Other Funding

How to Apply for Other Funding

 

Note: The application form is at the bottom of this page; please read all relevant information before clicking on the link.

 

Collaborative projects: If you’d like to propose a collaborative project, please follow this link to the Teaching and Learning Center website to learn more about our programs, and email the TLC Coordinator, bcctlc@peralta.edu.

 

Course tuition, memberships, and subscriptions can be reimbursed but there is a new timeline for reimbursements. The PD Committee must approve your request and the District Finance Office must dispatch a Purchase Order before you pay for the activity yourself. After the PD Committee approves your request, please allow at least 3 weeks before you pay for the activity. Please scroll down and complete the Common Application to apply for reimbursement.

 

Food for meetings (not meals on a trip): The District has strict guidelines for food expenditures – please read this before requesting funds for food: District Administration Procedure #6385, and then use the Common Application below. You’ll be asked to submit an agenda for the meeting that demonstrates that the meeting is at least 2 hours long and is not part of regular business for the group.

 

Books and materials can be purchased using the same process as for course tuition and memberships. They remain the property of the college and can be added to the BCC Library’s collection for check out.

 

To apply for funds for activities that DO NOT involve travel or conferences:

If Application Submitted by: Requests will be considered at this PD Meeting:
Monday September 10, 2018 Wednesday September 12, 2018
Monday October 8, 2018 Wednesday October 11, 2018
Monday November 12, 2018 Wednesday November 14, 2018
Monday December 10, 2018 Wednesday December 12, 2018
Monday February 11, 2019 Wednesday February 13, 2019
Monday March 11, 2019 Wednesday March 13, 2019
Monday April 8, 2019 Wednesday April 10, 2019
Monday May 6, 2019 Wednesday May 8, 2019

 

Note: Even a conference at UC Berkeley has to follow the entire travel procedure. Look at the In-State Travel page for more details.

 

Anything you do off-site, if you’d like the district to reimburse registration, even if you’re not asking for the transportation costs, this all counts as “travel”. Examples: registration for a seminar at UC Berkeley counts as “travel”. Request for reimbursement for conference registration anywhere that is not inside the BCC building or online, even if you are paying for the actual traveling out of pocket, counts as “travel”, and must follow the entire In-State Travel procedure.

 

If your request is for any event including travel (even if it is nearby, and even if you are not asking for transportation costs), you must begin the travel request process quite early, as it is long and complex, and must be completed well before the travel date. Please follow the In-State Travel procedures.

 

ALL APPLICANTS for FUNDING, TRAVEL OR NOT:

  1. Complete the Common Application for Professional Development Funds (link below).
  2. The PD Committee will review requests received on time at each meeting. You are more than welcome to come in person to the meeting to answer any questions that come up, but this is not required.
  3. The Professional Development Chair will email you within two days after the meeting to let you know whether you were approved, and if so, for how much.
  4. Download and fill out the district’s vendor application form if you have never filled one out before. You only need to fill out pages 2 and 11.
  5. Please follow up with TBD to access your funding. She will need your filled out vendor application form and any receipts for your activities.

Finally, here it is: please click this link to complete an online form that will be received by the PD Committee: