A Quantitative Study of the Presidential Search Process and Position Longevity in Community Colleges Page: 60
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b. Private - religiously affiliated - four years or more
c. State College or University - four years or more
d. Community College - two year
e. Public Technical College - two year
f. Proprietary Institution
g. Not working in higher education
h. Other (Please specify)
16. Type of selection process used in your selection for your last position
a. Internal search using search committee
b. Internal search with selection by board or other governing body
c. National search using profession search firm
d. National search using other types of consultants
e. National search using internal resources
f. Other (Please specify)
17. When you were selected for your last position were you
a. Working at the same institution
b. Working at another institution but within the same system
c. Working at another institution within the same state
d. Working at another institution outside the state
e. White/Caucasian - Non-Hispanic
18. Other comments or information
Created by: Constance L. Howells
Selecting Lasting Leadership 01/06/11
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