Help us plan CNC's next 50 years

We welcome everyone’s participation in helping us understand what the community needs from us. Opportunities to provide input are planned throughout the summer, including town halls - whether virtual or in-person – and through social media. Check back here for updates on the plan and opportunities to share your perspectives.

A mountain range with a lake in the summer
  • Prince George
  • Quesnel
  • Vanderhoof
  • Mackenzie
  • Fort St. James
  • Burns Lake
Jun 23
Johnson, Dennis
  • Burns Lake
  • Mackenzie
  • Quesnel
  • Fort St. James
  • Vanderhoof
  • Prince George
Jun 19

Project Timeline

  • The CNC strategic planning process launches on June 23, 2020
  • The first round of stakeholder engagement runs from June to September 14, 2020
  • A second round of consultations will occur in late fall/early winter
  • The plan will be completed by March 2021

How To Participate

Get involved! There are three ways you can connect with and contribute to CNC’s strategic plan.

  Survey

Share your thoughts about the College and its future.

The survey is now closed. 

  Social Media

Follow CNC on social media to keep up to date on the project, share your CNC story, and hear about future opportunities to connect with us.

  Town Halls

Participate in a CNC strategic planning town hall. A series of sessions are planned for later in the summer and into the fall.

Town hall sessions are complete


Project Teams

The Working Group

The project working group will execute the planning project. This group includes:

  • Dr. Dennis Johnson (President and CEO),
  • Tara Szerencsi (Vice President Finance and Corporate Services),
  • Stephen Chase (Centre for Teaching & Learning), and
  • Marnee Boman (Student Services).

Lynn Hoover and Joanne O’Shea from Prime Strategic Planning are facilitating our strategic plan development.

The working group will call on the advice and expertise of several areas and individuals across our campuses.

The Steering Committee

Oversees and leads the development of CNC’s strategic plan and makes recommendations to the Board of Governors. The Board of Governors approves all strategic plan elements and the plan itself.

Steering Committee:

  • Gil Malfair (Board Chair),
  • Regina Toth (Board Vice Chair),
  • Dr. Dennis Johnson (President and CEO), and
  • Chad Thompson (Vice President Academic).