Plan to Attend CCA's 2018 Winter/Spring Conferences

CCA's Fall 2017 Conference has successfully concluded, but you can look forward to attending the Winter 2018 Conference, February 9-11 at the Hyatt Regency, LAX. Registration for the Winter Conference is now OPEN!!! For more information on CCA's conferences, check out the Conference Section. The Grievance Academy application deadline has been extended to Jan. 26th. Nominations for the BSL academy are being accepted until 5:00PM on March 16th.

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CCA Winter Conference Registration is now OPEN!!!

Registration is now open!!!!  Click Here to begin your registration

As a part of the registration process, you will be required to make your own hotel reservations at the Hyatt Regency LAX while registering for the conference via the hotel link or call 888-421-1442. The deadline to receive the special CCA rate of $139.00 (plus tax) per night for single or double occupancy is January 18, 2018.
 
Download Conference Program to view and share with members of your association who may also be interested in attending the conference.
 
The 2018 CCA Winter Conference begins with registration on Friday, February 9 at 3:00pm and concludes on Sunday, February 11 at 12:00pm.

NOTE: Delegates and CCA California Leadership Academy participants must register by 9:00am on Saturday and attend all sessions to be eligible for expense reimbursement. Please plan your travel accordingly. 
 

CTA/NEA Community College Association
Phone: 916-288-4921
Email: ccaconference@cta.org
Website: www.cca4me.org


Learn more about conferences at www.ctago.org.

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