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CNC strategic plan moves into next phase of development

The College of New Caledonia ‘s (CNC) blueprint for the future is beginning to take form as its new strategic plan enters the next phase of development.  

In June 2020, CNC launched a public engagement process for its next five-year strategic plan. Using key finding from months of consultation and hundreds of hours of research and analysis, CNC’s Board of Governors identified four key areas of focus for the College’s strategic plan including:

  • Learning that takes place over a person’s lifetime
  • Education and training that is innovative and relevant to CNC’s communities
  • An organization that is sustainable
  • Community and partnerships

CNC is now asking for participants to provide their perspectives on these priorities in a new on-line survey, which will be open until Wednesday January 20th. The survey is available at https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/CNCLearningTogether

“We’re thankful to everyone who participated in the consultation process that helped shape these four areas of focus,” said CNC President Dr. Dennis Johnson, in a news release. “It’s vital our roadmap for the next five years include the voice and vision of the community in the development process.”

Work will continue on CNC’s new strategic plan over the next few months. Small working groups comprised of students, employees, and community members, will explore each of the four focus areas and identify the paths CNC must take to ensure these goals are successful throughout the next five years. 

To read more about CNC – The Next 50 Years, visit cnc.bc.ca/cncnext50.

 


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