CCC will Ask Community to ‘Imagine Clackamas’

 Clackamas Community College will mark its 50th year of service to the district in 2016. As the college approaches this milestone, the Board of Education is seeking input from the community to shape the future. On Monday, Nov. 19, the college will launch the “Imagine Clackamas” online community engagement survey.

The community engagement survey asks community members, as well as students, what they value most about CCC and how the college can best meet training and education needs in the future. The survey is one aspect of Imagine Clackamas, a year-long community engagement outreach process.

“Imagine Clackamas is designed to strengthen relationships with community members,” said Shelly Parini, dean of College Advancement. “This initiative will shine a light on areas where we should improve and adapt the college’s educational and training services to better meet the needs of the communities we serve for the next 50 years.”

The Imagine Clackamas survey has been developed over the past few months through community meetings, one in each of the college district’s seven zones. Suggestions and recommendations gathered from these meetings refined both the scope and the design of the survey.

After the conclusion of the survey at the end of February, a series of community focus groups will begin. Feedback collected from the survey and the focus groups will guide the college’s decision-making processes, priorities and activities for the future.

Members of the community can complete the 10-minute online survey at the college website, www.clackamas.edu. The survey will be accessible from November 19 through February 19, 2013. Hard copies of the survey will be available by calling 503-594-3015. 

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Email us: publicaffairs@clackamas.edu

Call us: 503-594-6000

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