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Advisory Committees

Advisory committees are created to provide guidance and advice regarding curricula as well as to special programs and services of the college. Some of the specific roles they play include:

  • They serve as communication links between the college and the community; between the college and professional, occupational, or special service groups. They acquaint the community with available college resources and the college with community needs.
  • They identify specific skills and provide suggestions concerning technical information, equipment, and facilities necessary for college programs or special services.
  • They identify community resources that may support or contribute to the success of college programs and services.
  • They keep the college informed about changes in the economy and labor market, including specific workforces needs and surpluses.
  • They assess program and service needs from the perspective of the community.
  • They recommend competent personnel to serve as adjunct faculty, guest lecturers or speakers, and advisory committee members.
  • They assist in developing, evaluating and updating curricula; in placing graduates; in locating potential resources; and, in identifying qualified applicants for instructional positions.

See the member lists at the links below (shown in Acrobat PDFs):

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