Del Mar College Board of Regents Announces Deadline for Applicants to Submit Materials for Consideration for District 4 Seat
Article by: College Relations
The Del Mar College Board of Regents announced the process for replacing Regent Guy Watts, who represented District 4 on the nine-member board, during today’s meeting. Regent Watts resigned earlier last month.
Individuals interested in filling the DMC Board position need to submit the prescribed materials for consideration by the Board. Criteria include:
• Candidate must be a resident of DMC District 4 and a registered voter, and
• Candidate should submit a letter of interest and a resume with supporting documents relevant to their qualifications to the President’s Office either by mail (President’s Office, Del Mar College, 101 Baldwin Blvd., Corpus Christi, Texas 78404-3897) or in person (Room 133, Heldenfels Administration Building, Del Mar College East Campus, Ayers Street).
The deadline to submit materials for consideration is 5 p.m. Tuesday, May 29. (Del Mar College will be closed Monday, May 28, for the Memorial Day holiday.) Selected applicants need to be prepared for interviews with Board members on Tuesday, June 5.
The individual selected for the District 4 seat should be prepared to be sworn in on Tuesday, June 12, and will fill the appointed seat for the remaining term through 2020.
The Del Mar College Board of Regents includes nine regents in a modified single-member district configuration. Five regents represent specific geographic districts, including District 4 for which the Board will fill, while four serve at-large. The Del Mar College District includes all the area in the Calallen, Corpus Christi, Flour Bluff, Tuloso-Midway and West Oso Independent School Districts.
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