Links to Other Organizations

Below are web addresses of other organizations and associations that may be of interest to professionals in the field of work-integrated learning and experiential learning, such as internships, community-based learning and cooperative education.

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Links to State Organizations

California Community College Association for Occupational Education (CCCAOE)
CCCAOE is the professional organization of vocational/occupational administrators and faculty. CCCAOE's purpose is to promote public recognition of vocational education and economic development activities; to develop partnerships with community agencies; to serve as a resource in assisting the membership to provide quality opportunities for professional growth within the community colleges.

Community College League of California (CCLC)
The Community College League of California is a nonprofit public benefit corporation whose voluntary membership consists of the 72 local community college districts in California. The League serves the districts in six areas: education programs, research and policy analysis, fiscal services programs, governmental relations, communications, and governance of athletics.

California Department of Education
This arm of the state government administers the K-12 system.

California Part-time Faculty Association (CPFA)
The mission of the California Part-Time Faculty Association (CPFA) is to create the opportunity for community college students to have equal access to quality education by promoting professional equity for all faculty.



California Postsecondary Education Commission
CPEC is the state agency which makes recommendations to the Governor and Legislature on higher education policies.

Faculty Association of California Community Colleges (FACCC)
FACCC is a statewide professional membership association that advocates solely for all community college faculty. FACCC endeavors to work cooperatively with all community college faculty organizations. FACCC maintains a policy of strict neutrality as to the selection, organizational structure, governance and leadership of other faculty organizations.

Foundation for California Community Colleges
The Foundation for California Community Colleges (FCCC) assists community colleges (and other partner schools) to operate more effectively and efficiently through donations, grants, programs, and services that drive excellence while saving millions of dollars each year.

Student Senate for California Community Colleges (SSCCC)
The Student Senate for California Community Colleges is the official voice of the 2.1 million students on California Community Colleges as recognized in Title 5 section 50002.