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President’s council wants ideas on how to reduce costs, save money

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This spring term, District President Preston Pulliams authorized the creation of the President’s Entrepreneurial Advisory Council (PEAK). The advisory council will serve the District President by reviewing and recommending sustainable, innovative, and effective cost savings, cost avoidance, and revenue generating measures for PCC.

“In this era of record enrollment and unsettled financial times, it is now more important than ever to embrace innovation and celebrate change that makes our institution stronger,” Pulliams said. “I invite you to join this effort. If you have an innovative idea to generate new revenue or to reduce operating costs, please complete the PEAK idea form available on the webpage.  Working together we can continue to help PCC thrive.”

Pulliams, with help from PCC’s Video Production Unit, created a PEAK video. This short video highlights just a few of the many innovative ideas that have made PCC a stronger institution.

To send your idea to the PEAK initiative, visit:

About James Hill

James G. Hill, an award-winning journalist and public relations writer, has been the Communications Specialist for the Office of Public Affairs at Portland Community College since November of 1999. A graduate of Portland State University, J... more »


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