The process of developing a new Strategic Plan to guide the College of the Marshall Islands' decision-making, budgeting and day-to-day operations for the next five years has been ongoing since March 2011. While the plan that is in-process has been designed to support the college's mission, philosophy, vision, and values, it is not and will not be a static document. Once it is fully reviewed by all of the college's stakeholders, finalized, and approved and adopted by the members of the college's Board of Regents, the college's upcoming 2012-17 Strategic Plan will be a living, breathing blueprint for the future.
To view the current draft of the College of the Marshall Islands' 2012-17 Strategic Plan, please click here.
Are you aged 12-30? Can you commit two weeks or more of your time? Are you passionate about the future of small islands? Do you want to share your experiences with young people from other island nations? UNESCO and UNICEF invite young people from Small Island Developing States to put on their thinking caps, sharpen their debating skills and join together to ensure that the young people of the Caribbean, Indian Ocean and the Pacific contribute their vision for the future of small islands to the 2014 Global SIDS Meeting. The first step is to contribute to the 2013 preparatory process.
*When: 26 June – 1 July 4-9 July 11-16 July
*Where: Kingston, Jamaica Nadi, Fiji Victoria, Seychelles
* Dates may vary slightly and will be confirmed with successful applicants in early May
1. Tell us why you want to be involved in the meeting and your vision for your country/region/SIDS in 2050.
You can do this via an essay, poem, painting, song, video or any other format.
2. Complete the application form (have your guardian and chaperone sign if you are under 18 years of age.)
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