Career and Technical Education

Advisory Committees

SLCC Career and Technical Education (CTE) offer more than 60 programs, which allow students to move directly into the workforce with marketable skills and training. The Program Advisory Committee (PACs) and College Advisory Council (CAC) are essential to the viable function of CTE and professional educational programs leading directly to employment or advancement in the workforce, to receive retraining for new social and economic areas, or to continue an education pathway. Advisement for programs at SLCC relating to curriculum, technology, social and economic areas requires effective lines of communication between education, business and industry. Partnering together creates a workforce equipped with the appropriate training and knowledge necessary to improve students’ lives as well as develop Utah's economy.

PROGRAM ADVISORY COMMITTEES (PACs)

 SLCC CTE programs keep current with business and industry standards, with more than 45 Program Advisory Committees (PACs).  PACs consist of a number of Utah's industry leaders who have the responsibility of ensuring the viability of each CTE program by evaluating program equipment, space, curriculum, budget, and enrollment needs. They make recommendations needed to improve each program and provide input regarding Concurrent Enrollment, faculty preparation, scholarships, internships, job placement, donations of equipment, supplies, and other program needs. 

COLLEGE ADVISORY COUNCIL (CAC)

The SLCC College Advisory Council (CAC) is a companion organization to help coordinate the activities of the PACs. This council has the responsibility to train, support and coordinate with each of the PACs. The CAC meets throughout the year to make sure each PAC is functioning effectively and reviews the annual PAC reports, and provides an executive summary for the SLCC CTE Director and President.

College Advisory Council

 Craig Sandberg

 

Craig Sandberg - Chair

Cookietree Bakeries

Human Resources Director

Greg Cazier

 

Greg Cazier 

Reaveley Engineers & Assoc.

Lisa Peters

 

Lisa Peters

Intermountain Employee Services Center

URC Student Programs Manager

Dale M. Cox

 

 Dale M. Cox

Union Apprenticeships Representative

VP, AFL-CIO 

Rogelio Franco

 

Rogelio Franco

Entre Latinos

Janet Goble

 

 Janet Goble 

Canyons School District

CTE Director

Von Jensen

 Von Jensen

(retired)

Tom Nelson

 

Tom Nelson

SLCC Welding Fabrication and Inspection

Kennecott (retired)

Lori Irwin

 

Lori Irwin

Rio Tinto Kennecott Utah Copper

Senior Advisor

Rick Bouillon

 

 Rick Bouillon 

SLCC School of Technical Specialties and CTE Director

Jack Hesleph

 

Jack Hesleph

SLCC Student Employment and Cooperative Education Services

Director 

Jeanette Misaka

Jeanette Misaka

Utah State Office of Education (retired)

 

Kevin McEwan

Alta View Hospital

Cory Pearson

DWS - Workforce Development Specialist Energy/Construction

 

 

Deborah Bright

 

 Deborah Bright

Admin Asst, School of Technical Specialties and College Advisory Council

Rosemary Bingham

Rosemary Bingham 

SLCC Secretary

 

Salt Lake Community College highly values the relationships with each PAC member and the CAC. The input and support from these industry leaders, distinguishes SLCC as a premier institution of teaching and learning with comprehensive programs and curriculum.

Thank you to all our CAC & PAC members.
Your input and support is what makes Salt Lake Community College what it is today.

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