Who is eligible?
The Academy will include four members from each of the
employee groups below:
• Full-time faculty
• Condential Management and Supervisory Staff
• Classied Staff
• Student Leaders
Note: Faculty will receive conference attendance credit for Faculty
Professional Development (60 hours); Condential Management
and Supervisory Staff will be released from work for the session;
and classied staff will be released for six hours from their regular
workweek during the week of the academy sessions.
What is the timing and time commitment?
The Academy sessions will be held once per month on the third
Friday of each month (topics outlined below) from 7:30 a.m. -
1:30 p.m. (breakfast and lunch will be provided). It is expected
that each participant is present for every session. The program
will culminate in a two-day overnight session (date TBD).
Academy Session Topics:
Community Role of the College
• Public Information, Marketing and Governmental Relations
• Human Resources
Academic Affairs and Student Services
* Participants will be selected through an application and interview
process. Please see the application on the attached page.
BEGINS THIS FALL
ine is Tuesday, May 12, 2020
and can be
submitted online at avc.edu/leadership-academy
email at firstname.lastname@example.org
What is the AVC Leadership Academy?
The AVC Leadership Academy is a yearlong leadership training and
education program created as an opportunity for 12 AVC employees and
four student leaders to develop a broader foundational understanding of
the role and operation of Antelope Valley College. The program will focus
on encouraging leadership growth among AVC employees who are seeking
to ascend into management roles within their constituent group or in other
areas of the college. The graduating Academy class will be responsible for
assisting in development of the curriculum for the following year and will
participate in the selection of the new Academy members.
What does the AVC Leadership Academy include?
Those selected for the AVC Leadership Academy will participate in a
sequence of seminars that will include internal and external speakers,
presentations, and learning sessions. The curriculum will be based on the
college mission and how it is currently accomplished. Leadership,
communications, and planning strategies will be addressed and discussed
within each session.
“Antelope Valley College, a public institution of higher education,
provides a quality, comprehensive education to a diverse popu-
lation of learners. We are committed to student success offering
value and opportunity, in service to our community.”