AFT 2121 office closed over winter break
Our AFT 2121 office will be closed from Saturday, December 17th until Tuesday, January 3rd. If you have questions for us you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will get back to you when we return to the office or before if we are able.
(Tomorrow, 1pm) You’re invited: Students organizing against Trump
CCSF Student Solidarity Committee invites faculty, and students to come join the teach-in tomorrow at Civic Center Plaza and march to Federal Building at 1pm!
Let’s fight for a truly sanctuary city and future!
Please wear bright colors to the action!!
(Tomorrow, 3-6pm) You’re invited: AFT 2121 end-of-semester party
Please join AFT 2121 on Friday, Dec. 16 from 3:00-6:00 pm in Pierre Cost Dining Room to celebrate the end of the semester and toast our collective accomplishments — a new contract, two new Board of Trustees members, and the passage Prop. W for Free City College!
There will be a delicious Mediterranean spread, beer, wine, holiday punch, and awards both silly and earnest. We will also be singing holiday carols about making our college FREE for San Franciscans once again.
(Deadline, 1/9) Register for AFT 2121 8th Annual Retirement and Financial Planning Day
The AFT 2121 Retiree Chapter cordially invites all CCSF faculty (full-time, part-time, active, and retired) to AFT 2121’s Eighth Annual Retirement and Financial Planning Day on Independent Flex Day, Thursday, January 12, 2017, on the Ocean Campus. It’s free and it includes continental breakfast, lunch, great workshops and Professional Development flex activity credit for all activities. Always popular with faculty already considering retirement, this event is for everyone. Plan early, maybe retire early!
Advance registration by Monday, January 9, 2017, is required. Register by filling out this form by January 9th, 2017 or by calling AFT 2121 at 415-585-2121 between January 4-9th.
If you register but then cannot go please let us know! Workshop locations will be available when you check in at the Cafeteria on January 12th.
Mayor Lee: Respect Free City!
Wow! Yesterday, we stood up together and SF Supes voted 9-1 to fund Free City College for San Franciscans by Fall 2017! Next step: the fight continues– Mayor Lee has made it clear that he has no intention of spending the funding as intended. We will work to hold Mayor Lee accountable to the promise for free higher education that supervisors upheld yesterday. Stay tuned!