According to one college president, helping students find a job post-graduation is "outdated"
The current model of bringing students to Clark State Community College’s campus and then helping them find a career or four-year college is outdated, President Jo Alice Blondin said.
Rather the school must do more to engage and attract new students, she said in an exclusive interview with the Springfield News-Sun to discuss her first year in office.
“No longer do we count noses on campus,” Blondin said. “We now need to make sure that we’re enrolling those students, but we...