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December 8, 1994 | TIM MAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mission College President Jack Fujimoto will be transferred Downtown for at least a year to help the financially ailing Los Angeles Community College District find desperately needed public and private funding, district officials said Wednesday. The announcement of Fujimoto's departure from the Sylmar campus will be made today at a districtwide meeting at Mission College, officials said. William E.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1997 | REBECCA ANDRADE
Jack Fujimoto, who began his 30-year career in the 1950s, enjoys being a pioneer educational administrator and teacher. In 1978 he was appointed president of Sacramento City College, becoming the first Asian American to head a community college in the United States. In 1989 he was named interim president of Mission College in Sylmar and was appointed to the post permanently two years later.
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CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1996
Los Angeles community college trustees voted Wednesday to hire Jack Fujimoto, former president of Mission College in Sylmar, as interim president of Pierce College in Woodland Hills. By a 6-0 vote, the trustees accepted Chancellor Neil Yoneji's recommendation to put Fujimoto in the post for the next two to three months while trustees finish their review of three finalists for the permanent president's job.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
February 8, 1996
Los Angeles community college trustees voted Wednesday to hire Jack Fujimoto, former president of Mission College in Sylmar, as interim president of Pierce College in Woodland Hills. By a 6-0 vote, the trustees accepted Chancellor Neil Yoneji's recommendation to put Fujimoto in the post for the next two to three months while trustees finish their review of three finalists for the permanent president's job.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1994
Mission College President Jack Fujimoto will take a leave from his job for at least a year to help the financially ailing Los Angeles Community College District find public and private funding, district officials said Wednesday. The announcement of Fujimoto's departure from the Sylmar campus is expected today at a district-wide meeting, officials said. William E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1997 | REBECCA ANDRADE
Jack Fujimoto, who began his 30-year career in the 1950s, enjoys being a pioneer educational administrator and teacher. In 1978 he was appointed president of Sacramento City College, becoming the first Asian American to head a community college in the United States. In 1989 he was named interim president of Mission College in Sylmar and was appointed to the post permanently two years later.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1994 | TIM MAY
Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Neil Yoneji made it official Thursday. Jack Fujimoto, president of Mission College since 1989, will be transferred Downtown to lead the district's hunt for elusive sources of grant funding. The nine-campus college district, the largest two-year college district in the country, was hit hard this year by state budget cutbacks and declining enrollment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1995 | TIM MAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Saying he couldn't resist a financial offer to retire, Jack Fujimoto, who built up Mission College from the days when it floated among temporary storefront classrooms, plans to step down in December after more than 30 years with the Los Angeles Community College District. "It has been a very positive experience for me," Fujimoto, president of the college since 1989, said Wednesday. "I haven't been able to do as much as I wanted to rescue Mission, but in time, that will come," he added.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1994 | TIM MAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mission College President Jack Fujimoto may soon leave the college to help the financially strapped community college district raise desperately needed revenue. But Fujimoto and Los Angeles Community College District officials stressed that the move would only be temporary, despite its coming at a time of expansion, decreasing enrollment and low morale among some faculty members and students.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 1, 1993
State Sen. David Roberti deserves thanks for his leadership as well as his persistence in helping to pass a state budget within its constitutional deadline. Mission College students now have a semblance of stability in terms of fees as well as courses, rather than the uncertainty that was felt last year. JACK FUJIMOTO North Hills The writer is the president of Los Angeles Mission College.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
August 31, 1995 | TIM MAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Saying he couldn't resist a financial offer to retire, Jack Fujimoto, who built up Mission College from the days when it floated among temporary storefront classrooms, plans to step down in December after more than 30 years with the Los Angeles Community College District. "It has been a very positive experience for me," Fujimoto, president of the college since 1989, said Wednesday. "I haven't been able to do as much as I wanted to rescue Mission, but in time, that will come," he added.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 9, 1994 | TIM MAY
Los Angeles Community College District Chancellor Neil Yoneji made it official Thursday. Jack Fujimoto, president of Mission College since 1989, will be transferred Downtown to lead the district's hunt for elusive sources of grant funding. The nine-campus college district, the largest two-year college district in the country, was hit hard this year by state budget cutbacks and declining enrollment.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1994
Mission College President Jack Fujimoto will take a leave from his job for at least a year to help the financially ailing Los Angeles Community College District find public and private funding, district officials said Wednesday. The announcement of Fujimoto's departure from the Sylmar campus is expected today at a district-wide meeting, officials said. William E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
December 8, 1994 | TIM MAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mission College President Jack Fujimoto will be transferred Downtown for at least a year to help the financially ailing Los Angeles Community College District find desperately needed public and private funding, district officials said Wednesday. The announcement of Fujimoto's departure from the Sylmar campus will be made today at a districtwide meeting at Mission College, officials said. William E.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
November 10, 1994 | TIM MAY, SPECIAL TO THE TIMES
Mission College President Jack Fujimoto may soon leave the college to help the financially strapped community college district raise desperately needed revenue. But Fujimoto and Los Angeles Community College District officials stressed that the move would only be temporary, despite its coming at a time of expansion, decreasing enrollment and low morale among some faculty members and students.
NEWS
February 27, 1986
The City Council of Culver City has passed a resolution asking the Los Angeles Community College Board of Trustees to delay ousting M. Jack Fujimoto from the presidency of West Los Angeles College. The delay would allow residents more time to respond. The college district voted last week to remove Fujimoto, who has led the college since 1979. The college, located in Culver City, has experienced a 44% drop in enrollment since 1982.
NEWS
July 4, 1985
West Los Angeles College will retrain 104 savings and loan tellers as service representatives beginning July 17. College President Jack Fujimoto said each employee will receive 80 hours of instruction at the campus at 4800 Freshman Drive. The second and third training sessions are scheduled to start Oct. 16 and the fourth and fifth sessions are to start Jan. 8. Employees also will receive 40 hours of training at their place of employment.
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