Julius is a product of the California Community College system. He graduated and transferred from Riverside Community College to the University of California, Riverside; he received dual degrees in Psychology and Sociology from the University of California, Riverside and a Master’s of Science degree in Educational Counseling and Guidance with a Pupil Personnel Services Credential from California State University, San Bernardino.
Julius has worked in Higher Education for thirteen years; he enjoys working with an organization which influences faculty and student lives in a positive manner, statewide.
As an organization, CCA is deeply committed to the the principles of equity and justice for all persons, without regard to race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, religion, social or economic position, or any other characteristic. Throughout its history, CCA has often been in the forefront of championing the cause of racial and ethnic justice not only for its members but in the wider community. It is our goal to remain true to that history as we move forward into the future.
As part of its continuing commitment to racial and ethnic equity, CTA--CCA's parent organization--has established a number of incentive grants designed to enable minorities to attend CTA conferences. For complete details on these events, go to the CTA website.
In 1968, after the assassination of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., CTA and Student CTA (SCTA) established a living memorial in the form of a scholarship fund to aide members of ethnic minorities in preparing for teaching-related careers in public education. The CTA Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Fund is an important component to help recruit more ethnic minority teachers into our profession.
The scholarship fund is supported by voluntary contributions, and the drive to raise funds is on NOW! Both individuals and chapters have an opportunity to contribute at a variety of levels. For complete information on the fund and instructions on how to contribute, go to the CTA MLK Scholarship page.
Racial & Ethnic Minority Director