Cape Cod Community College

October 30, 2011 by staff 

Cape Cod Community College, The search process to appoint a successor for retiring Cape Cod Community College President Kathleen Schatzberg has reached a milestone, as the search committee announced seven semifinalists. Interviews will begin November 3.

“The recruitment of candidates did very well and had an outstanding pool of candidates,” said Search Committee Chairman and Vice-President of the Board of Trustees Ralph Cahoon III. “We received 74 applications including presidents, chancellors, vice chancellors and deans of institutions across the country. We have selected as semifinalists in a diverse group of candidates representing a wide and impressive range of experience and leadership skills. Information Candidates semifinal and preliminary interview schedule listed below. I take this opportunity to thank the President Search Committee for their dedication, their commitment and work on behalf of the university, “he said.

Individual interviews will be conducted by members of the Search Committee. Which will be open to the public to observe, but the questions will not be taken from those who attend the interview sessions. Following these interviews, the Selection Committee will make its recommendation of finalists to the full Board of Directors. Thereafter, the Board shall be additional interviews of final candidates.

During the interview the finalists on campus forums will be held with each candidate to members of the College community to discuss issues of campus and visit the campus Trustees of each of the finalists to gain greater understanding of leadership and management style. Once all the interviews, forums, and visits are completed, the Council will meet to elect the next president of the College, sometime before the end of the year, if all activities proceed as planned.

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