LGBTQ+ Employee Affinity Group

Join us for our monthly gathering for LGBTQIA+ employees at Shoreline CC. We meet every month on the 1st Thursday of the month at 9 am.

Please contact the Gender Equity Center or Roberto Lopez – rlopez@shoreline.edu for questions or more info!

Our first meeting will be on 10/6 9:00-10:00 am.

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Promised Land: film and panel discussion

Promised Land is an award-winning 2016 documentary film about the ongoing struggle for federal recognition of the Chinook Indian Nation and the Duwamish Tribe. 

It will be shown at the college theatre at Shoreline Community College, 16101 Greenwood Ave N, Shoreline WA 98133 on Saturday, October 8, 2022, at 2pm

Learn more here!

From D. Bryant, Payroll Manager: READ ME | CLASSIFIED EMPLOYEES AND MANAGERS | TIMESHEETS-Early Submission

IMPORTANT – MUST READ – Early submission deadline-due to a bank holiday on Monday, October 10, 2022, payday will be on Friday 10/7/2022

Timesheet deadline is 10am on Friday, September  30, 2022.  If you have any issues submitting time, please contact payroll@shoreline.edu immediately so we can help.  This means that timesheets must be submitted and approved by this time! Any timesheet not approved by the deadline will not have any overtime processed for the 9/10 payday.

Supervisors, Part-Time Hourly, Classified, and Student Employees –

·       Absence requests and approval, Leave Without Pay requests and approval, Shared Leave requests and approval, and time reporting and approval need to be submitted & approved by 5pm – Thursday, September 29, 2022. – Please note this deadline is before the timesheet deadline.

  • When submitting the following leave types please send an email to payroll@shoreline.edu
    • Shared Leave
    • Leave without Pay

Hourly/Student: Please submit your timesheet by 10am on Friday, September 30.

  • Please be sure to use the correct Time Reporting Code for your position
    • HRY for non-student hourly employees
    • STU for student hourly employees enrolled in 6 or more credits
    • STF for student hourly employees enrolled in  less than 6 credits
    • FWS for federal work-study students
    • SWS for state work-study students

Classified: Please submit your timesheet by 10am on Friday, September 30.

  • Did you take leave during this last pay period?  Be sure to adjust your REG hours on your timesheet to reflect what hours you worked and were on leave.
  • Make sure each week equals your work schedule; 100% employee, then you should have a minimum of 40 hours posted between REG and any leave, 75% employee, then you should have a minimum of 30 hours posted between REG and any leave.  This includes any Leave without Pay posted.
  • Overtime to be charged to a budget other than the employees normal budget, provide the combo code (not the chart string) in email to payroll@shoreline.edu.
  • Did you work overtime and take leave in the same week?  Please email payroll@shoreline.edu until further notice.

Admin Exempt: Please be sure to submit your leave through the absence management system, by the date listed above. You do not need to submit a timesheet.

Faculty: Please be sure to submit your sick leave through the absence management system, by the date listed above. You do not need to submit a timesheet.

Compliance with this schedule will assure timely and accurate leave processing and pay for you.

Please remember, pay periods run from the first day of the month through the 15th day of the month and from the 16th day of the month through the last day of the month.  You can always submit your timesheets by the end of business on the last day of the pay period.

Please me know if you have questions.

Delene Bryant
Payroll Manager
HR & Employee Relations

Please join us for the Grand Re-Opening of the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) – FOSS 5226 – Monday, October 3rd – Thursday, October 6th.

Please join us for the Grand Re-Opening of the Veterans Resource Center (VRC) – FOSS 5226 – Monday, October 3rd – Thursday, October 6th.

Included in the event will be the introduction of Jim Armstrong (that’s me)!  Veteran & Military Student Services (VMSS) received an Innovation Grant this year and were lucky to hire Jim as our new Program Specialist II.
Jim is responsible for managing our Veterans Resource Center (VRC) and will focus on the student experience,  increasing on-campus student support, outreach, and retention.  Jim brings passion and immense experience to our team and we are thrilled to have him on board.


AND…If you haven’t yet met Morgan Davis, Shoreline’s fantastic on-campus Vet Corps Navigator, this is your opportunity!  Morgan is in her second year as Shoreline’s Navigator and is an integral part of student success.  Morgan will work directly with Jim to provide increased student support, including access to off-campus resources and services.

It has been a while since we have all been together and there are so many new faces on campus, so we hope you will stop by for coffee, food, laughter, and connection!

Thank you,

Jim

James Armstrong (He/Him)

Program Specialist II

Veteran & Military Student Services (VMSS)

News Links | Sept. 27, 2022

SYSTEM NEWS | OPINIONS
Everett Community College receives $2.25 million federal grant to support low-income students
The U.S. Department of Education has awarded a competitive $2.25 million Title III Part A Strengthening Institutions Program (SIP) grant to Everett Community College. The college will receive $450,000 per year for the next five years.
Everett Post, Sept. 26, 2022

Fresh start as classes begin at Peninsula College
When fall quarter starts today at Peninsula College, which is based in Port Angeles and has branches in Forks and Port Townsend, students will return to a campus with in-person classes, no masking mandates and no COVID-19 vaccination requirements.
Peninsula Daily News, Sept. 26, 2022

Colleges in Washington receive funding to offer child care for parents in college
The Department of Education announced an additional $900,000 in funding across five colleges in Washington through its Child Care Access Means Parents in School Program (CCAMPIS), which increases access to child care for students that are also parents. Clover Park Technical College – $103,361, Washington State University – $250,000, Everett Community College – $212,692, Walla Walla Community College – $128,000, Clark College – $202,555
NBC Right Now, Sept. 24, 2022

WVC offering baseball umpire course to address shortage
Wenatchee Valley College has a new continuing education course this fall that teaches the basics of umpiring a youth baseball game. The course is instructed by 15-year veteran umpire Jeff Leavitt, who is hoping to address a shortage of umpires.
News Radio 560 KPQ, Sept. 23, 2022

Cascadia College begins American Indian and Indigenous Studies program
Cascadia College recently hired Dr. Victor Begay as its first American Indian and Indigenous Studies (AIIS) professor and Tribal Liaison. Begay is an educator and scholar from the Navajo Nation. … Cascadia is partnering with the University of Washington to provide the AIIS program.
Woodinville Weekly, Sept. 22, 2022

Peninsula College offers Vocal Masters Series
… “We took a chance and tried something unique during the pandemic that has turned out to be a real bonus for [Peninsula College] students who are serious about improving their vocal skills,” said Elaine Gardner-Morales, vocal jazz instructor.
Peninsula Daily News, Sept. 22, 2022

Yakima Valley College offers GED, diploma help to those off-track
Yakima Valley College has partnered with multiple regional school districts to offer a Step up to College Program to help people ages 16-20 who are not on a path to graduate still earn their diploma or GED.
NBC Right Now, Sept. 21, 2022

Even unvaccinated OC students could return soon
The fall term is officially underway at Olympic College, and students who remain unvaccinated and want to attend in person may be able to do so starting in November. The headcount of those enrolled at the community college as of Sept. 19 sits at 5,288 students, a 0.2% increase from 2021.
Kitsap Daily News, Sept. 21, 2022
TRENDS | HORIZONS | EDUCATION
DataPoints: A look at Latino students
More than one-third (36%) of Latino postsecondary education students in fall 2020 were enrolled at a public two-year college, compared to 47% enrolled at a public four-year institution, according to an Excelencia in Education analysis of federal data.
Community College Daily, Sept. 26, 2022

Bye-bye, IRAPs
The U.S. Department of Labor (DOL) on Friday announced a final rule to rescind the Industry-Recognized Apprenticeship Program, ending a fledgling effort to expand apprenticeships that was marred in politics from the start.
Community College Daily, Sept. 25, 2022

A need to succeed: What students want and get from internships
… Nearly two-thirds of students with experiential learning opportunities say they were very helpful in preparing them for a future job, which for community college students (n=366) jumps to 86 percent.
Inside Higher Ed, Sept. 23, 2022
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