PLANNING & DEVELOPMENT OFFICE (P&D)
In support of GCC's mission of "providing the highest quality education and job training in Micronesia", the mission of the Planning & Development Department (P&D) is to facilitate the deliberate use of federal and non-federal funds to support educational programs (i.e. career and technical education (CTE), adult education and family literacy (AEFLA), and high school equivalency); to manage and maintain building facilities and capital improvement projects; to provide selected institutional data and research; and to diversify financial resources.
As Guam Community College is Guam's State Agency career and technical and adult education, P&D is the designated State Agency Office to manage the implementation of goals and objectives outlined in state and local plans (i.e. CTE and AEFLA). P&D also oversees facility projects identified in the Guam Community College Physical Master Plan, 2011-2015 and maintains facilities so as to provide a conducive learning and working environment for all.
The entire Physical Master Plan may be viewed under the Facility & Maintenance link (below).
Click the links below to obtain additional information on the various areas P&D oversees.
STATE AGENCY OFFICE
- Carl D. Perkins Career and Technical Education Improvement Act of 2006 (Perkins IV) - CTE
- Adult Education & Family Literacy Act of 1998 - AEFLA
Doris C.U. Perez, Assistant Director and GED® Administrator
Priscilla Johns, Program Specialist
Francisco Palacios, Sustainability Project Coordinator
Lawrence P. Perez, Facilities Engineer Administrator
Josephine Arceo, Administrative Assistant
Antonia Chamberlain, Administrative Assistant
Evangeline Cruz, Test Examiner
Location: Room 2209, 2nd Floor, Student Services and Administrative Building (Bldg. 2000)
Phone: 671.735.5514, 5517, 5521, 5625
Hours: 8:00 A.M. – 5:00 P.M.
Monday through Friday