Berkeley City College (BCC) launched their ACE program in the Fall of 2009. Since that time BCC has developed numerous course innovations for diverse student populations. They are currently in partnership with the City of Berkeley's 20/20 Vision - Completion Velocity program which supports youth with college and career readiness. This event will provide the Completion Velocity team an opportunity to experience the ACE model as they explore ways to leverage the ACE curriculum with Berkeley youth. This event is also open to BCC employees. Contact Chris Lebo-Planas (firstname.lastname@example.org) for more information.
Leading this FELI
BCC Instructors and ACE FELI Master Mentors Chris Lebo-Planas and Shannon Penn will be co-leading this institute. Learn more about them
- A college may purchase individual tickets to send participants to the Berkeley City College FELI for $360 per day per seat ($1,800 total per person).
- An early bird rate of $1,530/person is available for participants who register and pay by June 30th.
- A group rate of $1495/person is available for groups of five or more participants from a single college, who register and pay by June 30th.
We recommend that a group of faculty and administrators attend a FELI together to obtain the maximum benefit for your school. All participants need to attend each day in full.
- Breakfast, lunch, snacks and electronic access to the FELI Graduate Guidebook Resource Files are included in the price.
- Each FELI section is capped at 25 participants.
- Lodging, evening meals and transportation costs are not included.
Substitution and Cancellation Policy
Any participant who does not attend the Berkeley City College FELI August 7-11th, 2017 is responsible for the registration fee if their registration is not cancelled by July 7, 2017. A 20% cancellation fee will apply. (ACE may consider the substitution of an alternate person for a paid participant on a case-by-case basis.)
No refunds will be issued for cancellations received after July 7, 2017.
“The concept of inside-out learning was a major shift in my idea of what a teacher does. Now, I see the student-teacher relationship as collaborative.
— 2014 BCC FELI Graduate