FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. - Coconino Community College will host a series of informational Open Houses throughout Coconino County, designed to answer questions about the College’s finances and upcoming override initiative on the Nov. 5 election ballot.
"The Open House is an opportunity for community members to learn more about the College’s finances and how we are proposing resolving projected budget shortfall of the near future,” said CCC President Dr. Leah L. Bornstein.
The community wide Open Houses are scheduled from 4:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. in Tuba City, Flagstaff, Page and Williams.
1. Thursday, Oct. 10, Tuba City, Tuba City Chapter House, 220 S. Main St.
2. Wednesday, Oct. 16, Flagstaff, Flagstaff High School commons, 400 W. Elm Ave.
3. Tuesday, Oct. 22, Page, Page Public Library, 479 S. Lake Powell Blvd.
4. Thursday, Oct. 24, Williams, Williams High School Annex, 636 S. 7th St.
5. Wednesday, Oct. 30, Flagstaff, Coconino High School, Room 204, 2801 S. Izabel St.
The CCC Open House presentations are formatted to provide information to the public on the College's financial situation, not to advocate for a property tax increase.
CCC's three core missions are:
1. Provide Arts and Science courses for transfer and transition, including successful program such as High School to CCC programs and CCC2NAU transition program.
2. Provide career and technical education. Did you know that CCC provides training and education to 51 percent of Coconino County firefighters, 43 percent of criminal justice professionals and 42 percent of nurses and paramedics?
3. Provide workforce training that assist in keeping jobs in Coconino County through business and employee training, customized curricula and partnerships.