CWC VP participates in Future Presidents Institute

CWC VP participates in Future Presidents Institute

Jason Wood, Central Wyoming College’s executive vice president for Student and Academic Services, has been accepted to participate in the American Association of Community Colleges Future Presidents Institute.


Through a competitive process, Wood was selected to be part of the intensive five-day institute in Baltimore, MD June 23-28.


The AACC’s institute is designed for senior level community college administrators on the direct path to a presidency. The selected participants network with experienced CEOs, industry experts and their own senior level peers at the institute.


Shortly after Wood joined the CWC administrative team, he was chosen to take part in the Executive Leadership Institute sponsored by the League for Innovation in the Community College.


Participants of the Future Presidents Institute anticipate moving into a presidency within the next two or three years.
 

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