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Upward Bound community service

More than 60 Upward Bound participants have been performing community service projects as part of their six-week enrollment in the residential/academic program directed by Central Lakes College and the College of St. Benedict. More than a dozen of the high school students, including Megan Gingery, 15, of Onamia, painted a …

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MnSCU board holds emergency meeting

The Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees today expressed its commitment to pursue any administrative or other options to stay open in the event of a government shutdown July 1. Meeting in an emergency session, the board also indicated its support for the chancellor’s contingency planning if remaining …

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Information Night at Pine River

College Information Night at Pine River-Backus High School on June 20 is a free, public event offered by Central Lakes College and its partners in the new Community Outreach courses offered in Pine River starting this fall. A general information session regarding the application process, financial aid, scholarships, and more …

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Two BBE athletes sign

Two student-athletes who played for Belgrade-Brooten-Elrosa High School teams have signed Letters of Intent to play basketball in the Minnesota College Athletic Conference as Central Lakes College Raiders starting with the 2011-12 season. Brent Koehler (left) and Kevin Kuefler were in Brainerd June 7 to put their signatures on the …

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CLC in top 10 percent

Central Lakes College is among the top 10 percent of the community colleges in the country. The Aspen Institute College Excellence Program lists CLC among the top 120 community colleges, based on high standards for learning, completion rates, and training for competitive jobs. The recent acknowledgement means that CLC is …

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Volunteer coach

Ron and Dar Houle, our husband-wife Computer Information Technologgy instructional team at Central Lakes College, are on the go during the summer months as volunteer coach and scorebook-keeper/driver respectively. They’re involved with youth baseball in a big way as they accompany a traveling Brainerd 13-under team on trips to games …

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Salzer is FBM instructor

Troy Salzer of Barnum has been selected as an instructor in the Farm Business Management program at Central Lakes College. He is to serve East Central Minnesota from a Mora location. Since 1997 he has been an Extension Educator for the University of Minnesota Extension Service, working out of Carlton. …

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Two nursing instructors hired

Central Lakes College announces the hiring of two fulltime Associate Degree Nursing instructors. They are Rebekah Gammon of Pierz and Laura Schoonover of Brainerd (pictured). Rebekah has been a part-time CLC nursing instructor the past year and from 2005-10 was a nurse at St. Gabriel’s Hospital. She holds a Master …

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Chancellor to visit CLC

Dr. Steven Rosenstone, the new chancellor of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities system (MnSCU), will visit Central Lakes College, Brainerd and Staples, on Thursday, June 9. He plans to be accompanied by his wife, Dr. Maria Antonia Calvo, a professor of Spanish and Portuguese Studies at the University of …

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YES! Camp

Central Lakes College will host the YES! Camp, an American Indian Business Leader Student Camp, from June 28-July 1 in the Business and Industry Center of the Brainerd campus. In partnership with Nay Ah Shing School, Onamia, and the Mille Lacs Band of Ojibwe, the camp includes a series of …

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