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CLC named “Great College to Work For” 

For the third consecutive year, Central Lakes College was named one of the best colleges in the nation to work for, according to a survey by The Great Colleges to Work For program. The recently released results are based on a survey of 196 colleges and universities. CLC is the only college in Minnesota to appear on the list.  …

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Community invited to celebrate Darlene Palmer, a pioneer in women’s sports

The community is invited to join the family of Darlene Palmer, a pioneer in local women’s sports, for a celebration of life at 2 p.m. Saturday, August 7 in the Central Lakes College Brainerd campus gym. The program will begin at 2:30 p.m. Coach Palmer was honored for her work …

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CLC staff profile: Toy Ross-Sullivan

CLC Raider Connect Coach Toy Ross-Sullivan graduated with her AA Degree this semester! We sat down with her to hear about the ups and downs of going to school while working full time, being a mom and balancing classes. Why did you decide to get your AA Degree? What went …

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Olander inducted into the Minnesota FFA Hall of Fame

Keith Olander, Executive Director of AgCentric and Agricultural Partnerships with Minnesota State and Central Lakes College, was inducted into the Minnesota Future Farmers of America Hall of Fame. Olander and eight other inductees joined the 213 members that have been inducted into the Minnesota FFA Hall of Fame the past …

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CLC receives Inclusive Workforce Employer Designation

Central Lakes College was recently recognized as an Inclusive Workforce Employer (I-WE) by The Regional Workforce Alliance (RWA) of Northwest Minnesota. The honor recognizes the college for its commitment to and development of an inclusive and equitable culture within the business and the region. The I-WE designation was created to …

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Send Your Holiday Greeting!

Brainerd Community Theatre’s streamed holiday production “Home for the Holidays” will feature a segment of holiday greetings for those not able to be together during this season. “We’ll read the greetings as part of the show, as a way to connect people over the holidays,” said BCT director Patrick Spradlin. …

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All CLC students are encouraged to take free COVID-19 test

Central Lakes College is urging all CLC students to take a COVID-19 test prior to the Thanksgiving Holiday break. The Minnesota Department of Health (MDH) is concerned that people ages 18 – 35 are driving the state’s community spread of COVID-19 to record highs. Many people in this age group …

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Central Lakes College suspends winter sports seasons, continues plans for spring

CLC announced on Monday that it is suspending its men’s and women’s basketball seasons due to concerns over the COVID-19 pandemic. The college does, however, remain optimistic about hosting spring sports.   In a statement, Central Lakes College president Hara Charlier said, “The decision to suspend Raider basketball was made after a great …

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Verse Like Water to feature U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo

Verse Like Water, the visiting poet program of Central Lakes College, in collaboration with Riverland College and the Olseth Foundation presents our current U.S. Poet Laureate Joy Harjo. The event will be streamed live at noon on Thursday, November 12.  Joy is a major voice in American literature, and she …

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CLC Foundation awards $131,921 in scholarships 

Red etters "CLC" on south lawn of campus

There was $131,921 in scholarships awarded this fall semester to deserving and qualified students through the Central Lakes College Foundation. Each student application was read, reviewed and rated at least three times. Fifty-five percent of applicants were awarded a scholarship. Students who received scholarships include: From Aitkin Breena Burgstaler, Brooklyn …

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