Community Advocate


Advisory committee members may be involved in some of the following activities depending on interest and/or expertise:• Increase community awareness of the college’s educational programs

  • Establish awards programs to recognize outstanding students, faculty, and community supporters
  • Help identify funding to support and/or promote programs
  • Participate in college events
  • Assist in developing and implementing marketing initiatives
  • Assist in soliciting scholarship applicants
  • Participate in the development of scholarship support for students
  • Provide tours and field trip experiences
  • Provide speakers

The input from advisory committees helps to:

  • Update and improve the quality of programs
  • Support and strengthen relationship between the college and the community
  • Identify needs and priorities in the program
  • Articulate short- and long-term college goals and objectives to community members, employers, and prospective students.


Academic Vice President
Brad Tyndall
Phone: 307-855-2110
Email: VP for Academics


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