Running for a seat on MCCA’s Board of Directors is one of the state’s best professional development and networking opportunities. Board members get regular briefings on the issues that are most important to community colleges and meet leaders from around the state. They also help plan professional development and other events for the Association.
The Board is made up of an Executive Committee and representatives from MCCA’s four departments–Administrative Professionals, Classified Staff, Faculty and Trustees. Board members are elected by the membership to serve three year terms, starting in the Vice Chair position and then moving to Chair-Elect and finally Chair.
The positions open for the 2017 Board of Directors are:
Executive Committee Vice Chair (Must be from the Trustee Department)
Administrative Professionals Department Vice Chair
Classified Staff Department Vice Chair
Faculty Department Vice Chair
Trustee Department Vice Chair
You can nominate yourself or someone else. The nomination deadline is October 1.
Electronic voting will take place from October 15-30, or you can vote in person at the MCCA convention. Election results will be announced on Thursday, November 3 at convention.