CNA president talks about college’s challenges

June 14, 2013

The College of the North Atlantic is asking how to prepare students for the careers of the future, after a tough few months of budget cuts and an ongoing need to restrain further, the college’s president, Ann Marie Vaughan, told the Rotary Club last week. “We still have $4 million of reductions to make, and that will be related to the staffing side of the operation,” Vaughan told reporters. “We are trying to figure out how we do that right.” The president also took the opportunity to talk about the impact that CNA’s project in Qatar makes. “When you think about what’s going on in the world, when you think about that part of the world, that’s fundamentally transformative to a region, and it’s an amazing opportunity to be a part of that,” says Vaughan. CNA-Qatar has recently signed off on a contract to keep the campus open for another 3 years. The Telegram