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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

Red etters "CLC" on south lawn of campus

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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CLC, AgCentric awarded $584,000 NSF grant to address agricultural technician workforce gap

Central Lakes College and AgCentric has been awarded a $584,613 National Science Foundation (NSF) grant for research on addressing the critical issue of an agricultural technician workforce gap. The agricultural equipment industry has a significant shortage of qualified technicians trained to manufacture, use, and maintain equipment–costing the economy $180 billion …

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Congratulations to CLC’s 2019-2020 graduates!

Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, has announced the spring 2020 graduates. These students have completed degree, diploma or certificate programs. High honors students earned a 3.75-4.0 GPA (indicated by **) and Honors students earned 3.25-3.74 GPA. (indicated by *) The list includes all but those students with data privacy …

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CLC welcomes students back with a tuition freeze

Central Lakes College is ready to welcome students, both back to campus as well as online, and is greeting them with a freeze on tuition for fall semester. “We are pleased to be able to offer this tuition freeze to our students as part of our commitment to access, affordability …

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CLC Connection: We are in this together

As a college community, we have struggled with how best to respond to the recent act of violence against George Floyd and historically against people of color and American Indians, locally, across the state and our nation. We share the pain, anger and frustration reflected throughout our country in reaction …

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