For Operations and Workday support requests, please visit the FoundationCCC Support Center.
The Foundation is committed to inclusivity of all, offering accommodations for individuals with vision, hearing, and speech impairments, photosensitivity, limited movement, and learning disabilities such as dyslexia, ADHD, and processing differences. Materials designed to be accessible for all users are part of the organization’s commitment to inclusion and diversity.
For materials that will be used on a desktop or mobile device, the Foundation aims to meet Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.1 AA standards. WCAG standards are organized by a framework of four principles, that content is perceivable, operable, understandable, and robust.
There are a few general principles that will improve the accessibility of any document or webpage and help when read by text to speech tools or other assistive technologies:
Additionally, the Foundation:
For self-paced courses in creating accessible Word documents, PDFs, and PowerPoints, please use these free courses in accessibility created by the California Community Colleges Accessibility Center. If you need to procure online tools or check and improve the accessibility of materials, please work with the Communications team.