San Diego Committees
Our main event is the WHO Banquet on even-numbered years and a President's Recognition Brunch on odd-numbered years. You will attend both events “GRATIS” as a member of the Awards Committee. The Awards Committee is also responsible for selecting the State WHO Award (every year), Local WHO Awards (even-numbered years) and other great awards like the TLC Award.
Community Engagement Committee
The goal of the Community Outreach Committee is to help coordinate SDCSCC and individual locals' interactions with Community Based Organizations (CBO). The committee will be responsible for identifying San Diego County community based organizations and interfacing with these organizations to assist with their various projects. The Community Outreach Committee will disseminate information through the San Diego Service Center Council members and local association presidents to support the various CBOs. Local associations and the SDCSCC can support the CBOs with donations, attending functions, and volunteering time.
The Election team meets several times per year at the San Diego RRC to meet with Chapter Presidents and Chapter Election Chair's to establish timelines for State Council elections and NEA-RA State delegate elections. Election Committee members must also be available on "election night" to verify results as they come in and finalize the resutls. Election Committee members also maintain a “Buddy System” for newly elected reps to State Council.
Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee (EMAC)
The purpose of the Ethnic Minority Affairs Committee (EMAC) is to serve the CTA and Service Center communities by encouraging and enhancing the participation of ethnic minorities at all levels of organization. EMAC members will collaborate with the Service Center Equity Team, comprised of EMAC, Women’s Issues/Leadership Committee, and Human Rights Committee, as sanctioned by CTA.
Human Rights Committee
Clarify and analyze human rights issues within districts and community and then establish priorities to deal with specific problem areas. Provide CTA Leadership Development Training programs and CTA High Risk Programs to the membership. Promote existing training packages that reflect cultural sensitivity for all ethnic minority groups. Keep members abreast of grants, scholarships, conferences, awards.
Responsible for planning and facilitating the annual Human Rights Reception and the Human Rights Training.
Instructional & Professional Development Committee
The IPD Committee explores trainings and workshops available through CTA and elsewhere to assist our members with effective instructional techniques and supportive organizational workshops. The comnmittee develops a survey, prioritizes trainings, and assists the chairperson in arranging the event.
Take attendance at SDCSCC General Membership meeting. The Membership Committee meets at the San Diego RRC prior to each General Membership meeting to conduct: mailings, and calling chapters and State Council reps that were absent from prior SDCSCC General Membership meetings and invite them to upcoming meetings.
Political Involvement Committee
Members train and are point members on candidate interview teams for school boards and in lobbying education issues at the local and state level.
Schedule and attend retirement trainings and assist with registration at the events. There will be at least three trainigns scheduled each year.