September 25, 2015
Northeast Lakeview College News
NLC's Dove Elected President of International Organization
Dr. Tangila Dove, Vice President of College Services at Northeast Lakeview College was elected the 2015-16 President for Community College Business Officers (CCBO). Additionally, Dr. Dove participated in the organization’s 33rd Annual International Conference. The Conference theme was Student Success: Changing the Game. The conference focused on business officers roles as the hub of student success and working with their academic and student affairs counterparts. Keynote Speakers included Dr. Rufus Glasper, Chancellor of the Maricopa County Community College District and Dr. Ken Atwater, Past Chair of the American Association of Community Colleges.
CCBO is committed to providing educational and professional support, networking opportunities, and timely trend and demographic information for business officers representing community colleges and community college system offices in the US and in Canada. The association works to help business officers better prepare for successful professional roles in the business and service enterprise of the community college. CCBO recognizes that excellence in the profession sets the standard for the future and strives to acknowledge those professionals who have excelled in the field.
NLC Hosts Focused Dialogue with External Stakeholders
As part of Northeast Lakeview College’s continuous improvement process, NLC is currently reviewing, revising, and updating its Strategic Plan. In addition to the work being completed by the college’s internal constituents, including the Strategic Planning Committee, NLC hosted an external community focused dialogue on September 22. External stakeholders participated in a facilitated open forum discussion to help guide the college in regards to workforce development and community needs for the next five years. Representatives from the ten metrocom communities in which NLC serves were invited to participate, in addition to college leadership, local school district partners, businesses, and universities. Feedback from this discussion, along with internal stakeholder input, will be used to develop a draft of the institution’s strategic plan. Strategic Planning will be one of the main focuses of Employee Development Day on October 28 so that the college community at large can be involved in the process.
NLC Hosts 4DX Summit for Its Third Cycle
Northeast Lakeview College hosted its Fall 2015 4DX Summit on September 16. Held each Fall and Spring, this is NLC’s 3rd round participating in the 4DX initiative. The Alamo Colleges and Northeast Lakeview College have completed one year of 4DX and each Summit is an integral part of the cadence of accountability. During this 3rd round, NLC had 18 teams present their Wildly Important Goal (WIG) and receive an award.
NLC Alzheimer's Walk Team Nets $1,350
Northeast Lakeview College participated in the recent Alzheimer’s Walk on September 19. Participants included students, employees and NLC family members. Over 45 team members raised over $1,350, which surpassed our goal and were in the top 35 teams who walked in fundraising. Ryan Turner, student and member of the Anthropology Club raised mover $150.00. The Alzheimer’s Foundation is one of NLC’s charities of choice and the college has been participating in the Walk since 2007. In 2012, Northeast Lakeview College was recognized by the organization for having the largest team at the San Antonio area walk.
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