The CHESC Steering Committee is launching a new committee member application process this year! Our hope is that by formalizing the process of applying for committees, CHESC can engage a broader variety of stakeholders in the program’s leadership.
- Staff, faculty, and students from higher education campuses in California as well as utility company representatives from the UC/CSU/Utility Partnership Program and/or the CCC/Utility Partnership Program are encouraged to apply to participate on one of our speaker selection committees.
- Staff, faculty, and students from higher education campuses in California are encouraged to apply to participate on our steering committee.
To apply, please review the information below and then fill out this form.
Speaker Selection Committees:
The speaker selection committees are the primary groups responsible for determining what speakers are selected and sessions are presented at the conference. There is one speaker selection committee for each topic area. That committee is responsible for a series of workshops during the conference, many of which will be developed in partnership with another topic area and associated speaker selection committee. For more information, please visit the speaker selection committee membership and application process page.
The steering committee is the highest-level decision making body for the conference. It serves to create continuity within the conference from year to year. The committee also provide the perspective of all four systems of higher education with connections to a diverse set of campuses and system offices. This helps us remain responsive to our diverse constituency. The steering committee focuses on decisions that affect the core mission, principles, vision, and sustainability of the conference. For more information, please visit the Steering Committee membership and application process page.