Pulaski Technical College

Leadership Pulaski Tech
Marsha Hines

“Being a part of the Leadership Class V was the best thing that has happened to me since I joined PTC more than a year ago.  Not only did the class provide an opportunity to get to know other people on campus, it also gave me information about the history of PTC and the structure of two-year colleges that I could not have obtained anywhere else.  This program was so well planned and organized that it should be a model for other programs.  I wish I could experience it again and again!”
--Marsha Hines, Development Officer, Class V

Jason Poole "My mission is to live for each day as an opportunity to contribute to the success of others on a personal, professional and spiritual level. I believe that my life is a gift from God, and I desire to utilize my personal gifts and abilities to their maximum and not waste them in pursuit of selfish gain. My career is in higher education, and I feel that this is consistent with my personal mission of seeking to uplift others in every aspect of their lives."
--Jason L. Poole, Leadership Class II

 About Leadership Pulaski Tech

Leadership Pulaski Tech is aimed at developing a network of qualified leaders for present and future college and community needs. To meet this goal, Leadership Pulaski Tech seeks to:

  • Identify and motivate individuals with leadership potential;
  • Acquaint them with higher education, college and community needs, challenges and opportunities;
  • Engage participants in information and idea exchange;
  • Challenge potential leaders to become involved with issues and the decision-making process.

Leadership Pulaski Tech seeks to develop college and community leaders by training and informing participants on a wide array of issues and concerns. In-depth training sessions focus on these issues, exploring their background, origin and present-day status. The program covers a full slate of topics, including higher education, community and economic development, and college issues. The sessions combine lectures, tours, dialogue and interaction between speakers and participants.

The curriculum may vary slightly from year to year, but a typical year’s sessions are as follows:

  • Class Announcement/Reception
  • Orientation/Retreat
  • Principles of Leadership/Ropes Course
  • Pulaski Technical College – Past, Present and Future
  • Higher Education Issues and Trends
  • Education in Arkansas/The Community College Movement
  • Community Development
  • Economic Development
  • Government and Politics
  • The Arts
  • Graduation



Pulaski Technical College
3000 West Scenic Drive
North Little Rock, AR 72118
Phone: (501) 812-2200

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