Posted: June 17, 2014
The Mt. Hood Community College (MHCC) Board of Education formally declared a vacancy to the Board of Education at the June 11Board meeting. This action opens the process for an appointment for the zone 3 position that was vacated by Maggie Nelson as of June 7, 2014. The remainder of the term will be filled by this appointment and it will then expire in May 2015, at which point the position will be filled by election.
The Mt. Hood Community College District Board of Education is composed of seven members elected to four-year terms. Five of the positions are elected from specific district zones and two are elected from the district at-large. An eligible board member must be a qualified voter in the district (and zone when applicable), a citizen of the state of Oregon and be at least 18 years of age.
This is a zone 3 position. Applicants must be qualified voters in Multnomah County.
Applications are due on or before July 31, 2014 by 5 p.m.
Applications will be reviewed by the board and decision will be made at the August 11 retreat and official vote at the September 10 Board meeting.
Applications are available online at mhcc.edu. Applicants must email or mail the following items:
- MHCCD New Board Member Application
- An attached document with responses to interview questions
Email or mail application to:
Wendy Patton, Board of Education Relations
Office of the President
Mt. Hood Community College
26000 SE Stark Street
Gresham, Oregon 97030
It is the mission of Mt. Hood Community College to fulfill the following commitments:
- Provide excellent, innovative and comprehensive educational opportunities for the diverse student populations served by the College;
- Provide programs and services that directly aid the personal and social development of students while teaching ethical behaviors and fostering a teaching and learning environment which values diversity;
- Provide technological, transfer, developmental and community education offerings that create opportunities for lifelong learning experiences;
- Enrich the community by developing and sustaining partnerships with business, industry, educational institutions, community organizations and governmental agencies;
- Prepare students for employment and advanced academic work so they may respond effectively to the continuous changes they will encounter in the 21st century;
- Work to create an inter-culturally literate citizenry so that students can be successful living and working in the increasingly interconnected global community.
Download Application by clicking here.
ZONE 3 - The eastern boundary is the city line between Gresham and Fairview: south along Interlachen Lane and Fairview Lake Way,
due south to Sandy Blvd, then south to I-84, west to 201st, south to Oregon Street, east then south to where the city line meets Glisan.
Southern boundary runs along Glisan, west to 202nd, south to Stark, west to 188th, north to Glisan, west to 162nd, south to Stark, west to
148th, south to Main Street, west to 139th, north to Stark, west to 122nd, north to Halsey, west to 102nd, south to Glisan, west to I-205, and
then north to I-84, as it goes west to the western MHCC District boundary, and north to the Columbia River.