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November


The ICT-Digital Media Sector presents ICT Educator Webinar Series

Exploring the ICT Disciplines: Which ICT Career is for you?

November 8, 2019 - 10:00am
Online


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IE Accelerator

Sphero Programming Two- Day Workshop

November 12-13,2019
3pm – 5pm
San Bernardino Community College District Applied Technology Training Center (ATTC) Room 121
114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA. 92408

Join us for a fun-filled, two-day workshop where you will learn to program and play using Sphero Robots to tackle obstacle course races! No previous programming experience necessary.

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Scribble Bot Workshop

November 14,2019
3pm – 5pm
San Bernardino Community College District Applied Technology Training Center (ATTC) Room 121
114 South Del Rosa Drive
San Bernardino, CA. 92408

If you’re looking for an artistic buddy, come on by and make your own scribbling robot! Join us in learning to make your own bouncing critter to take home using electronics and crafts. Messes and fun are a guarantee!

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Developing and Sustaining Enhanced Noncredit Programs

November 14 and 15, 2019 - 8:45am to 4:30pm
San Bernardino Community College District
114 S. Del Rosa Drive, San Bernardino, CA 92408
ATTC Room 120

This two-day workshop is sponsored through the Strong Workforce Program (SWP) Employability and Soft Skills Project. The workshop will focus on creating enhanced noncredit programs as compared to noncredit courses. Please forward this email to your faculty members most likely to develop curriculum. Attendees are encouraged to bring their laptops.

Participants will learn both the basics and challenges of implementing or expanding a colleges’ enhanced noncredit curriculum. There are ten noncredit categories. This workshop will focus on those noncredit courses offered in the four distinct categories that are eligible for "enhanced funding" when sequenced to lead to a Chancellor's Office approved certificate of completion or certificate of competency.

Please RSVP by October 24, 2019 with the following information:

  • Name of attendee and position title
  • Food allergies or sensitivities
Contact:
Lucinda Romo, 909-384-8637 or lromo@sbccd.org

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December


Get Focused! Stay Focused!

Regional Advisory & Skills Panel: Healthcare, East

December 3, 2019
TBA

Through the Strong Workforce Program, Regional Advisory Communities are building industry/education collaboration with the following goals in mind:

  • To meet industry employment and training needs
  • To advance career pathways for student success
  • To meet Perkins grant guidelines.
More information coming soon!

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Goodwill Tapping the Talents of Unique Populations Workforce Forum

December 4th, 2019, 8:30am - 3:00pm
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Ontario Airport

Join a broad network of stakeholders and community leaders to share ideas, explore opportunities, and discuss challenges to building a strong, inclusive workforce in which all people in the Inland Empire have the opportunity to contribute to and benefit from a thriving economy.

  • Breakfast and Lunch will be provided.
  • Registration is Free but Seating is Limited.
  • Parking is Complimentary.

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JSPAC Annual Conference

December 10 - 12, 2019
Holiday Inn, Sacramento, CA

Equity Action - The leading force for systemic educational equity. The CA Perkins Joint Special Populations Equity Annual Conference - Dig Deeper and look beyond the random acts of equity theme is to focus on education equity transformation top-down processes lead by leadership.

California Secondary, Post-Secondary systems, policy change-makers, and practitioners are undertaking the significant reforms to address the attainment disparities in opportunity gaps with “Untapped Populations”.

Untapped Populations(not used, valuable) i.e. marginalized, students with disabilities, non- traditional, foster, homeless, veterans, underserved, minorities, overrepresented, underutilized, limited English speakers, low-income, economically disadvantaged, immigrants, female veterans, first generations students, second chances.

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January


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WASTC 2020 Winter Educator’s Conference

January 6 & 7, 2020
Cisco Headquarters, Building 9, 260 E. Tasman Drive, San Jose, CA

This is the 5th Annual WASTC hosted Winter ICT Educators Conference. We have confirmed that the value of this conference is in the shared knowledge, experience, and wisdom you bring. Please plan on attending and taking the time to share your valuable knowledge, connect with your colleagues, and engage with our many business partners.

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Regional Advisory & Skills Panel: Business & Entrepreneurship

January 31, 2020
TBA

Through the Strong Workforce Program, Regional Advisory Communities are building industry/education collaboration with the following goals in mind:

  • To meet industry employment and training needs
  • To advance career pathways for student success
  • To meet Perkins grant guidelines.
More information coming soon!

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February


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Regional Advisory & Skills Panel: Advanced Manufacturing & Engineering

February 13, 2020
TBA

Through the Strong Workforce Program, Regional Advisory Communities are building industry/education collaboration with the following goals in mind:

  • To meet industry employment and training needs
  • To advance career pathways for student success
  • To meet Perkins grant guidelines.
More information coming soon!

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March


Get Focused! Stay Focused!

Regional Advisory & Skills Panel: Information & Communication Technologies (ICT)

March 6, 2020
TBA

Through the Strong Workforce Program, Regional Advisory Communities are building industry/education collaboration with the following goals in mind:

  • To meet industry employment and training needs
  • To advance career pathways for student success
  • To meet Perkins grant guidelines.
More information coming soon!

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