CPCC Central Campus Dean, Paul Koehnke, to serve as NCCET president

last modified Aug 04, 2014 12:26 PM

The National Council for Continuing Education and Training (NCCET) has  announced Dr. Paul J. Koehnke will serve as president for its new membership year. NCCET is the national organization for leaders in workforce, community and economic development.

Koehnke currently serves as dean of the college’s Central Campus. In this role, he is responsible for general campus oversight, as well as managing a number of academic programs, including culinary arts, visual/performing arts, interior design, and digital media, journalism, and communications programs.

Koehnke joined CPCC in 1995 and has served the college as director of new & expanding business and industry; associate dean of corporate and continuing education; dean of the Harris Campus/corporate and continuing education; and associate vice president for corporate and continuing education.

The National Council for Continuing Education and Training (NCCET) is committed to providing its members with benefits that keep them up to date on new trends, help maintain a personal and professional network, and give access to the latest leading-edge programs throughout the country.

As president of the NCCET, Koehnke will work with the American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) Commissions, including the Commission on Economic and Workforce Development, and will be joined by other continuing education leaders, professionals, and innovators in community and junior colleges and technical schools to move higher education forward.