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CLC awarded Ask Every Student Implementation Grant

Central Lakes College was awarded a $10,000 Ask Every Student Implementation Grant through the Ask Every Student program. Ask Every Student, a project of the National Resource Consortium on Full Student Voter Participation, seeks to create processes, systems and tools, collaborating with leaders at institutions, to make full voter participation …

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CLC’s TRIO Student Support Services awarded 5-year grant

Central Lakes College is pleased to announce its TRIO Student Support Services Program has been re-funded for an additional five years by the U.S. Department of Education. The grant, which funds the program at $280,024 per year, was increased from $235,000 per year in the previous grant cycle. “I am …

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Davis to serve on Taskforce on Law Enforcement Education Reform

Minnesota State has announced the formation of a Taskforce on Law Enforcement Education Reform. The Taskforce will lead a critical examination of current law enforcement education programs across the Minnesota State system using an anti-racism and equity-focused lens. The action is one element of Minnesota State’s multi-prong approach to law …

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CLC student named 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar

Central Lakes College student Hoang Nhat Anh Pham is one of 207 Phi Theta Kappa members named a 2020 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholarship Program helps new Phi Theta Kappa members defray educational expenses while enrolled in associate degree …

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Students, community invited to join new string orchestra

Central Lakes College invites string musicians of all ages to join its new Central Lakes String Orchestra. Rehearsals will be Wednesday nights from 7-9 pm in the Rehearsal Hall. All string players, both students and community members, are welcome to join. No audition is required. How to join: Students can …

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Campus visitors required to complete self-screening

Beginning August 10, all visitors to Central Lakes College will be required to complete an online health self-assessment questionnaire before being granted access to either the Brainerd or Staples campuses, as part of continuing efforts to mitigate the spread of Covid-19. This is in addition to the Executive Order 20-81 …

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CLC Connection: Partnerships in agriculture make our communities grow

By Keith Olander, Dean of Agricultural Studies Hara Charlier, President of Central Lakes College Agriculture is critically important to Central Lakes College. It always has been. As your local college, we are here to serve our communities – and agriculture is such a critical part of central Minnesota and the …

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Students graduate from CLC’s Law Enforcement Skills Certificate Program

The CLC Law Enforcement Program recognized 28 students who met the requirements to graduate from the eight-week Law Enforcement Skills Certificate Program. Due to COVID-19, the graduation event was held virtually on Thursday. This unique program allows students to get an insider’s look into the career of law enforcement. CLC …

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CLC welcomes Endicott as its Staples campuses dean

Central Lakes College is pleased to welcome Dave Endicott as its Dean of Staples campuses. Endicott started in the position July 1. He brings 26 years of experience in education, ranging from an elementary school teacher, an elementary school principal, to his most recent position as superintendent at the Pine …

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CLC Connection: We are open and ready to welcome students – with flexibility

By Dr. Hara Charlier, President of Central Lakes College It’s remarkable that only a few short months ago we took the initial steps to deal with COVID-19. Since then, the pandemic has dramatically altered our lives in ways we will always remember. Although there are still unknowns about the future, …

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