As of October 15, 2015, we have 664 Members. Remember there are benefits to being a member of SOSCA. Only SOSCA members can apply for a SOSCA book scholarship. Only SOSCA members can vote for Board Members. SOSCA is in charge of the negotiations each year for the classified staff, and only SOSCA members can vote! With a membership this size we can accomplish many things, but we need to have participation from you, the membership! You might ask yourself, “how could I make a difference?” You can come to the general meetings. You can check our website regularly to see what’s new. You could even become a site representative. (Representatives attend the board meetings every other month and bring back important information to their departments/site.) Send in requests for the nomination committee–it’s never too early! Every item that goes to negotiations comes from the membership (if you don’t let us know what you want, we can’t negotiate for it!) Membership is only $2* per month for ten months and is payroll deductible. (*Increase from $1 to $2 takes effect January 1, 2016)
Listed below are a few ways that SOSCA has worked for you.

  • Scholarships for SOSCA members
  • Disability Income Protection Plan
  • Prescription Cards
  • Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
  • Incident form revised
  • Programs throughout the year
  • Organizes Retirement Dinner
  • Participates in Annual Vendor Fair
  • Assisted with redesign of evaluation form
  • December 24 and 31 Holidays
  • Casual Dress Day
  • Catastrophic sick leave bank
  • Increased vacation days
  • Half-hour lunch
  • Paid Benefits
  • And Much More!

If you are interested in becoming a SOSCA Member, please complete the attached application. If you have questions, contact Teresa Green, Director of Membership, at (661) 636-4667 or

Membership Brochure


  • January 25th – General Meeting @ 12:00p by Google Meet
  • February 4th – Site Rep Meeting @ 3:00p by Google Meet
  • March 16th – Lunchtime Presentation @ 12:00p by Zoom
    • Presenter – Robin Paggi
    • Topic – Resume & Interview Building Training

  • Provide its members with duly authorized representation for the purpose of protecting and improving their rights under the Merit System.
  • To settle disputes between employee and employer arising from grievances as they apply to the Merit System, and
  • To provide the communication vehicle between employee and employer.