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CLC’s Meta 5 Displaced Homemaker Program receives name change

The Meta 5 Displaced Homemaker Program at Central Lakes College has changed its named to the Meta 5 Family Resiliency Program. This follows suit with the other partnership programs in the state, which have collectively changed to the Minnesota Family Resiliency Partnership. While the name has changed, the need for support in …

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CLC welcomes new agriculture director

Central Lakes College is pleased to welcome Cory Detloff as its new Director of the Ag & Energy Center and Farm Business Management. Detloff replaces Keith Olander, who has served in the roles since 2014. Olander will remain in his current physical location and work with Detloff through the transition. …

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CLC Connection: What makes CLC different

By Dr. Hara Charlier, President of Central Lakes College I’m going to let you in on a little secret. For years, we at Central Lakes College have been hearing from students and alumni that there is just something different about CLC…Something that makes CLC special. Well, today, I’m going to …

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CLC, Midwest community college partners joins forces with NRCS; sign national MOU

The United States Department of Agriculture’s Natural Resource Conservation Service (USDA-NRCS) is partnering with Central Lakes College and eight Midwest community colleges to support hands-on student learning in the field, to develop future conservation-minded farmers and ranchers, and to cultivate more graduates interested in pursuing careers with NRCS. On Monday, …

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CLC Performing Arts presents two high octane events

Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center’s Cultural Arts Series will conclude its outdoor fall concert series with two high powered events on October 3 and October 10. Both of the 2 pm matinee shows feature artists familiar to both area and national audiences. First up on October 3 is Shaun …

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October Cultural Thursday to honor Native American Heritage Month

As a precursor to Native American Heritage Month, Central Lakes College’s Office of Equity and Inclusion and the Cultural Thursdays Program will host a free Zoom webinar with Kevin Belin, a Navajo language teacher at the International Baccalaureate Navajo Preparatory School in Farmington, NM. The webinar will take place on Thursday, …

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The Holy Rocka Rollaz September 19 at CLC

The Holy Rocka Rollaz return to Brainerd with their high energy show on Saturday, September 19 on the south lawn of Central Lakes College. The 2 pm show is part of the Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center’s Fall Outdoor Concert Series. “We love this band,” said Patrick Spradlin, director …

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CLC named a “2020 Great College to Work For”

Central Lakes College has attainted elite Honor Roll status as one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a new survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program. This is the second year in a row the college was awarded this high honor. The …

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Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center announces fall season

The Central Lakes Community Performing Arts Center (CLCPAC) has announced a five show season of live performances, ranging from rockabilly to jazz to comedy. Three of the events will be outdoors, and two are live-streamed. Producer Patrick Spradlin said that CLCPAC’s successes with both live and live-streamed performances made the …

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