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CLASSIFIED CONFERENCE
JUNE 4-6, 2019
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2020 CLASSI-CON SCHEDULE


TUESDAY JUNE

 

WEDNESDAY JUNE

 

THURSDAY JUNE

 

WORKSHOP DESCRIPTIONS:

CPR/AED/ First Aid Training
This course is designed to prepare you to administer CPR and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) in a safe, timely, and effective manner. If you would like to receive Red Cross Certification Card, please bring check or cash $20.

Introduction to Professional Learning Badges 
Our badge program provides Mesa employees with focused skill-based fully-online learning experiences. Badge earner names go on display in the LOFT and are cool to add to your list of professional accomplishments! Learn more in this session.

Conference and Travel Opportunities and Procedures
Did you know there was a Conference and Travel Committee that awards funds to Classified Professionals for travelling and attending conferences and professional learning events? Learn the ins and outs of applying for and receiving Conference and Travel funds $$$

Events, Promotion & More    Is your department planning a large event?  Attend this session to learn tips to make planning go smoothly and increase attendance! z

Shhh, It's Classified
There's a form for that!   
Perks of Being an Education Employee.
 
What is the Classified Senate?

QPR Training:Suicide Prevention

QPR stands for Question, Persuade, and Refer. QPR training, like CPR training is intended to save a life. Training allows individuals to recognize warning signs of people in distress and act to prevent a tragedy. The goal is to keep students in school and mentally healthy.

Financial Literacy Workshop: The Tax Man Cometh
Learn the basics of income tax, issues to consider when filing, and strategies to use so you can avoid paying too much to Uncle Sam

Walking Tour 
Are you at your desk all day every day?  Do you know where to find the various landmarks on campus?  Join this walking tour and gain a new appreciation for our beautiful Mesa Campus!

Impact of Campus Solutions on How We Serve Students

Financial Literacy Workshop: Financial Planning
So you'd like to buy a house? Pay off Student Loans? Save for ARetirment?  Come learn the basics as well as important strategies regarding financial planning.

Book Club Kickoff

In this session, we will discuss our new Classified Professional Book Club. What do you want from a professional learning book club- what would you like to read, what topics would you like to discuss? how often would you like to meet?

During this meeting, the first 10 registrants will receive a copy of the first selection “You are a Badass: How to Stop Doubting Your Greatness and Start Living an Awesome Life”

Student Services Spotlight
What does it mean to be a student at San Diego Mesa College? Join us and hear about the Mesa College student journey, and the impact that student services programs and departments have on enriching the student experience at Mesa College. Join us and learn about programs, services, and options available, and everyone’s role in transforming the student experience through equity minded approaches and services.

So You Want to Get Involved! Committee Roadshow and Classified Senate

ALICE Active Shooter Training
College Police will be providing ALICE (Active Shooter) training to our campus. Safety is everyone's responsibility and learning these types of skills can make the difference in an emergency.  ALICE is based on the premise that information, authorization and proactive training are the key to surviving the Active Shooter. Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate.

Retirement + CalPERS, 403B/457
A detailed look at CalPERS including: reviewing your calculation, calculating sick leave, understanding options, information about disability and survivor benefits, reading your PERS statement and how to use a supplement plan to fill any income gap for retirement. 
If you started BEFORE 1/1/2013 you will want to attend:
Wednesday 9:00am-10:15am

Mindful Eating
This workshop will explain the concept of mindful eating and offer practical strategies to incorporate it into your daily life. Participants will build mindful eating skills to improve mental, emotional, and physical health

Impact of Campus Solutions on How We Serve Students


Caring Campus - What We Have Learned

Retirement + CalPERS, 403B/457
A detailed look at CalPERS including: reviewing your calculation, calculating sick leave, understanding options, information about disability and survivor benefits, reading your PERS statement and how to use a supplement plan to fill any income gap for retirement. 
If you started AFTER 1/1/2013 you will want to attend:
Wednesday 10:30am-11:45am

Ignite Your Career with Work-Based Learning!
Grow and advance in your career with real-world experiences at Mesa College.  Attend this workshop to learn how you can explore career options, develop workplace skills, and engage with employers through hands-on activities such as industry panels, guest speaker events, workplace tours, work experience classes (for salary advancement!), and more.  Connect with the Work-Based Learning team to take your career to the next level at Mesa College!


NCRC-Art of Inclusive Communication
Participants study a model for understanding  intercultural (and other identities) awareness and learn skills that help their own development in diverse settings. Fun, yet thought-provoking exercises help participants learn about how the unwritten rules we live by are not always universal. Diversity, in the fullest sense of the word, which includes not only race and ethnicity, but also gender, sexual orientation, age, lifestyle, and abilities, is explored and valued. Recognition of the advantages some have and the history of exclusion are touched upon in a way that helps people move forward together. Additionally, we look at how respectful communication can address difficult comments from others that might be considered racist, sexist, ageist, homophobic, or in other ways derogatory to others. All of this is done in a safe and respectful learning environment.

Financial Planner Consultation Sessions (12 person per session maximum)
Enhance your Financial IQ!  One on one planning session with a pro bono financial professional.  Ask any question about finances you may have.  Areas of expertise include: Debt Management Planning, Savings Plan Development, Retirement Planning, Entrepreneurship, Student Loans, Budgeting, Investing, Insurance, And more!

Safe Zone Training
A key component of academic success is an environment where all students feel comfortable pursuing their educational goals. Safe Zone's goal is to ensure that our faculty, staff, administration and student leaders are equipped with methods to recognize and address instances of discrimination and harassment with respect to any person's gender identity and sexual orientation. 

By participating in Safe Zone training, you are expressing a willingness to ensure that LGBTQ+ members on our campus have visible allies in our community. Participating in this training demonstrates your dedication to San Diego Mesa College's shared values of diversity, equity, integrity and respect. Safe Zone also aligns with our campus's strategic direction and goals, including providing and sustaining a sense of community across campus, and promoting personal growth and professional development of our employees.

THURSDAY IS SPORTS DAY

Meet us at the lower field for Thursdays sports and games!
Games include:

80's Trivia
Softball
Kickball
Classified Jam Session
Casino Games
Bingo

Stick around for the Closing Ceremony for opportunity drawing and to see which team will take the trophy!