SWCC a Promising Place to Work

2017 Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges

Southwest  Receives Recognition by NISOD

promising place to workSouthwest Virginia Community College recently received the 2017 Promising Places to Work in Community Colleges distinction by NISOD (National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development) and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education. This honor recognizes Southwest for its commitment to workplace diversity, equitable staffing practices and supportive work environments.
            “SWCC is proud of the fact that it is one of only 11 colleges in the country to be recognized by NISOD and Diverse: Issues in Higher Education for this distinction,” said Dr. Mark Estepp, president of SWCC. “We are also proud of the fact that we are a great place to work and that we strive to promote diversity and professional development.”
            These community and technical colleges are very deserving of this recognition because of their outstanding work to enhance equality, diversity and inclusion across their campuses,” said NISOD Executive Director Dr. Edward Leach.
Created in 1978, NISOD is a membership organization committed to promoting and celebrating excellence in teaching, learning and leadership at community and technical colleges.
SWCC Selected by NISOD as a Promising Place to Work

Southwest Virginia Community College Bell Tower

In addition to SWCC, the other 2017 Most Promising Places to work in Community Colleges include:

  • Blinn College
  • El Centro College
  • Montgomery County Community College
  • Mountain View College
  • Oklahoma State University Institute of Technology
  • Pierpont Community and Technical College
  • Seward County Community College
  • South Florida State College
  • Southwest Virginia Community College
  • Stella and Charles Guttman Community College
  • Tallahassee Community College