Publication Date

June 2006

Abstract

[Excerpt] Ask one community college leader if hiring individuals who haven’t come through the ranks makes sense, and he will say absolutely not, the cultural adjustment is too difficult. Ask another, and she will say that with the right guidance and orientation, “outsiders” make excellent hires. Ask another, and you’ll hear that there is an adequate by underrepresented pool of potential leaders among women and minorities already in community colleges, why go outside?

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Suggested Citation
Viniar, B. (2006). Community colleges go outside to fill key posts. Connection, 21(1), 24-25.
http://digitalcommons.ilr.cornell.edu/articles/53

Required Publisher Statement
This article appeared originally in Connection: The Journal of the New England Board of Higher Education. To view past issues of Connection, register free at: www.nebhe.org/connectionarchives

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