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  • Stay Connected

    IMG_0179Just because you’ve retired from Cuyamaca, Grossmont or the District doesn’t mean you’ve left the family. We created the Retiree Network to keep you connected. There is no cost to join the Retiree Network.

    Invitations to Social Events
    We organize activities designed to promote laughter and community spirit. Social events happen throughout the year and include breakfasts, culinary arts events, theatre performances, an annual homecoming celebration, a holiday party, and more!

    Information about Volunteer Opportunities
    All of us have invested years in helping students reach their educational goals. Now you can continue to help by volunteering your time in different departments.

    Join the Retiree Network

    Check Out Upcoming Retiree Events

    Learn about the Retiree Relations Committee

    If you would like to get involved with the Retiree Relations Committee or need more information, contact Erich Foeckler at erich.foeckler@gcccd.edu or (619) 644-7652.

     

     

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  • Bryan Jones, California State Assemblyman, Grossmont College, 1987-89

    Assemblyman Brian Jones, who represents the 77th District, remembered that the professors at Grossmont knew students personally.

    “The teachers were serious; the teachers were approachable,” he said. “The teachers knew us by name because the classrooms were small.”

    Jones studied at Grossmont from 1987 to 1989 before transferring to San Diego State University and earning a B.S. degree in business administration. He previously served as a Santee City councilman.

    Now he is the assistant Republican leader for the Assembly Republican Caucus and sits on six committees: Assembly Legislative Ethics; Budget; Human Services (vice chairman); Judiciary; Water, Parks and Wildlife; and the Select Committee on San Diego Trade, Tourism and Job Creation.

    “Grossmont and Cuyamaca are in my backyard and the relationships you build there are more meaningful because of the smaller campuses,” Jones said.