Professional Development Program 


The mission of the Professional Development Program, as carried out through the Professional Development Committee (PDC), is to promote an inclusive learning culture that supports the strategic goals of the College in which all college employees--faculty, Classified staff, Confidential staff and administrators--will have ongoing opportunities to develop and expand the skills and practices that influence student learning, and support students in achieving their educational goals.  In addition to providing ongoing professional development opportunities for all college staff,
the PDC approves all funding requests
.

The PDC works in coordination with the Faculty Excellence Committee (FEC), a subcommittee
of Academic Senate, who oversees the Faculty Excellence Program.  The FEC's mission is to
promote, improve, and sustain the professional growth of faculty for the benefit of students,
and in order to assist the College in meeting its goals. 
The FEC has developed the professional development calendar/configuration and the institutional criteria for faculty professional development credit; determines the content and schedule for professional development days/activities; assesses faculty professional development needs; and evaluates the overall professional development program.

                             Committee Membership

Stacy Bartlett, Dean of ACSS (Administrative Rep)
Sarah Bish, Human Resources Analyst (Classified Rep)
Jennie Dougherty, Administrative Secretary (Classified Rep)
Jacquelyn Horton, Communications Instructor (Faculty FEC Rep)
Rochelle Morris, Student Services Specialist (Classified Rep)
Sherry Nicholas, Executive Assistant (Confidential Rep & Co Chair)
Marrianne Williams, Interim Associate VP of HR (Administrative Rep & Co Chair)

Committee Structure and Resources

The Professional Development Committee Overview Chart and Bylaws can be
accesseed at the following linksPDC OVERVIEW  ~   PDC BYLAWS  04/14/2020

Meetings are usually held on the 4th Tuesday of each month during
the academic year from 3:00-4:00 p.m. in the CELT (​Library, Room 224)​.​

Talent Skills List   

Click the link above to access a list of one-on-one trainings.

All trainings are conducted by college employees.

If you have a talent or skill you would like to share,

Email: Snicholas@shastacollege.edu