College of the Redwoods Chapter 509


Executive Board

 
CHAPTER PRESIDENT
TAMI ENGMAN

CAMPUS VICE PRESIDENT
TORY EAGLES

CHAPTER SECRETARY
THOMAS COSSEY

CHAPTER TREASURER
SCOTT PIEPER

CHAPTER PUBLIC RELATIONS OFFICER
COURTNEY LODER

JUNIOR PAST PRESIDENT
CRYSTAL MORSE

CHAPTER WEBMASTER (appointed)
COURTNEY LODER

Union Contacts


AREA B

AREA DIRECTOR
FRANK RODRIGUEZ

REGION 14

REGIONAL REPRESENTATIVE
COLETTE AITKEN

FIELD OFFICE
NORTH BAY
2345 STANWELL CIR
CONCORD  94520
(800) 464-7717

FIELD DIRECTOR
GABRIELA ECHEVARRIA

LABOR RELATIONS REPRESENTATIVE
MARK AHRENS

Employer(s) / District(s)


REDWOODS COMMUNITY COLLEGE

Redwoods Chapter 509 News

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITY - Word and Excel Training

Microsoft Word and Excel Trainings

Barbara Jaffari (Business Technology) will offer professional development trainings on Microsoft Word and Microsoft Excel. This training discussion is an opportunity to speak with Barbara about your Microsoft Word and Excel training needs and interests. RSVP for the Microsoft Word/Excel Training Discsussion to Joselle Wagner at joselle-wagner@redwoods.edu.

Microsoft Word/Excel Training Discussion

3:00-3:30pm, Monday, March 26, 2018
FM 107

Microsoft Word Training

3:00-4:00pm, Monday, April 9
HU 210

Microsoft Excel Training

3:00-4:00pm, Monday, April 16
HU 210

Give your feedback on this year's resolutions

Eight resolutions have been certified for submission to the 2018 Conference. The chapter will discuss the resolutions at upcoming chapter meetings, or you can give your input on the resolutions to any of the chapter leadership or conference delegates. Delegates will be the ones to vote on the resolutions on behalf of the chapter at this year’s conference.

This year’s resolutions are:

1.      Addressing Supreme Court Decision on Service Fees
2.      Amended SB 1626 School Security Training
3.      Direct Representation of the Retiree Unit on the CSEA Board of Directors
4.      Stabilize the California State Budget by Reforming Commercial and Industrial Property Taxes
5.      Resolution to be Submitted to CSEA Amending Online Voting Requirements
6.      CSEA Jurisdiction
7.      Supplemental Member Education and Training Fund
8.      Retiring Employees Orientation

CSEA News

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csea cares

Golf tournament helps members in need

The Annual Merry Kay Ezell Golf Tournament will be held April 28 in Fresno to raise funds for CSEA members in need. Find out how you can pitch in to help as a participant or sponsor.
Election

Support school-friendly candidates on June 5

CSEA urges you to support candidates who champion public education, understand the importance of classified employees and have an established record of supporting working families.
Noon Duty

CSEA welcomes noon duty aides

As of January 1, 2018, all noon duty aides are classified employees by California law. CSEA welcomes you to the classified service and proudly invites you to join us as a CSEA member. 
KYR

Know your rights

Classified employees are afforded many basic rights by law or through collective bargaining. Learn about your rights on the job and what you can do to protect yourself if your rights are violated.
CSEW

Classified School Employee Week 

California will celebrate Classified School Employee Week May 20-26 and honor the contributions of classified school employees. From transporting and feeding students to teaching them vital skills and ensuring that schools are operating smoothly, classified employees are the heartbeat of our schools and community colleges.
community

CSEA and the community

CSEA members are known for being active in the community. In many ways, that's what being a CSEA member is all about. Whether we’re working for local charities or volunteering in youth sports programs, we serve our communities with the same pride that we serve our students and schools.