Voting Members Overview

Regional Consortia Voting Member Roles and Responsibilities

The Regional Consortia (RC) Voting Member is the official representative of their college.  Each college designee is selected by their College President or Chief Instructional Officer.  

The RC Voting Member’s responsibilities may include recommending for approval, new, expanded, or revised Career Technical Education (CTE) programs to the Chancellor’s Office of the California Community Colleges.  The RC voting member will represent their college in addressing the needs of business and industry, educational systems and other stakeholders in the workforce development community of practitioners.

The Voting Members will also engage in policy discussions on the work of the Regional Consortia. As needed, small taskforces may be organized to discuss and resolve issues for the RC.

 Regional Responsibilities: 

  1. Represent their college as its voting member
  2. Serve as campus liaison between their college and the Regional Consortia, Deputy Sector Navigators, Sector Navigators and Technical Assistance Providers
  3. Act as the first point of contact at their college for regional CTE funding opportunities
  4. Assist campus faculty in preparing programs for regional approval
  5. Assist the Regional Consortia with building regional partnerships
  6. Communicate with their college leadership on the work of the Regional Consortia

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