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Information about the CTEA Budget Allocations

THE EDI FORUM

The EDI Forum offers an opportunity for faculty from diverse disciplines to discuss the College’s response to changes in the economy and society. Offered once a year, the Forum is hosted by the EDI Committee. SRJC faculty, administrators, and staff are all welcome to attend.

At the Forum, cutting edge economic, workforce development, and curricular issues are presented and discussed, and attendees participate in small group break-out sessions and collaborative problem solving activities.

Previous EDI Forums:

Fall 2010: Environmental Technology
Spring 2010: Environmental Technology
Spring 2008: Sustainable Society: Teaching the Environment at SRJC
Spring 2007: “Student Learning Outcomes & 21st Century Work Skills”
Spring 2006: “Soft Skills: Critical to the Business World & Essential Preparation for Students”
Fall 2005: “The Impact of Sonoma County’s Demographics and Economy for Students and Faculty”
Spring 2005: “Sonoma County’s Changing Economy & Preparing Students for What’s Ahead”
Fall 2004: “Building an Effective Partnership with Your Advisory Committee”
Spring 2004: “Marketing Occupational Programs”

USEFUL LINKS

SRJC Job Referral and Placement Services
http://www.santarosa.edu/admin/gradJobs/employers.html

SRJC's Student Employment Office offers employers a full range of job referral and placement services. By prescreening applicants and offering these services free of charge, student employment can save you time and money.

SRJC Student Employment Services
http://www.santarosa.edu/stuemp/jobs/jobsintro.shtml

Student Employment Services has listings for both On Campus and Off Campus jobs. On Campus jobs require enrollment in at least 6 units during the fall and spring semesters, and at least 1⁄2 unit for the summer session. Off Campus job listings come to Student Employment Services from local and community-based organizations seeking SRJC students and alumni for employment.

Sonoma County Job Link
http://www.socojoblink.org

Job Link is part of a nationwide network of career centers developed to provide employment and training services for job seekers, job changers, and businesses. The names of the one-stop centers may differ; however, all the centers share the same goal: to provide universal access to employment and training resources for job seekers, job changers, and businesses.

Sonoma County Economic Development Board
http://www.sonoma-county.org/edb/

The Sonoma County Economic Development Board (EDB) provides assistance services that encourage the startup, retention, and expansion of Sonoma County businesses and jobs, particularly with small businesses; the creation of new jobs and employment opportunities; and the diversification of economic activity and strengthening the county's tax base.

Personnel Association of Sonoma County (PASCO)
http://www.pascohr.org

Founded in 1957 and incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1974, Personnel Association of Sonoma County (PASCO) has become one of the largest professional organizations in Sonoma County. The mission of PASCO is to provide leadership to the personnel professionals in Sonoma County by promoting professional growth in human resources management, and acting as an information network for members.

California Community College Association for Occupational Education (CCCAOE)
http://www.cccaoe.org

The mission of CCCAOE is to provide leadership to occupational education and economic development professionals involved in workforce development, and the enhancement of California's position within a global economy.

California Association for Local Economic Development (CALED)
http://www.caled.org

CALED is a team of service-oriented professionals committed to supplying members with the tools necessary to develop their local economies.

California Association for Microenterprise Opportunity (CAMEO)
http://www.microbiz.org

CAMEO is a statewide association of organizations, agencies, and individuals dedicated to furthering microenterprise development in California. CAMEO builds the capacity of practitioner organizations to better meet customer needs.

California Community Colleges Economic & Workforce Development Program (CCCEWD)
http://www.cccewd.net

CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE

CLOVERDALE Cloverdale Chamber of Commerce
105 N. Cloverdale Blvd.
Cloverdale, CA
(707) 894-4470   Fax: (707) 894-9568
www.cloverdale.net
COTATI Cotati Chamber of Commerce
216 E. School Street
Cotati, CA 94931
(707) 795-5508   Fax: (707) 795-5868
www.cotati.org
HEALDSBURG Healdsburg Chamber of Commerce
217 Healdsburg Avenue
Healdsburg, CA 95448
(707) 433-6935   Fax: (707) 433-7562
www.healdsburg.org
PETALUMA Petaluma Chamber of Commerce
800 Baywood Drive, Suite 3B
Petaluma, CA
(707) 762-2785   Fax: (707) 762-4721
www.petalumachamber.com
ROHNERT PARK Rohnert Park Chamber of Commerce
6050 Commerce Blvd. #211
Rohnert Park, CA 94928
(707) 584-1415   Fax: (707) 584-2945
E-mail: rpcc@sonic.net
www.rpchamber.org
SANTA ROSA Santa Rosa Chamber of Commerce
637 First Street
Santa Rosa, CA 95404
(707) 545-1414   Fax: (707) 545-6914
www.santarosachamber.com
SEBASTOPOL Sebastopol Chamber of Commerce
265 South Main Street
Sebastopol, CA 95472
(707) 823-3032   Fax: (707) 823-8439
www.sebastopol.org
SONOMA Sonoma Valley Chamber of Commerce
651 “A” Broadway
Sonoma, CA 95476
(707) 996-1033   Fax: (707)996-9402
www.sonomachamber.com
WINDSOR Windsor Chamber of Commerce
8499 Old Redwood Highway
Windsor, CA 95492
(707) 838-7285   Fax: (707) 838-2778
www.windsorchamber.com

Santa Rosa Junior College is officially accredited by the Western Association of Schools and Colleges