The Central/Mother Lode Regional Consortium is a collaboration of community college faculty and staff and regional workforce and economic development organizations that serve the Central and Mother Lode region. The CRC supports regional economic growth by facilitating development and growth of college training and educational programs to meet the needs of regional businesses and industries.
The CRC works with the region’s Deputy Sector Navigators to convene advisory groups in each of the region’s primary industry sectors; provides outreach and partnership support to the community colleges; facilitates the endorsement of new credit Career Technical Education programs; and serves as a connection between local colleges and business.
CRC Mission and Mission Statement
The Central/Mother Lode Regional Consortium is the premier regional collaborative that supports education and training to develop a skilled workforce in the Central/Mother Lode Region.
The CRC facilitates and supports regional initiatives for its member colleges and key stakeholders. Through professional development, curriculum development, and collaborative communication and implementation, we collectively provide education and training to create a highly skilled workforce. The Consortium enhances workforce development in priority industry sectors by facilitating discussions and providing leadership.
CRC 2016- 2017 Meeting Dates
Upcoming CRC Meetings and Events
Steering Committee Meetings:
June 12-14, 2017, CRC Annual Planning Conference, Monterey, CA