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Teacher, Coach, Athletic Director, High School Principal, Junior High Principal, Middle School Principal, Associate Superintendent of Curriculum and Instruction, School Superintendent and Executive Dean of Regional Economic Advancement

Indian Hills Community College

HQ Phone:  (641) 683-5200

Email: t***@***.edu

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Indian Hills Community College

525 Grandview Avenue

Ottumwa, Iowa,52501

United States

Company Description

Indian Hills Community College, an institution of higher learning, is dedicated to excellence in educational opportunity, economic development, cultural understanding and social enrichment. Student learning is the central unifying purpose of the college. India... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Superintendent

Ottumwa Community School District


Chair, Sub Group

Southeast Iowa Manufacturing Association and Iowa Work Force Development


Web References(20 Total References)


Ottumwa Leadership Academy - Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation

www.orlf.org [cached]

The Dean for the 2015-2016 class is Tom Rubel.
Rubel was born in the small town of Exira in southwestern Iowa. He spent many of his early years on the farm, and like many of his generation he credits this experience with shaping both his strong work ethic and love of rural Iowa. After high school Tom attended North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) and then transferred to Yankton College in Yankton, South Dakota. Tom started his career in education in 1970 teaching history and coaching. He went back to school at Northwest Missouri State University and earned his Master's degree in Education and Specialist's degree in Education. In his 43 years in education, Tom has served many roles. He has been a teacher, coach, athletic director, high school principal, junior high principal, middle school principal, Associate Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction, school superintendent, and Executive Dean of Regional Economic Advancement at Indian Hills Community College. He most recently took on the role of Interim Superintendent for Ottumwa Community School District. Tom's career is marked by a strong history of leading collaborative projects and community involvement. When asked what has made his career successful thus far, Tom replied, "A leader has to know that they can't do everything alone. You have to rely on other people. I've been lucky in my career to be a part of some excellent teams. My goal was, and continues to be, to foster a collaborative effort among people working toward a common goal. Members of the Ottumwa Leadership Academy Advisory Board include: Martin Cody, Tom Lazio, Brad Little, Natalie Bolin, Jane Martin and Tom Rubel.


Ottumwa Leadership Academy - Ottumwa Regional Legacy Foundation

www.orlf.org [cached]

The Dean for the 2015-2016 class is Tom Rubel.
Rubel was born in the small town of Exira in southwestern Iowa. He spent many of his early years on the farm, and like many of his generation he credits this experience with shaping both his strong work ethic and love of rural Iowa. After high school Tom attended North Iowa Area Community College (NIACC) and then transferred to Yankton College in Yankton, South Dakota. Tom started his career in education in 1970 teaching history and coaching. He went back to school at Northwest Missouri State University and earned his Master's degree in Education and Specialist's degree in Education. In his 43 years in education, Tom has served many roles. He has been a teacher, coach, athletic director, high school principal, junior high principal, middle school principal, Associate Superintendent of Curriculum & Instruction, school superintendent, and Executive Dean of Regional Economic Advancement at Indian Hills Community College. He most recently took on the role of Interim Superintendent for Ottumwa Community School District. Tom's career is marked by a strong history of leading collaborative projects and community involvement. When asked what has made his career successful thus far, Tom replied, "A leader has to know that they can't do everything alone. You have to rely on other people. I've been lucky in my career to be a part of some excellent teams. My goal was, and continues to be, to foster a collaborative effort among people working toward a common goal. Members of the Ottumwa Leadership Academy Advisory Board include: Martin Cody, Tom Lazio, Brad Little, Natalie Bolin, Jane Martin and Tom Rubel.


ottumwacourier.com

"We continue to get the message from our business and industry partners that they have job openings that require a skill set we can provide, " said Tom Rubel, an executive dean at IHCC.


ottumwacourier.com

"If there are things we can do to partner, we want to partner, we want to support any initiatives," said Tom Rubel, IHCC executive dean of regional economic advancement.


www.pdiowa.com

"After studying the demographics of our 10-county area and our mission statement, the college decided we needed to be more active in regional economic advancement," said Tom Rubel on Wednesday.
Rubel, Indian Hills' executive dean of regional economic advancement, spoke to the school's board of trustees this week about the restructuring across his and some other departments.


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