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A cacophony of construction sights and sounds dominates the campus of Eastern Shore Community College. While its new academic building will open this summer, the real work of rebuilding the [...]
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Hiring VCCS college presidents includes local college board representation throughout the process. The job begins with a “visioning exercise,” facilitated by the VCCS Human Resources department. A broad range of [...]
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1) In a typical year, Virginia’s Community Colleges see two or three vacancies in the ranks of college presidents, but in 2019, you’ll be looking to fill SEVEN vacancies. What’s [...]
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Virginia Highlands Community College’s main campus is in Abingdon A typical year finds the VCCS recruiting two to three new college presidents, but due to several departures and four Baby [...]
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RICHMOND – The Chancellor of Virginia’s Community Colleges, Dr. Glenn DuBois, announced today that Dr. Melvyn D. Schiavelli will become the interim President of Northern Virginia Community College effective March [...]
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Born in the central African nation of Cameroon, Terrence Song’s native language is French. So, he admits understanding English with a Southern American accent can be a challenge. His secret: [...]
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Imagine if a fire breaks out inside your home while you’re still in it. Smoke is everywhere and the temperature is rising…quickly. What would you do? That’s the situation MECC [...]
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(L to R) Jamaul Taylor, Farley Dickey, Del. Kathy Byron, Dr. John Capps, CVCC President, Natalie Niehaus. As Virginia lawmakers consider additional funding for the FastForward workforce training through Virginia’s [...]
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1. I understand you’re a former journalist. Please tell us a little more about your background and how you became interested in this particular field of endeavor. VCCS Chief Diversity [...]
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By Charles Errico, Ph.D. CFAC Chair In June of 2018, Governor Ralph Northam granted parental leave for classified staff. This important benefit did not apply to the 2,300 full-time teaching [...]
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