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Be the voice of CSEA. Represent our members. Be active in the process.

Committee appointments are made by the Chapter President, ratified by the Executive Board, and run from January 1, 2018 to December 31, 2018. You must be a Chapter Member in good standing to serve on a committee. Each committee establishes their own meeting schedule. Please click on each committee name that is hyperlinked for more information.

Potential members may become Chapter 36 Members by signing up on line on the CSEA Website or contacting Luis Martin at Martin_Luis@smc.edu.

Chapter 36 Committees

The following committees are defined by our PDF FileChapter Constitution and By-laws to do the work of the Chapter. The time commitment for meetings is outside of work time, and members are unpaid volunteers. Release time by committee needs to be recommended and then approved by the CSEA executive board. If you would like to get more information and join a committee, please email Martha Romano at Romano_Marth@smc.edu or chapter36@smc.edu.

  • Auditing

  • Constitution and Bylaws

  • Election

  • Fundraising

  • Grievance

  • Hiring Watch

  • Membership

  • Merit/Board Rules Review

  • Political Action

  • Publicity

  • Research and Negotiations

  • Resolutions

  • Scholarship

  • Social & Hospitality

  • Technology Maintenance

Shared Governance Committees

The following committees are part of the participatory governance process. The time commitment for meetings is considered District work time.

  • ​Benefits​

  • Emergency Preparedness

  • Safety

District Planning and Advisory Council (DPAC)

The number of seats on each of the District Planning committees is equally distributed among all constituencies: Classified non-management, faculty, students and management. As the exclusive representative, CSEA is the appointing authority for classified non-management seats. The following committees are part of the participatory governance process. The time commitment​ for meetings is considered District work time.

Joint Committees with Personnel Commission

This is an ad hoc committee established by the Personnel Commission to review and update the SMC Merit Rules. Commitment for meetings is considered District work time.

Task Force

  • Gender and Equity Social Justice Center

  • Sustainable Transportation

Other Representation Opportunities

The time commitment for meetings is considered District work time.