Advocacy and public voice...
CARE provides information and leadership to help address retiree
rights issues in a professional and enlightened way. Retirees are
officially unrepresented in collective bargaining, unlike
currently-employed instructional and classified staff. CAREís
advocacy includes vigilant observation of actions by the CLPCCD
Trustees that affect our
members' interests. In
addition, we work diligently to protect those interests by
enlightening the Districtís management and Board of Trustees about
the effect their decisions may have on the financial and health care
interests of retirees. Finally, when issues involve both retirees
and active employees, we may partner with the faculty and classified
unions to present a unified voice.
Newsletter... We publish a
periodic newsletter to keep you up to date.
supplement the newsletter with a website for additional information.
Social connection &
Member Directory CARE
provides opportunities to keep in touch with each other.
Reunion... Each year, we provide opportunities to
participate in a reunion and other social activities.
The CARE Fund... CARE
administers a charitable fund designed to provide an extra measure of
support to education in the Chabot-Las Positas Community College