WHAT ARE COMMISSIONS?
Commissions provide an opportunity for community college employees with similar job responsibilities to enhance their professional skills and knowledge and to network, share, and recognize exemplary practices with colleagues from around the state. Each commission has its own elected Board of Directors and bylaws for organizational purposes, to plan commission activities, and support the overall mission and purposes of AFC. The Chair of each commission serves on the Association's Board of Directors. Commissions usually meet at least twice a year to provide programs of interest to commission members and to recognize colleagues and programs of an exemplary nature. The commissions provide the primary vehicle for the Association to fulfill its mission of discussing and improving matters in college educational programs, curriculum development, innovative administrative and instructional procedures, and the general professional environment of the state's 28 community and state colleges.
About our Commissions
Commissions: What's In It For Me? - Presented by Dr. Christina Will, VP for Commissions at the 2013 Region Conferences
How to Join a Commission - Video
Chairing A Commission - Presented by Dr. Christina Will at the 2012 Annual Convention
Commission End of the Year Report - Outstanding Commission of the Year Competition
2013 Vice President for Commissions:
2013 Vice President-Elect for Commissions