In 1994, the Center began conducting a series of training programs for the California State Association of Counties. The program provides new county supervisors with practical information pertaining to the duties and responsibilities of county supervisors. Topics include state and county budget processes, intergovernmental relations, public policy mediation, board procedures and ethics. Supervisors who complete all three sessions receive a certificate from the Sacramento State School of Regional and Continuing Education.
For more information, contact the Center for California Studies at (916) 278-6906 or by e-mail .