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November 16, 2016
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Next Webinar November 18: Adult Ed LaunchBoard Tab and Pilot
Join us for the next webinar on Friday, November 18th at 12:00PM. The webinar topic will be Adult Ed LaunchBoard Tab and Pilot with Kathy Booth as a special guest presenter. The webinar will be recorded and posted to the AEBG Webinar Series page. Visit that page or see below for directions on connecting to the webinar.
How to Connect to the Webinars: 
  • Dial your telephone conference line: (888) 886-3951
  • Cell phone users dial: 913-312-3202
  • Enter your passcode: 819898
  • Go to www.cccconfer.org
  • Click the Meetings tab at the top of the screen or the Join a Class or Meeting Button at the bottom of the screen
  • Locate your meeting and click Connect
  • Fill out the form using passcode 819898 and click Connect

As always, past webinars can be accessed via the AEBG Webinar Series page.  Click on "Listen to Recording" to access the webinar. You will be connected to the CCCConfer webpage where you will have to enter your name and email address and click "connect" to listen to and view the archive webinar.

If you are having trouble connecting, or have in the past, please contact CCCConfer Client Services so that they can provide assistance. You can contact them by phone at 1-760-744-1150 ext. 1537 or 1554, or by email at  clientservices@cccconfer.org.

Article4Webinar on Workforce & Immigrants for Advocates
The National Immigration Law Center, the California Workforce Development Board, and the California Workforce Association are hosting a webinar on workforce, immigrants and how to engage in the regional/local workforce planning process. The webinar will be held on December 8, 2016 at 1:00PM-2:30PM.

They will discuss how the workforce development system works, what WIOA is, and how to engage in the WIOA planning process to help improve services to immigrant workers.  See the link below to register.  For more information, please contact Jennifer Hernandez via email at the Labor and Workforce Development Agency (jennifer.hernandez@labor.ca.gov).

Article4Corrections to College Site Offers Directory of Programs for Currently and Formerly Incarcerated Students
The Corrections to College website features an interactive map and directory of California prison, jail, and campus programs for currently and formerly incarcerated college students, as well as news and events, resources, and video testimonials. This is a project of the Renewing Communities Initiative, a four-year initiative designed to build a network of bridges from corrections to college in California. It is a joint initiative of The Opportunity Institute and the Stanford Criminal Justice Center.  

Article4New Due Date: Data and Accountability Budget and Work Plan Now Due February 20, 2017
Based on feedback from the AEBG Summit, the State AEBG Office will be providing you additional time to submit your Data and Accountability budget, work plan, and to upload your online budget into the AEBG financial reporting system.  The new deadline will be February 20, 2017. This provides an extra two months to work on your plans. Look for more information from the State AEBG Office regarding data and accountability soon.
Note: If you do want to submit your budget, work plan, and upload your budget earlier than the extended deadline of 2/20/17, please e-mail the AEBG inbox, aebg@cccco.edu, and request your data and accountability funding password that will allow you to upload your budget (and also submit the required budget & work plan template as instructed via e-mail to the AEBG inbox).

Be sure to check out the AEBG Calendar for more important due dates and milestones. 

Article4New Features in AEBG Portal
Consortia Leads: Be sure to check out the new calendar feature in the AEBG Portal.  This new feature will help consortia leads manage due dates and milestones.  

Article4Strong Workforce Regional Meetings
The Strong Workforce Program was developed to facilitate program coordination and alignment with other workforce training, education, and employment services in the state, and operate in a manner that complies with the California Strategic Workforce Development Plan, including the federal Workforce Innovation and Opportunity, adult education block grant consortia, and K-12 career technical education programs. Strong Workforce regions have begun meeting. For an example of what to expect at Strong Workforce regional meeting, CLICK HERE for the presentation from the Bay Area's recent Strong Workforce Meeting. CLICK HERE for a schedule of regional Strong Workforce meetings.  

Article7Have Questions or Comments?

Send them to AEBG@cccco.edu
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