“In order to plan for the future, an operational and marketing assessment was ideally the next steps,” Jones said. “Community forums are essential to this process. Quantitative data is just as important as qualitative data from our stakeholders. »
The forum will take place at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, September 21 and registration is required.
The first forum in August provided an opportunity for Clark State management and Keen Independent Research professionals to listen and respond to stakeholders’ views and questions.
“The second forum will provide another opportunity for stakeholders who were unable to attend the initial forum to share their views, as well as share recommendations following the assessment,” Jones said.
For the evaluation, consultant Alex Keen, associate director of Keen Independent, conducted site visits, interviews with college leaders, arts organizations, PAC staff and community stakeholders.
Those interested in participating in the September 21 forum can register online at: https://clarkstate.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZctfumvrDgiE9z_Eu17-m6IQ5BkqXA35YxT. After registration, a confirmation email with information about joining the meeting will be sent.
Anyone who missed the first Community Forum held on August 2 can view it on the PAC website at https://pac.clarkstate.edu/about-us/pac-community-forum/.