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2 CLC students named to PTK All-Minnesota Academic Team

Two Central Lakes College students were named to the Phi Theta Kappa All-Minnesota Academic Team.  Erin Cartwright & Madysen Hull will be officially recognized at an event in April in Minneapolis.  “We are proud that Erin and Madysen will represent CLC’s Upsilon Omega Phi Theta Kappa chapter,” said Kate Porter, CLC English instructor and …

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Local students receive CLC Foundation scholarships 

The Central Lakes College Foundation is pleased to announce the distribution of $167,846 for Fall 2021 scholarships to local students. “As I reflect on this tremendous scholarship support, I recognize it was only possible because of the leadership of our board and the generosity from our college community,” said Kate Adornetto, …

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Polaris introduces Service Technician Education Program with Central Lakes College and Power Lodge 

$350,000 grant will bridge the skills gap and create job opportunities in rural counties and underserved communities   Polaris Inc., the global leader in powersports, announced the development of an innovative on-the-job training curriculum for upskilling and training powersports technicians. The Service Technician Education Program (STEP), which leverages new connected vehicle technology to rapidly scale and grow the necessary future technician labor force, is in …

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Student voting increased nearly 10 percent at CLC 

Central Lakes College today reported that student voting on its campuses increased nearly 10 percent in last year’s presidential election, rising to 70 percent in 2020 from a rate of 61 percent in 2016. Prior to the 2020 election season, the Central Lakes College Student Senate established a plan to build upon their past success and increase voter registration and voter turnout …

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CLC Trap Shooting Team enjoys a healthy lead over conference opponents

Central Lakes College’s Trap Shooting Club is off to a strong start, with its 15-member co-ed team shooting exceptionally well. Now in week three of the USA College Clay Target League’s six-week season, team members are determined to win their first conference championship.    CLC currently has a True Team Score of 417, followed by Wilmington College, Ohio, with 255. Wilmington is followed closely by Paul Smith College, New …

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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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Dick and Lynn Carder Family Fund to impact even more CLC students 

The Dick and Lynn Carder Family Fund at the Central Lakes College Foundation will impact even more college students, thanks to an additional gift from their children, Coleen (Ann Turnbull) Carder, Steven (Karen) Carder, Brian (Carol) Carder, and Roxanne (Robert) Lueck.  The fund was first established in 2015 in memory of Lynn Carder, awarding a scholarship …

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CLC named to #RealCollege Institutional Capacity-Building Cohort 

Red etters "CLC" on south lawn of campus

Central Lakes College was named to the #RealCollege Institutional Capacity-Building Cohort (ICBC), by The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice. CLC is one of 27 higher education institutions named to the cohort, spanning the nation from Washington to New York. The program is designed to assist colleges and universities in retaining students who need food and housing supports and who were made …

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Azerbaijan is the focus of Cultural Thursday 25th year kickoff event 

Central Lakes College will begin the 25th year of its Cultural Thursday series with a program on Azerbaijan. Rebecca Rowe will speak about her time serving in the Peace Corps in Azerbaijan at noon on Thursday, Sept. 2 in the Chalberg Theatre and online. (https://tinyurl.com/2a32uazv) The program is free and open to the public.  Rowe is the director of the North Central Small Business Development …

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Get the shot, win prizes

Students: You’ll have plenty of opportunities to get the vaccine, including at New Student Orientation Day on August 20! Brainerd: 8:30-9:30am in the South Hall Staples: 8:30-9:30am in the Commons We’re also holding weekly free walk-in vaccination & testing clinics at each campus, starting the first week of school. Brainerd: …

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