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September 28, 2016
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Article1Stay Tuned for Webinar Schedule
Stay tuned for more information on webinars which will resume in October. As always, please review previous webinars to answer questions or to learn more about featured topics. 

Article32016 AEBG Annual Summit Registration 
All AEBG Regional Consortia are invited to send four representatives to participate in the 2016 AEBG Summit: Moving the Needle. It will be held on Tuesday, November 1, from 10:30AM to 5:00PM and Wednesday, November 2, from 8:30AM to 2:00PM at the Sheraton Grand Sacramento located at 1230 J Street, Sacramento, CA. Event check-in will begin at 9:00 AM on November 1, and the Summit will kick off at 10:30 AM.
The theme for this year's summit, "Moving the Needle", focuses on the progress and change that impacts adult education. Additionally, areas such as WIOA alignment, performance measures, data collection, consortia effectiveness and shaping the long-term vision for California's adult education system will be addressed.
Registration and hotel reservation information has been sent to the primary contacts for each of the regional consortia. Please work within your regions to determine who will represent your region at the event and coordinate registration through your consortium's primary contact. Participants will need to register and make hotel reservations by September 30th.

Stay tuned for updates including the Summit agenda, speakers, and breakout sessions by visiting the AEBG.cccco.edu summit page
Article4WIOA Regional and Local Planning Guidance Released, Requires WIBs to Include AEBG Consortia
The California Workforce Investment Board has released the Workforce Investment and Opportunity Act (WIOA) regional and local planning guidance for use by local workforce investment boards (WIBs). The guidance requires local WIBs to include AEBG Consortia in the planning process.  This is a great opportunity to further collaboration and enhance partnerships with your local WIBs. See the link below to access the planning guidance and refer to pages 13 and 14 for information on how AEBG consortia will be included the process. 

Article4Financial Aid Programs and Career Development and College Preparation Reports Released
The Chancellor's Office released the 2013-15 Student Financial Aid Programs Report and the Career Development and College Preparation (CDCP) 2015 annual report, titled, Preparing Students for Careers and College Through Noncredit Enhanced Funding.  The reports can be found on the AEBG Resources page or by using the link below.

Article5Career Technical Education Tools: Career Pathways Design Resources
For resources on career pathway framework development and pathway design, CLICK HERE or see the AEBG Resources page under the Workforce Resources section. 

Article5California Community Colleges and Secretary of State Team Up to Increase Civic Participation and Voter Registration
The California Community Colleges Board of Governors endorsed a nonpartisan effort by the California Secretary of State to increase voter registration and civic participation by students from all segments of public higher education.
The partnership between the Secretary of State's office and the California Community Colleges Chancellor's Office encourages all 72 districts and 113 colleges to participate in the California Students Vote Project.  The Board of Governors adopted a memorandum of understanding with the Secretary of State's office which encourages campuses to implement best practices outline by the California Students Vote Project.

The California Students Vote Project is a public-private effort led by the California Secretary of State's office in partnership with the California Lieutenant Governor's office, and three nonprofit organizations; CalPIRG, California Common Cause, and Asian Americans Advancing Justice - Asian Law Caucus. These groups recognize that a healthy democracy must include the voices of California's next generation. The California Students Vote Project is advocating for the implementation of student voter registration best practices at all of California's public colleges and universities.  

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