Program Advisory Committee

IBMC College Advisory Board

Employers make a difference in IBMC College’s curriculum

IBMC Program Advisory
Committee Meetings

Fall 2017 Meeting

 

More Information Coming Soon

Company leaders help to develop the curriculum of IBMC’s career-training programs. The feedback from employers guides the lessons that are taught in the classroom, allowing students to be up to date regarding the most relevant technologies and industry trends. Our Program Advisory Committee also gives great insight into the exact skills that employers are looking for in a potential employee.

The purpose of the Program Advisory Committee:

The IBMC Program Advisory Committee is comprised of professionals, employers and IBMC graduates who are employed in their field of study. The goal of the Committee is to help the College achieve program-related objectives. It is the intent of the College to maintain current knowledge of employment needs in the community, and the surrounding areas.

Members are invited by staff members of IBMC College and include those in fields of accounting, business administration, cosmetology,  healthcare, law and therapeutic massage. Traditionally, Program Advisory Committee meetings have representatives from local businesses, businesses that host students during their clinical practicum or externship experience, and companies that hire IBMC graduates.

Current members of our Program Advisory Committee:

Click on the campus of choice to see a complete list of businesses and individuals that presently serve on the IBMC Program Advisory Board:

Fort Collins Campus

Greeley Campus

Longmont Campus

Cheyenne Campus

Colorado Springs Campus

For employers: What role do employers play in IBMC’s Program Advisory Committee?

IBMC College Spring Advisory Board

  • Members participate in a luncheon. This includes mini-breakout sessions, which will help IBMC shape future curriculum.
  • The IBMC Program Advisory Committee functions under independent guidelines and convenes bi-annually.
  • Members discuss the current hiring market, needs for trained personnel, hiring requirements, career placement, technology trends in the field, and desired employee skill-sets.
  • Employers have access to a large network of community leaders from many professions and similar industries.
Employers, are you interested in serving on IBMC College’s Program Advisory Board Committee?

Let us know! Email placement@ibmc.edu or call 1-800-495-2669



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