CCPA 2019 Leadership Nominations – NOW OPEN!

CCPA leadership team members have been engaged in on-going conversations about aligning our current election cycle (Aug-July) with the ACPA International Office (Jan-Dec). We have determined to proceed with re-aligning our election cycle to mirror that of the ACPA International Office.

By enacting this new election cycle, CCPA will:

  • Better reflect the election cycle of the ACPA International Office
  • Allow for a more seamless transition among our regional and international leadership positions
  • Allow for CCPA to better plan and coordinate professional development opportunities for our members that account for other opportunities

Moving forward, nominations for our 2019 leadership team are now open! If you submitted your nomination previously, your nomination will still be considered. If you would like to remove a previous nomination, please let us know.

Nominations are due by November 9, 2018, and must be submitted via this Google Form.

Elections will take place for one week from November 12 – 19, 2018

Please consider running or nominating someone for one of our open positions. Our open position for election are as follows:

  • President-elect
  • Director of Professional Development
  • Director of Communications

Additionally, we have appointed positions available for those interested in working on membership, new member outreach, graduate student recruitment, and member awards. Tasks for all appointed leadership team members are based on their interests.

Our open positions for appointment are as follows:

  • Award Coordinator
  • Graduate student representative
  • Drive-in/Event Host(s)

Position descriptions for all elected positions can be found in our bylaws here. If you would like to speak to any of our current leadership members about these positions, please feel free to reach out to us at california@acpa.nche.edu.

CCPA is focused on providing accessible and affordable professional development to student affairs educators across the state of California.  Please forward this posting on to those that may be interested.

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