CNCC community education director departs to accept job at Northwest Colorado Health
CRAIG — Colorado Northwestern Community College Director of Community Education Desiree Moore announced on social media Monday, Aug. 6, that she will accept a position with Northwest Colorado Health and leave her position at CNCC, effective Friday, Aug. 17.
Moore has been with CNCC for five years, first starting as a recruiter and eventually rising to director of community education. She said she’ll miss her students, community partners, and coworkers, adding that she is grateful for the kindness and support she has received during her time at CNCC.
She said the college has made great strides toward serving the community and promoting lifelong learning opportunities. She said she thinks the program will only grow and become stronger in the future.
Moore has accepted the position of development coordinator with Northwest Colorado Health. In her new role, she will be helping the organization with grant writing and donor tracking, among other duties. She plans to remain in Craig but said she will miss her colleagues at CNCC.
“I am going to miss my work with CNCC and all of the people I worked with,” Moore said. “I am happy about the work that I did with them.”
During her tenure with the college, Moore said she was able to help secure funding to purchase large equipment, double enrollment, foster partnerships with local organizations, introduce art courses for adults, and help persons in need understand financial literacy. She said she is proud to have been part of an organization that helps the community.
Moore plans to remain at the college on a part-time, hourly basis for several weeks to help help with the transition.
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