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Contract finalized for new president

Contract finalized for new president

The contract to make Cheryl Roberts the next president at Shoreline Community College is finalized. Contract discussions began following the Board of Trustees’ unanimous April 21, 2014 decision to offer Roberts the job. Details were recently completed with Roberts signing the pact which will now go to the trustees for the formality of signing at the June board meeting. “I’m […]

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Four will go on Oregon site visit

Four will go on Oregon site visit

Four representatives from Shoreline Community College will travel to Oregon as the next step in the finding a new college president. Board of Trustees Chair Shoubee Liaw will be accompanied by Board Vice-Chair Tayloe Washburn, Faculty Senate President Kira Wennstrom and Special Assistant to the President Don Schultz. The group is scheduled to travel to Chemeketa Community College Friday, April […]

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Roberts has presidential interviews

Roberts has presidential interviews

Cheryl Roberts came to Shoreline Community College on Friday, April 11, 2014, the second and final visit by candidates for the position of college president. Roberts, currently President of Chemeketa Community College, a multi-campus college based in Salem, Ore., started her day with a reception that included members of the Presidential Screening Committee as well as the President’s Cabinet. From […]

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Shoreline to contract with ACCT on president search

Shoreline Community College will partner with the Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) to find the next president of the college. At their Sept. 25, 2013 regular meeting, members of the college Board of Trustees voted unanimously to contract with ACCT for assistance in their search for a successor to former President Lee Lambert. Lambert left in June, 2013 for […]

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Board approves president search funding

The next step in finding a new permanent president for Shoreline Community College was approved by the Board of Trustees at the June 26, 2013 regular meeting. The trustees approved a request-for-proposal (RFP) process that would have college officials performing an initial screening, then bring the top three proposals to the board. While the cost of the services won’t be […]

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