• Imagine Clackamas
  • What is Imagine Clackamas?

    Download the Community Special ReportThe Imagine Clackamas project is a community engagement process, specifically designed to bring the college into its 50th year of service in 2016. It’s about understanding what the community most values and protecting its long-term interests.

    Imagine Clackamas will help CCC better understand what its students and district members most value about the college. Imagine Clackamas will shine a light on areas where the college should improve or adapt its educational and training services to better meet the needs of the communities it serves both today – and in the future.

    Download the Imagine Clackamas Reports

     

    Imagine Clackamas Overview

    Imagine Clackamas Board Research Report

    Community Special Report

    Ballot measure 3-447 information fact sheet

    Board Goals for Imagine Clackamas

    Through the Imagine Clackamas initiative, CCC's board aims to address:

    • Relationships: strengthening our relationships with the community
    • Shared Values: better understanding what our community most values as it relates to education & training
    • Access: identifying areas for removing student barriers and improving access and retention
    • Brand: creating a new brand for CCC in celebration of its 50th year – a brand that’s reflective of the community we serve
    • Communication: enhance CCC’s communication channels
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