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CLC students earn top spots at American Welding Society competition

Several Central Lakes College welding students earned top spots at the American Welding Society’s “Behind the Mask” welding competition at Ridgewater College Wednesday. CLC students competed against six other schools, with about 120 participants, in five categories. A young and energetic welding department consisting of Paul Jillson, Steve Verdon, and …

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CLC students inducted into Phi Theta Kappa

Twenty-two Central Lakes College students were inducted last weekend into Phi Theta Kappa, an international honor society. “Phi Theta Kappa is a way to honor and congratulate students on their excellent academic achievement. We’re proud of this year’s members and we’re excited to have them as part of CLC’s Upsilon Omega chapter,” said …

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CLC students earn top honors at American Advertising Awards

Central Lakes College students were awarded high honors at the American Advertising Awards Feb. 13 in St. Cloud. The event is an annual competition and celebration for marketers, advertisers, creatives, media specialists, producers, strategists, and students across Central Minnesota. The college’s graphic design and photo students pulled in 11 silver …

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CLC receives rebate check from Marco

Representatives from Marco presented Central Lakes College with a check for $1,497.24 as part of a rebate the company offers to customers. CLC uses the company for equipment, service and support for its copiers and printers. Pictured from left are: Brady Knettel, Marco; Pam Thomsen, CLC Foundation director; Kari Christiansen, CLC …

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CLC named to Victory Media’s 2016 Military Friendly Schools List

Central Lakes College announced today that it has been designated a 2016 Military Friendly School by Victory Media, the leader in successfully connecting the military and civilian worlds, and publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs and Military Spouse. Now in its seventh year, the original, premiere Military Friendly Schools designation …

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CLC receives $25,000 OER grant

Central Lakes College has received a $25,000 grant from The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities (MnSCU) system to promote the use of Open Educational Resources (OER) on its campus. The grant will allow the college to offer OER development opportunities to faculty this spring. It will also make CLC a statewide …

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CLC to host cattle producers workshop

Central Lakes College will host a cattle producers workshop on Feb. 11 at the CLC Staples campus, 1830 Airport Road. The workshop is presented by the Crow Wing River Basin Forge Council. This daylong workshop with keynote speaker Dr. Kris Ringwall, NDSU Extension, Dickinson, ND will be an in-depth seminar covering …

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CLC names new dean of Student Success

Central Lakes College named a new dean of Student Success. Jane Birkholz stepped into the position Jan. 7. “Jane brings many years of experience to the position,” said CLC President Dr. Larry Lundblad. “She understands the needs of rural colleges and the students we serve. We are looking forward to …

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CLC program donated 14,000 pounds of food to community

Through the Central Lakes College Gleaning Program, 14,458 pounds of food was donated to local communities in 2015. The Gleaning Program started after the college’s Ag & Energy Center received a Hunger Free Minnesota grant in Spring 2015 to better utilize research products around local foods initiatives.   Donations include: …

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CLC names VP of Academic and Student Affairs

Central Lakes College recently announced the removal of the interim status of Vice President of Academic and Student Affairs David Hietala. “Dave Hietala joined the college at a critical time as interim last year and has been responsible for a number of positive changes. Having Dave in a permanent role …

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