CLC’s Charlier Finds Home In Minnesota
27 Jul 2016
Hara Charlier is finding everything she wants in a job and a lifestyle as President of Central Lakes College. “I grew up in rural areas and I love rural colleges,” she said, “There is something about small town living, it is the fiber of America,” she said.
In this rural setting, Charlier is finding the college also lines up with her educational mission, to connect with the community and business partners to provide student success. She loves CLC’s existing connections with area high schools and wants to continue with all of their partnerships.
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