Go online, help pick new CMC president
Aspen, CO Colorado
GLENWOOD SPRINGS ” Colorado Mountain College, which has campuses and facilities spread over 12,000 square miles of the Western Slope, including Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley, is looking for public assistance in choosing a new college president.
During the last four days of January, the public is invited to weigh in on the selection of the next president of the Colorado Mountain College special district by using the Internet to view portions of interviews and to provide feedback on five presidential finalists.
The college also has scheduled an evening reception on Jan. 28 to give district residents a chance to meet the finalists for the position, at the college’s district office in Glenwood Springs.
Those unable to get to Glenwood Springs can view a portion of the finalists’ interviews online, and provide feedback on each candidate through an online survey.
According to Debra Crawford, the district’s director of communications, the elected board of trustees of the college will weigh the public feedback when selecting CMC’s new president.
Starting Jan. 28, the videos, survey and information about the selection process and candidates will be posted on the district’s website, http://www.coloradomtn.edu. Look for the link labeled “Presidential Search.”
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