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The College is a comprehensive community college serving Graham, Greenlee and Gila Counties.
Candidates for the position should have the following skills and experience: • Demonstrated commitment to students and a vision for improving the quality of education.
• An effective communicator, who is sensitive and responsive to the needs of the College, and who builds and nurtures trust, mutual respect and collegiality with the College administration, faculty, staff, students and community.
Given the persistent harshness of the desert, a vast majority of saguaros never make it past the seedling stage, and those that do grow with extraordinary slowness.
At the age of 5, a saguaro stands barely half an inch tall; by 20 it is hardly a foot; only upon reaching 30 does it announce its sexual maturity by bursting into bloom.