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PCC to Hold Open Forum on Presidential Search

by Pasadena Independent
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The public is invited to participate in an open forum on Friday, Nov. 14 to discuss Pasadena City College’s search for its next superintendent-president, the 15th in its storied history.
Dr. Nikki Harrington of Ralph Andersen & Associates, the firm chosen to conduct the search, will be facilitating the forum. The goal is to obtain from attendees valuable input on what characteristics and qualities they would like to see in PCC’s next superintendent-president.
The college hopes to have a new leader in place by July of 2015, district officials said. Dr. Robert Miller, former assistant superintendent, currently serves as interim superintendent-president.
The forum will be held from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the President’s Conference Room (Building C, Room 233) on PCC’s campus. For more information, please call Mary Thompson at (626) 585-7202.
About PCC:
Pasadena City College is a state-supported, fully accredited, two-year community college with more than 28,000 students. It is located in Pasadena, Calif., and serves primarily the West San Gabriel Valley area. PCC offers a high-quality education with an extensive range of general education, transfer, certificate, and associate degree programs. With more than 60 academic and 70 Career and Technical Education programs – as well as Continuing Education, Extending Learning fee programs, and the Community Education Center – PCC can meet a variety of educational needs.
Visit www.pasadena.edu for more information.

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