Pulaski Technical College believes that the community it serves plays a vital role in program development and continued program relevance and excellence. Direct community involvement is characterized by valuing external input and a commitment to involve external stakeholders in a variety of means, both formally and informally. Our program advisory committees provide a strong and effective link to industries and businesses in the central Arkansas region. Committee members come from a wide variety of backgrounds representing the public and private sectors. They are leaders in their fields who act as advisers for credit programs. The main role of committee members is to provide input on ongoing program development and delivery.
If you would like to share your experience and help mold the future of our province, we can use your help. If you are interested in sharing your knowledge as a committee member, please write to Amanda Coleman, administrative assistant, Office of the Vice President for Instruction, with the following information:
- your name
- contact information (your address, phone number and email address)
- a brief outline of your education, training and experience
- the program area you are interested in
- where you work (public or private sector and if you are an employer or an employee)