Professional Opportunities Listings
2017 ACCM Project Delivery Methods Handbook
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Community College Bond Election Results (November 11, 2016)
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CCFC Courier Archive (2005–2015)
Past CCFC Design Award Winners – Updated 10/01/14
Community College League of California
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.
Faculty Association of California Community Colleges
The Faculty Association of California Community Colleges is the statewide professional membership association that advocates solely for
community college faculty.
The Foundation for California Community Colleges
The Foundation for California Community colleges is the auxiliary foundation for the Board Governors and the California Community colleges System.
Chancellor's Office of the California Community Colleges
The Chancellor's Office is the administrative branch of the California Community College system.
Located in Sacramento, this state agency provides leadership and technical assistance to the 108 community
colleges and 72 community college districts in California. It is also responsible for allocating state funding
to the colleges and districts.
Facilities Planning Unit
The Facilities Planning Unit provides capital outlay and local assistance project support to over 108 colleges, 54 established centers, 42
emerging centers and thousands of out reach centers from Yreka near the Oregon border, to Chula Vista near the Mexican border.
Department of Finance
The Department of Finance is responsible for the preparation of the state Budget.
The State of California
This official Web site has links to most state agencies and information about California business and attractions.
Official California Legislative Information
The Legislative Counsel's Official California Legislative Information Web site includes ways to access current and proposed law and
explains how the Legislature works. The Legislative Counsel's Bureau is responsible for actually writing legislation as conceived by legislators.
California State Senate
A comprehensive source for information about Senators, Senate committees, past and present legislation, and the legislative process.
California State Assembly
A comprehensive source for information about Assembly members, Assembly committees, past and present legislation, and the
Legislative Analyst's Office
The LAO provides nonpartisan fiscal and policy analysis to the California Legislature, including an annual analysis of the Governor's budget, fiscal
analyses of all measures that qualify for the statewide ballot, and reports on other topics of interest to the Legislature.