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Press Release — California Community Colleges Board of Governors Recognizes 2018-19 Exemplary Program Award Recipients 

January 16, 2019

 SACRAMENTO, Calif. — The California Community Colleges Board of Governors this week honored four California community colleges as part of the 2018-19 Exemplary Program Awards. Rio Hondo College earned the highest honor for its alternative fuels program in alignment with this year’s award theme of “Environmental Responsibility.” Riverside City College, Santa Barbara City College and Sierra College received honorable mentions. 

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Press Release — California Community Colleges Welcomes Sheneui Weber as New Vice Chancellor for Workforce and Economic Development

January 14, 2019

Sacramento — Sheneui Weber, former chief operating officer for advancement and economic development for the Long Beach Community College District, has been appointed vice chancellor of workforce and economic development for the California Community Colleges Chancellor’s Office. 

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Media Statement — California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley Issues Statement on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2019-20 Budget Proposal

January 10, 2019

Sacramento — California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley issued the following statement on Gov. Gavin Newsom’s 2019-20 budget proposal:

“Extending the College Promise will give more Californians the opportunity to gain the skills and credentials needed to succeed in today’s economy. The College Promise incentivizes colleges to align with K-12 and university partners while adopting student success reforms and complements California’s historic commitment to free tuition for low-income community college students by supporting colleges in providing free tuition to all full-time, first-time students. We will work with the governor and Legislature to expand this opportunity to put students first and continue to expand need-based financial aid to cover the total cost of attendance. We are heartened by the governor’s proposals to significantly expand aid for students who are raising children and expand competitive Cal Grants. These investments will give more students ability to achieve their educational goals and build better lives.”
 
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January 14, 2019