Campus Connection - March 26, 2012

  • College resolves gratuitous lawsuit on trustee area elections to limit costs

    The Cerritos College Board of Trustees announced today that they have settled a lawsuit filed under the California Voting Rights Act challenging the at-large electoral system previously used to elect the College's Board of Trustees, and seeking payment of attorneys' fees. The College Board had already announced its intention to change its electoral system voluntarily before the action was filed... Link to the full story about the lawsuit settlement

  • Cerritos College introduces inaugural Hall of Fame inductees

    Hall of FameCerritos College is pleased to introduce the first seven inductees into its Hall of Fame... Link to the full story about Hall of Fame inductees

  • College to host 55th Annual Commencement Ceremony on May 12

    Cerritos College will hold iDr. Roz Rosents 55th annual commencement ceremony to honor its graduating students on Saturday, May 12 at 5 p.m. in Falcon Stadium. Cerritos College's Board of Trustees will present degrees and certificates earned during the 2011-2012 academic year... Link to the full story about Commencement

  • College launches online career search tool

    Cerritos College has launched Career Coach, an online tool that allows students and community members to explore career opportunities and industry information by visiting the college's website and clicking on the Career Coach button in the center column...Link to the full story about Career Coach

  • Job Placement to host Job Fair on March 27

    Cerritos College's annual Career Expo and Job Fair will be held Tuesday, March 27, 9:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. in Library/Falcon Square sidewalk. The event which attracts more than 400 attendees each year is free and open to Cerritos College students and the general public. It is recommended that attendees dress in business attire and bring copies of their resumes with them... Link to the full story about Job Fair

  • Theatre Department to present Shakespeare's Romeo & Juliet

    Romeo and JulietThe Cerritos College Theatre Department will present this classic tale of star-crossed lovers written by William Shakespeare and directed by John Zamora. This timeless tale is being adapted in a modern setting, pitting surfers and gang members against one another. Guns and gangs, surfers vs. gang bangers... Link to the full story about Romeo & Juliet

  • Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk generates nearly $800

    Breast Cancer Walk participantsThis year marks the eleventh anniversary of Cerritos College's Annual Breast Cancer Awareness Walk. The event was held Thursday, March 22, with over 170 participants. The walk raised $793 to go to the Susan G. Komen for the Cure... Link to the full story about Breast Cancer Awareness Walk

  • Cerritos College's National Nutrition Month Event a great turn out

    Nutrition boothStudent Health Services celebrated National Nutrition Month with a nutrition booth in Falcon Square on Tuesday, March 20. Students and staff were challenged with a nutrition question and received a prize of their choice. Water and fresh fruits were among the popular prizes. College Dietitian Hazel Ng, RD. introduced the theme of the National Nutrition Month this year... Link to the full story about Nutrition Month events

  • Culinary Arts goes exotic with a taste of Korea

    Bibimbap plateThe third installment of Culinary Arts' themed restaurant series this semester featured "a taste of Korea." The first thing served in this series was "banchan," a plate of nappa kimchi, cucumber kimchi and white radish kimchi. Every Korean meal includes banchan, small side dishes to be shared... Link to the full story about a taste of Korea




Shared Governance Committee Meetings
March 26-30

Monday, March 26
1p College Coordinating Committee (Board Room)
3p Senate Committee on Student Learning Outcomes (LC 62)

*Meeting date may change. Please contact committee chairs to confirm meeting schedule.
List of committees

Employment Opportunities

Current Management Employment Opportunities

Director of Purchasing - Priority Closing Date 3/16/12

Current Full-Time Faculty Opportunities

Counselor (Disabled Student Programs and Services) - Priority Closing Date 4/3/12

Engineering Technology - Priority Closing Date 3/26/12

Psychology- Priority Closing Date 3/26/12

Chinese - Priority Closing Date 4/03/12

Cosmetology - Priority Closing Date 4/17/12

Art Foundations/Printmaking - Priority Closing Date 4/19/12

Current Part-Time Faculty Opportunities

Anthropology - Priority Closing Date 1/14/13

Architecture- Priority Closing Date 9/14/12

Automotive Mechanical Repair - Priority Closing Date 3/01/13

Business Communications/Office Technology - Priority Closing Date 12/14/11

Chemistry - Priority Closing Date 12/03/12

Child Development (part-time) - Priority Closing Date 6/01/12

Computer & Information Sciences - Priority Closing Date 4/30/12

Counselor (part-time) - Priority Closing Date 10/14/12

Electronics - Priority Closing Date 1/4/13

Engineering Design Technology - Priority Closing Date 1/04/13

English as a Second Language - Priority Closing Date 3/04/13

Foreign Language - Priority Closing Date 8/30/12

Mathematics (part-time) - Priority Closing Date 11/03/12

Speech- Priority Closing Date 6/21/12

Speech-Language Pathology Assistant Program - Priority Closing Date 3/2/12

Current Classified Employment Opportunities

None at this time

On-Campus Recruitment

List of positions

Temporary Hourly Opportunities

American Sign Language - Instructional Support Profile - Priority Closing Date 6/30/12

For questions, please call Human Resources at Ext. 2284 Monday-Friday, 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.