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The emphasis of responsibilities for this new position will include planning, developing, leading and evaluating course offerings, and expanding professional technical offerings throughout the College’s service area.
Tulak, who began work on Monday, August 4, 2014, says he is excited to begin work because he believes the
“A trained work force is essential to the region’s economy. The technical programs at
There is an ever widening gap between our growing labor market demands and the number of skilled workers in the pipeline.
“We believe that Tulak can make a significant difference for Northeast Louisiana as he’s spent nearly his entire career working to help boost the technical and industrial workforce education-he’s the right person and the right time”, Hanson said.
Prior to being appointed at LDCC, Mr. Tulak maintained an impressive career in community colleges. He was a math instructor at
Most recently, Tulak spent 10 years as Vice Chancellor of Instruction at
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