The College of Continuing Education is recognized throughout California as a leader in the meeting and event planning industry, where government, education and private industry come together. Participants at our events can network, collaborate and create partnerships to address community, regional and statewide issues.

We provide an objective and collegial forum to discuss current trends and topics, debate issues and exchange ideas, and share best practices, tools and technologies. We also partner with industry associations to provide professional development and training, with the support of the university.

Fast Facts

  • Clients: State agencies and professional associations
  • Contracts: Averaging 60 contracts with 150 projects per year
  • Participants: 12,000 working professionals per year

Our customer satisfaction rating is 97.2% overall.

Come see our professional meeting planners and enjoy friendly, impeccable service.

Range of Services

We offer a full range of services designed to anticipate and facilitate all aspects of a successful event. From planning and budgeting, to promotion and outreach, to setup and tear down, we cover every detail.

  • Conferences and training academies
  • Strategic planning sessions and team building
  • Stakeholder engagement processes
  • Regional and statewide meetings
  • Trade shows and fairs
At the Capitol with Chicano and Latino Youth

At the Capitol with Chicano and Latino Youth
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