Welcome to the Classified Employee Association
The Classified Employee Association (CEA) is to serve as a representative body which articulates Arizona Western College (AWC) Classified Employee interests, concerns, and recommendations to the AWC President and other administrators in respect to matters of policy, training, and educational opportunities. Other charges involve recommendations on working conditions and schedules; employment, promotion, and professional development; compensation and benefit plans. CEA subsists as an open forum and welcomes all members to express ideas, issues, and interests that are of concern to the AWC Classified Employees of Yuma, La Paz and South Yuma County.
The purpose of the Arizona Western College Classified Employee Association is to serve as an advocate and liaison to the AWC President and other administrators for all classified employees individually and collectively while promoting awareness of workshops, trainings, and promoting professional development. A CEA representative represents the AWC CEA Community on AWC standing and ad-hoc committees and associations and disseminates the resultant information to classified employees of Yuma, La Paz and South Yuma County.
CEA Officers: (Bottom Row) Nathaly Salas, Ashley Macawile, Desiree Gunderman, Jodi Trout (Top Row) Angelica Gonzalez, Justin Martinez, Angelica Dominguez
Spring 2020 Upcoming Meetings
All meetings below are scheduled in the following locations:
AC 111 via ITN to all off-sites
Our Next Meeting: February 18, 2020
All workshops are open to full-time and part-time classified staff. An outlook invite will be sent to all classified employees for each workshop. Workshops will be available via ITN to San Luis (SLLC CR), Parker (PLC 112), and the Downtown Center (DC 143). If you'd like to request an additional location/ request a workshop please email us at ClassifiedEmployeeAssociation@azwestern.edu.
We'll be participating in Professional Development Day February 13th 2020. Check back for more information on the workshops that will be offered, and after the event for postings of the materials that were presented.
The “You Make a Difference” Red Plate Recognition Program
Julia Howe, Student Support Coordinator (Instinct2 Grant)
It is with great honor that I pass on the red plate to Julia Howe. Julia currently serves as the Student Support Coordinator for the Instinct 2 Grant. Julia is a wonderful representative for AWC, her community, her faith, and her family. Her drive and dedication to all that she does is inspiring and motivational. Julia always finds time to actively participate in initiatives, committees, and challenges to move the college forward. Julia finds time to live a well-balanced life and dedicates the same determination and support and makes time for herself, her family, and for those, she calls her friends. Julia, thank you for being you. You Rock!
Katheline Ocampo, Associate Dean for La Paz County Services