Santa Rosa Junior College Faculty/AFT, Local 1946 -Chartered 1969
The Santa Rosa Junior College Faculty/AFT, Local 1946, occupies one of the most beautiful community college campuses in the state. It is fronted by a park acquired from the estate of noted plant breeder Luther Burbank. Campus gardeners today keep faith with this illustrious predecessor in the carefully tended flower beds, shrubs, and lawns amongst which sculpture, fountains, and ivy-covered Tudor brick buildings make a picture-perfect collegiate setting. Too perfect, perhaps, because its very beauty may have stood in the way of
The AFT represents higher education faculty (including both full- and part-time), professional staff and graduate employees, in all sectors of higher education—public and private, two-year and four-year institutions of higher education.
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