It was announced last week that Sheridan College President Dr. Kevin Drumm was a finalist for the president’s position at Broome Community College in Dickinson, New York.
Drumm cautioned not to take the news too seriously at this time because there are two other very well qualified candidates for the position. Drumm explains why he continues to be considered for other employment opportunities even though he is not actively seeking a new job.
However, if Drumm is selected and he decides to accept their offer, he would be leaving in the middle of an academic year. How would this affect Sheridan College?
Drumm will visit Broome College this week. The Northern Wyoming Community College District Board of Trustees has been working with Drumm on ways to improve his retirement dilemmas. Drumm is 56-years-old and is concerned about his retirement based on the economic recession which he says has hit his family hard.
Broome College is closer to the rest of his family which still lives on the East Coast.
Sheridan College will now just have to wait and see what happens next. Drumm expects Broome to make a decision before the end of the month.