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2013 September 16 - 12:00 am
The growing need for trained and resourceful leaders has become a mantra among retiring community college CEOs and trustees. College leaders are scheduled to retire at an astonishing rate over the next ten years. How to address the impending gap poses a significant problem as the need grows for leaders who can navigate a myriad of challenges: the influx of nontraditional students, mounting accountability measures, scarce resources and ever- changing workforce needs. Such demands are not for the fainthearted or ill-prepared.

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