Spring 2004 WCTCCA Meeting

At Seattle Central CC, Room 4180A

April 29 – 30, 2004


The counseling staff at Seattle Central Community College

welcomes you to our campus for the Spring meeting of WCTCCA.


Getting Here:


If you’re driving directly to campus and parking here, please print the following two websites for your directions.  SCCC is located on Broadway and Pine.  Park in the garage on the corner of Harvard and Pine.  Tell the attendant you’re associated with the WCTCCA meeting and you’ll have courtesy parking.  Please be sure to lock your car and all valuables in your trunk.





Staying Here:


If you’re staying overnight, we’ve arranged a special group rate of $99/night at the Silver Cloud Hotel four blocks south of the campus on Broadway.  You should make your reservations directly by calling 1-800-590-1801 and clearly identifying our group name “WCTCCA”.   The Silver Cloud is new and the most convenient lodging near the school. 


For information and driving directions to the Silver Cloud, go to






Building Directions:


Enter the building on the South end and take the elevator on your right to the fourth floor.  From the elevator, follow the main hall, take the first left and then left again.  The Administration Center and Room 4180A will be on your right.

Schedule for Spring 2004 WCTCCA Meeting

At Seattle Central CC, Room 4180A

April 29 – 30, 2004



Thursday, April 29


11:30 – 1:00                       Lunch – on campus, One World Cafe


1:00 – 1:15              Welcome w/ Mildred Ollee, President


1:15 – 2:15           Sexual Offenders On Campus Panel


·                Bea Kiyohara, VP Student Development Services, SCCC

·                Joel Workinger, Head of Security, SCCC

·                Michael Grubiak, VP Student Services, Centralia CC

·                Larry Pierce, VP Student Services, Pierce College/Steilicom


2:15 – 2:30           Break – Check in and pay fees.         Conference fee: $10

                             Dues [yearly]: $10


2:30 – 3:15              Q&A with Panel


3:15 – 4:00           The Classroom Experience – A group of faculty discuss their recent experiences with sexual offenders and effects on classroom culture and pedagogy.


4:00                           Wrap-up


4:30 – 6:30              Bowling on Broadway at “The Garage” – the most fun you can legally have on Capitol Hill, in a non-smoking environment.  Prizes will be arbitrarily awarded!!  Everyone’s a winner!!


6:30                           Dinner – we can’t have a bad meal on Broadway.  Group or individual choices are very affordable and include a wide variety of cuisines in easy walking distance.


After-hours          The Silver Cloud Lounge

Friday April 30


 8:30 A.M.                     Coffee and networking – Check in and pay fees [if you                                       missed Thursday]


9:00                           Jim Tuttle - State AG Office - Discussion: Counselor registration and confidentiality and disclosure statements


10:00                         Break


10:15                         Hot topics


11:00                         Business meeting with election of officers


12:00                         Adjourn