS s representation and level of participation on the League board and established a formal presence in the League offices in Tony Prestby 4CS Past President Sacramento. Tony is an inclusive leader who holds those he works with to high standards of professionalism. Yet he truly understands the role of humor and fun in keeping people connected and functioning at their highest levels. Tony leads from the heart always considering what is best for the organization and its members. Tony recently completed his Bachelors degree in Leadership and has been accepted into a Masters program in the fall for Educational Leadership and plans to continue and pursue a Doctorate at Argosy University in southern California. March 4CS Executive Board Meeting Highlights The 4CS Executive Board met March 2nd and 3rd at Southwestern College in Chula Vista for our quarterly meeting. Thanks to the efforts of 4CS board member Pat Murray and her work with the Classified Senate at Southwestern College for lining up the facilities and arranging for such gorgeous weather. I would be remiss if I did not also thank Officer Thurmond of the Southwestern College Police Department for taking a moment from his busy day on Saturday to take a great photo of the board. We had a full agenda to tackle with many items carried over from the November meeting held during the Community College League Annual Convention in Costa Mesa. The 4CS Board was actively engaged in holding a partner conference during the convention and presenting numerous workshops for participants from all segments of the community college system. Some of the major topics of discussions centered on the following: The use of a shared governance online discussion forum to increase communication among board members between meetings. Details and planning items related to the Classified Leadership Institute (Including Workshops and Program, Scholarships, Model Senate Recognition, Website Competition, Vendor Showcase, Outstanding Classified Leaders Presentation, and Fundraising) The development and approval of the CS Budget A review of committee expectations and reports on activity since our last meeting Review of our developing policy and procedures binders and needed revisions to the 4CS bylaws. 4CS Connections June

4 Senate News from Across the State Workshop at Delta College blends leadership, creativity, and self exploration Experienced workshop facilitator and 4CS North 3 area representative, Jim Wilson, led the classified employees at San Joaquin Delta College through a hands-on workshop blending leadership, creativity, and self exploration at the college s annual Classified Professional Development Day on Tuesday April 3, The collage project based on the work of Romare Bearden has been facilitated by 4CS at several events including the 4CS 2006 Classified Leadership Institute. Participants are encouraged to look within to figure out what really motivates them and has shaped them to be the individual and leader they are today. They then tear through pages of magazines to find imagery which best illustrates the message they are trying to convey about their own personal development. Once completed the individual collages are displayed on a wall, usually for the remainder of the event, representing the leadership journey for hundreds of people. The workshop infused the It s a Jungle in Here classified retreat at Delta College with a positive energy and a sense of creative collaboration and had the always hoped for effect of getting everyone involved. Creativity and Leadership in Action! Jim Wilson facilitates classified staff at Working hand in hand A couple of years ago, when I first became involved in the Classified Senate, I attended a meeting that discussed the Delineation of Duties MOU that governs the relationship between the Butte College Senate and the Classified Union, CSEA chapter #511. It s a straight-forward document that defines which body has responsibility for what portions of the Classified Employees representation in the District. And it is both the result and the foundation of a very symbiotic relationship between our Senate and our CSEA chapter. I am in a unique position as both a senator and a member of the CSEA executive board that would hardly be possible on some campuses in the California Community College system because the two groups fight each other in turf wars and, in my opinion, ego clashes. We really have none of that here and the Executive Boards of both groups get along well and often work hand in hand, such as on the Budget Development Committee where they share responsibility. I am proud to be part of a campus that serves as model that other Senates have envied at the annual conference and that serves our classified employees so well. If you are not familiar with the good work that is done by the Classified Senate, (and what the hey; I ll plug CSEA here too) and CSEA, I encourage you to attend their meetings every now and then to see for yourself. Ruth Ann Hansen, Butte College Interim CSEA President Chapter #511 Classified Senate CSEA Representative Save the date! Ruth Ann Hansen Butte College CCLC annual convention / 4CS partner conference The California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS) will once again offer a partner conference during the CCLC Annual Convention Creating Our Future: From Promises to Action, November 15-17, 2007 at the San Jose Fairmont. 4CS will offer four breakout sessions that bring a classified perspective to the issues facing our community colleges and students. Each year the interactive and informative sessions hosted by 4CS are well attended by a diverse audience of classified staff, students, trustees and administrators. We encourage you to consider attending the convention in November and encouraging other classified staff at your colleges to also participate. 4 4CS Connections June 2007

5 Model senates honored Recognition of Classified Senate organizations that exercise their role in shared governance with autonomy and professionalism is one way in which the California Community Colleges Classified Senate (4CS) can assist other colleges in developing their local senates or councils. Model Classified Senates define the standard of staff participation within the learning environment for California community college students: encourage staff leaders to become stronger, and offer reference and experience for novice organizations and those seeking organizational revitalization. The four model senates who will be recognized and honored during the 2007 Classified Leadership Institute are City College of San Francisco, Grossmont- Cuyamaca Community College District, Mira Costa College, and Sacramento City College. Grossmont-Cuyamaca Classified Senate The following criteria are used to determine if a Classified Senate is granted Model status by 4CS. A Model Classified Senate is one that: Is a participatory governance body elected by its constituents Operates professionally under bylaws and/or a constitution approved by its constituency Has a copy of their current bylaws/constitution on file with 4CS Is recognized by the college administration as a governance participant Encourages a cooperative working and professional relationship with a collective bargaining agents (if one exists) and considers input or concerns of such group Has an up to date website Is organized to actively engage in the shared governance process Communicates routinely with 4CS City College of San Francisco Mira Costa College Classified Senate 4CS Connections June

6 CLI 2007 Scholarship Recipients Tammy Eberhardt Cerro Coso Community College I began my career 20 years ago as a parent volunteer in my daughter s school. I am currently the Administrative Assistant to the Vice President of Academic Affairs at Cerro Coso Community College and serve as the Vice President of both the Classified Senate and CSEA chapter. I look forward to networking with the other attendees and have learned over the years that opportunities like this present long term connections. I enjoy meeting new people and gaining new insight to campus issues we all share. When Janet phoned to let me know I was selected to receive one of the scholarships, I was sure she had incorrectly dialed the phone. I am very pleased that she did in fact have the correct number. Kari Crawford Cuyamaca College I am originally from Northern California where I worked for UC Davis as an advisor for a program serving underrepresented 1st generation college students. I am a 1st generation college student and product of the community college system. I can t think of a better place to work because of the value my college places on a quality education and equal opportunity for every student. I have a Master s degree in Education, specialization in Counseling and Guidance and am also an adjunct counselor for DSP & S. I hope to work in the community college system for a long time, assisting all types of students in achieving their dreams through education. On a personal level, I love to travel, dance, act, snorkel and enjoy life in sunny San Diego. Linda Allen Skyline College I have worked in the San Mateo Community College District for 8 years. I got involved working on classified projects by accident. I was asked to fill in for someone at a meeting one day, but my immediate response was do I have to speak. During the meeting the things I heard compelled me to speak and I have been speaking to and for our classified staff at Skyline College ever since. I later Tammy Eberhardt Cerro Coso Community College Kari Crawford Cuyamaca College Linda Allen Skyline College became the Vice President of the Classified Council and eventually became the Classified Council President. To work for and with your co-workers is both rewarding and fulfilling. In addition, to my classified duties I coach girl s basketball, serve on many community advisory committees, and am a founding member of the Parent Voice of San Mateo Chapter. Thank you to our Sponsors 4CS offers sincere appreciation and thanks our supporting members and sponsors. Several corporations, senates, colleges, districts, and individuals made financial contributions to promote the activities and operations of 4CS. 4CS Corporate Sponsors Platinum Level Sehi Computer Products, Inc Microsoft Gold Level Sungard Higher Education Keenan Associates Verizon Silver Level SIG Company of Experts 4CS Individual Sponsors Linda Kelso Patrick Lane Cari Plyley Governance Level Classified Level Denise Albright Linda Nies Janet Pedersen Tony Prestby Gary Potts Barbara Salmon 4CS Level Supporting Members District Level Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District and Classified Senate Butte College Chaffey College Copper Mountain College De Anza College Las Positas College Senate Level Julie Whiting Jim Wilson Shirley Schmid Monica Souza Mira Costa College Sierra College 6 4CS Connections June 2007

7 Governance Organization Spotlight The California Community College Council for Staff and Organizational Development is an organization that provides training resources and networking opportunities for staff development professionals of the California community colleges. Among the many services it provides, 4C/SD: Promotes leadership in staff, program, and organizational development. Provides education for the staff developers regarding the principles of staff and organizational development. Provides training in developing, implementing, and evaluating effective staff development programs. Provides regional and statewide workshops and conferences. Publishes a newsletter (IN- TERACTION) for the membership to exchange ideas. Serves as a liaison between the State Chancellor's office and the colleges regarding staff development issues and serves as an advocate for Staff Development concerns. Becoming a member of 4CSD 4CSD Goals Goal 1: Promote Leadership in Staff, Faculty, Program and Organizational Development Goal 2: Serve as an Advocate for Staff, Faculty and Organizational Development Goal 3: Become a leader in Assessing and Evaluating Staff and Organizational Development Programs and Activities Goal 4: Promote Innovation and Recognize Excellence Goal 5: Promote Training in Development and Implementing Effective Staff and Organizational Development Programs Goal 6: Provide a Networking Environment for Sharing and Gathering Information Goal 7: Promote and Market Staff and Organizational Development and 4C/SD Goal 8: Increase Support to Staff and Organization Developers in their Abilities to Incorporate Technology in their Programs 4C/SD Executive Board Diane Hollems (Chair) Santa Barbara City College 721 Cliff Drive Santa Barbara, CA Jan Schardt (Vice Chair and Treasurer) Napa Valley College 2277 Napa-Vallejo Highway Napa,CA Leslie Carr (Secretary) College of the Canyons Rockwell Canyon Rd. Santa Clarita CA Mark Greenhalgh Fullerton College 321 East Chapman Ave. Fullerton, CA Gregory Beyrer Cosumnes River College 8401 Center Parkway Sacramento, CA Barbara Morrissey Las Positas College 3033 Collier Canyon Road Livermore, CA Benefits of your 4C/SD membership include Reduced rate for selected partnership activities Regional meetings with local staff and organization developers in your area Access to the 4C/SD listserv allowing you to post questions and responses to the community of college staff developers throughout California Eligibility to nominate or receive Outstanding Achievement Awards Access statewide staff and organizational development resources For more information and to support 4CSD activities, please log on to How to join Institutional membership is $125 annually, July 1 - June 30. Individual membership is $25. 4CS Connections June

8 New 4CS President Pledges Teamwork I know you have heard Never, say never! before and yes I have too, but it did not stop me from trying to use it. Did you notice I said I tired to use it? I have always fashioned myself as a leader that follows or a leader that is somewhere in the ranks but now it is time for me to actually step up to the plate. As your CS President, I want you to know that I truly believe in teamwork and the motto, there is no I in TEAM. However, we all know that someone has to help coordinate the logistics of the team. As a SPA at Sacramento City College, I manage event logistics for the Cultural Awareness Center. I believe this experience along with my long-term involvement with 4CS will aid me in facilitating some of the Presidents charge; appropriately recognizing shared governance bodies, colleges, and districts which recognize the value of higher education in the state of California. Monica Souza, 4CS President Elect Governor Schwarzenegger Honored with 4CS Leadership Award The California Community Colleges Classified Senate honors Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger with the annual Leadership Award recognizing his significant support for community colleges and classified participation in governance at the state level. 4CS will present the award to Dr. Tod Burnett, Vice Chancellor of the California Community Colleges, who will be accepting the award on his behalf during the annual Classified Leadership Institute on Friday June 22, Monica Souza 4CS President-Elect Arnold Schwarzenegger Governor of California As Governor, Arnold Schwarzenegger has consistently supported the mission of the community colleges. He is an alumnus of Santa Monica College and regularly promotes the role of the community college in building a strong California. June July California Community Colleges Classified Senate Calendar of 4CS Activities and Deadlines CS General Business Meeting Granlibakken Conference Center 4CS Executive Board Meeting Granlibakken Conference Center 9-10 Board of Governors Meeting 19 Consultation Council Meeting August 16 Consultation Council Meeting September Board of Governors Meeting CS Executive Board Meeting College to be determined 20 Consultation Council Meeting October 18 Consultation Council Meeting Chancelors Office, Sacramento November 5-6 Board of Governors Meeting Chancellors Office, Sacramento CCLC Annual Convention & 4CS Partner Conference Creating Our Future: From Promises to Action San Jose Fairmont Hotel CONNECTIONS is published twice yearly, November and June, by the California Community College Classified Senate (4CS), 2017 O St., Sacramento, CA Please submit your suggestions and/or articles no later than October 1st for the November issue and May 1st for the June issue to: Tony Prestby, Newsletter Editor, Santa Monica College, 1900 Pico Boulevard, Santa Monica CA 90405, or to 8 4CS Connections June 2007

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