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Putting territorial issues aside, Pikes Peak Community College and Pueblo Community College announced a partnership aimed at helping educate workers for the the manufacturing community … Continue Reading Pikes Peak and Pueblo colleges partner to train manufacturing workforce

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The Colorado Community College System is holding a public meeting to introduce six semi-finalists for the presidency at Pikes Peak Community College. The first three candidates will be available Monday, May 2 from 1 to 3:45 p.m., with each candidate available for 45 minutes. The last three will be available Tuesday, May 3 from 1… Continue Reading PPCC holding forum to present presidential candidates

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PPCC begins search for president

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Pikes Peak Community College has begun it search for a president. “The position is being advertised widely in both national and local media sources, said Colorado Community College System President Nancy McCallin. “This is an excellent college in a beautiful community with enormous growth potential.  As a result, we are confident the position will be appealing… Continue Reading PPCC begins search for president

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PPCC President Tony Kinkel resigns

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Dr. Tony Kinkel has resigned his position as president of Pikes Peak Community College, saying it is time for new challenges. Nancy McCallin, president of the Colorado Community College System, announced Kinkel’s decision to step down. “Tony has many accomplishments to his credit, and has served the college well,” she said. He started at the… Continue Reading PPCC President Tony Kinkel resigns

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The Colorado FIRST and Existing Industry business-grant deadlines are fast approaching. The first deadline for Colorado FIRST is Aug. 2, and the Existing Industry first deadline is Aug. 13. There are also deadlines in October for the second round of grant applications. The grants enable primary-industry employers to increase short-term, fast-track employee training. Administered jointly… Continue Reading Primary-industry employer grants deadline approaching

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PPCC’s Falcon campus posts profit

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After only two years, Pikes Peak Community College’s Falcon campus has made a profit, a full year ahead of schedule. The campus, opened August 2008, posted a profit of more than $415, 000 as of April 30, said Tony Kinkle, president of the community college system. Kinkle said the original plan was to post a… Continue Reading PPCC’s Falcon campus posts profit

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Corporate culture is the most powerful tool that an organization has to shape the behavior within the organization. Anytime humans get together – a culture happens. If business owners and executives don’t create and assign a corporate culture – it will happen by default around the water cooler. About 400 executives and business owners attended… Continue Reading Disney Institute: Create corporate culture to be successful

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Pikes Peak Community College plans to begin construction on a $4.2 million renovation of its science labs at its Centennial campus this spring. The project received approval from the state’s Capital Development Committee of the General Assembly, said PPCC President Tony Kinkle. The college is not borrowing money or issuing bonds for the renovation but… Continue Reading PPCC’s $4.2 million renovation project gets OK, will go to bid in spring

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Yesterday, President Barack Obama proposed the American Graduation Initiative, to increase college graduation rates, a prospect Pikes Peak Community College President Dr. Anthony Kinkel called the most efficient use of tax-payer dollars. “I can guarantee that if Congress can pass this initiative,” Kinkel said, “the return on investment with community colleges will be higher than… Continue Reading PPCC’s Kinkel applauds Graduation Initiative plan

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