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Trustee Kenneth BrownSunday, February 19th, 2017 at 5:05am
El Camino College Seeks Nominations for the 2017 Distinguished Women’s Wall of Fame

The Women’s History Month Committee at El Camino College is seeking candidates for the 2017 Distinguished Women’s Wall of Fame.

The Women of Distinction Award recognizes outstanding women from the El Camino College area, honoring them for their contributions to the community. Honorees are selected by the committee each year during March – Women’s History Month.

Award nominations may be made by friends, family, and colleagues; or individuals may nominate themselves. Nominees will be judged for their contributions in the following areas that align with this year’s National Women’s History Month theme, Honoring Trailblazing Women in Labor & Business: professional accomplishments; leadership and/or mentorship; and social, educational, or health services.

Those nominated must live or work in the communities within the El Camino Community College District: El Segundo, Redondo Beach, Manhattan Beach, Hermosa Beach, Lawndale, Lennox, Inglewood, Hawthorne, and Torrance.

The nomination deadline is March 1. The leaders will be honored at the Women’s History Month Luncheon set for March 17 in the El Camino College East Dining Room. Honorees will also be featured on the El Camino College Distinguished Women’s Wall of Fame throughout the year and their names will be engraved on a plaque that remains on the wall permanently.

To nominate a candidate or to see a list of previous honorees, view: http://www.elcamino.edu/events/whm.asp or call 310-660-3868.
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Trustee Kenneth Brown shared a photo.Friday, February 17th, 2017 at 8:40pm
#BEYA2017 Highlights: Tyrone D. Taborn, Chairman and CEO of CCG, Inc. with Admiral Mullen, Ret, Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff and Marine Corps Gen. Joseph F. Dunford Jr., Current Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
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Trustee Kenneth Brown shared BEYA's video.Friday, February 17th, 2017 at 8:35pm
Some highlights from #BEYA2017 where Morgan State University came to honor the award recipients! #MSU
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#STEM #HBCU #NEWS: Still marching with #MorganStateUniversity #MarchingBand at #BEYA2017? #BlackHistoryMonth "Becoming Everything You Are" | www.beya.org
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Trustee Kenneth BrownWednesday, February 15th, 2017 at 7:33pm
CA State Restores Control of Compton College District to Local Board ... Congrats to Compton! Keep up the great work!!
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownTuesday, February 14th, 2017 at 4:28pm
Citing Progress Toward Goal of Restoring Compton College, State Officials Announce Transfer of Governing Authority Back to Locally Elected Board

SACRAMENTO, Calif. -- California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy Ortiz Oakley today announced that governance of the Compton Community College District will be returned to the district’s elected board of trustees, saying the move signals impressive achievement toward creating an independent, accredited college within the Compton Community College District (CCCD).

“This is a sign of remarkable progress and we congratulate faculty, staff, administrators, students and the community on the hard work that has led to this,” Oakley said. “It is an important step toward the ultimate goal of seeing that Compton College once again operate as an accredited institution under the sole control of Compton Community College District.”

Through Assembly Bill 318, a special trustee was appointed by the state to oversee the district 10 years ago after administrative failure and fraud led to Compton College’s accreditation being revoked. Thanks to a partnership with El Camino Community College District, the Compton Center, operated by El Camino College serves students within the Compton Community College District.

“Returning control of Compton Community College District to the elected board of trustees has been a top priority of ours,” said Cecilia V. Estolano, president of the California Community Colleges Board of Governors. “We will do everything in our power to help Compton achieve that next milestone of accreditation and full independence.”

Assembly Bill 318 provided that the CCCD governing board authority would be returned when the governor, the director of the state Department of Finance and the state chancellor agreed that the district has for two consecutive years met a comprehensive set of requirements detailed in its recovery plan. The CCCD board of trustees authority is returned with the assistance of a special trustee who will have significantly reduced responsibilities, in the form of stay and rescind authority.

"The Compton Community College District Board of Trustees is very pleased to receive concurrence from the special trustee, state chancellor, Governor's Office, and the Department of Finance regarding the return of our local authority. Our commitment to represent the interests of the communities we serve will continue to be a priority as we continue moving forward," said Andres Ramos, president of the Compton Community College District Board of Trustees.

“The El Camino Community College District is fully committed to continuing its partnership with the Compton Community College District, to ensure that accredited programs and services are available to the residents of the Compton District,” said Kenneth Brown, president of the El Camino Community College District board of trustees. “The return of local authority is an important milestone in the path to accreditation of an independent college in the Compton Community College District.”

Compton Community College District encompasses about 29 square miles, making educational services available to residents of Compton, Lynwood, Paramount and Willowbrook, as well as portions of Athens, Bellflower, Carson, Downey, Dominguez, Lakewood, Long Beach and South Gate. Next steps for the Compton Center and Compton District include a four-step process to achieve accreditation and full independence, which officials say could come as early as 2020.

Chancellor Oakley also praised the support of Gov. Jerry Brown, Finance Director Michael Cohen as well as state legislators representing the two college districts: Senators Ben Allen, Steven Bradford and Ricardo Lara; Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon and Assembly members Autumn Burke, Cristina Garcia, Mike Gipson, Holly Mitchell, Al Muratsuchi and Sebastian Ridley-Thomas.

The California Community Colleges is the largest system of higher education in the nation composed of 72 districts and 113 colleges serving 2.1 million students per year. Community colleges supply workforce training, basic skills education in English and math, and prepare students for transfer to four-year institutions. The Chancellor’s Office provides leadership, advocacy and support under the direction of the Board of Governors of the California Community Colleges. For more information about the community colleges, please visit http://californiacommunitycolleges.cccco.edu/, https://www.facebook.com/CACommColleges, or https://twitter.com/CalCommColleges.
Trustee Kenneth Brown
Trustee Kenneth BrownTuesday, February 14th, 2017 at 7:52am
To: ECC Faculty, Staff, Managers, Students

In an effort to provide easier parking access on campus, we are pleased to introduce a provisional “stacked parking” program scheduled for the first three weeks of the spring 2017 semester.

All sections of Parking Lot L - south of Redondo Beach Boulevard – will offer a parking system in which cars are parked in marked stalls as well as in the aisles. By using this system, up to an additional 214 cars can park in Lot L. Stacked parking is open to students, employees, and visitors and is designed to offer parking options during the busiest times of the day, quickly and efficiently.

How it works:
As Lot L nears capacity for cars parked in marked stalls, professional attendants from a private company will instruct drivers to park in the aisles. The attendants will provide drivers with a claim ticket to be used for obtaining their keys when they return for their cars. Parking attendants retain keys for those parked in aisles and move vehicles as needed to allow for access and exit.

This system will run from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Thursday from February 13 through March 2. An attendant will remain on duty in Lot L until all keys are returned.

The stacked parking program was recommended by the ECC Parking and Traffic Committee and has proven successful at other colleges and universities, including USC and UC Davis, as a safe and efficient way to meet the demand for parking at busy times, such as the beginning of each semester.

Please note: Drivers must display a current ECC parking pass. A semester parking permit ($35) or daily parking permit ($3) must be displayed when parking anywhere on campus.

Additional Campus Parking:
Lots H and F will be open for student parking; and faculty and staff may continue to park in Lots B, D, E, H, J and K.

Parking Tips:
Please remember to arrive early in the first few weeks of the semester to allow enough time to get to your destination. Drivers are also reminded to park on campus and in designated spaces; please avoid parking in the neighboring communities and in restricted areas.

Employees and students are also encouraged to find alternative transportation to campus during the first few weeks of the semester to help alleviate parking congestion – try the bus, ride a bike – carpool!

Thank you for working together to keep traffic and parking congestion to a minimum during the first few of weeks of school.


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