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Two CLC courses receive QM recognition

Central Lakes College instructor Mary DeVahl had two courses recognized as QM certified by the Minnesota Online Quality Initiative. The courses are College Study Skills and General Psychology. DeVahl’s courses are among nearly 300 higher education courses nationwide to be given the honor this year by the Minnesota Online Quality …

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Amanda Small joins CLC

Amanda Small joins Central Lakes College as a Check and Connect coach, working with students with intellectual and developmental disabilities. Small is one of about a dozen staff working with CLC’s TPSID (Transition Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities) Grant. The grant is a collaboration overseen by CLC, with Ridgewater …

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Judy Barka joins AgCentric

Judy Barka joins AgCentric as project manager. Barka will focus on social media, secondary relations and project management within the AgCentric. AgCentric is a MnSCU Center of Excellence in Agriculture made up of three colleges: CLC, Ridgewater College and Northland Community and Technical College. AgCentric works to develop and deliver …

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CLC holding Agriculture and Energy Field Day

Central Lakes College will hold its annual Agriculture and Energy Field Day from 9 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Friday, Aug. 21 at the Ag and Energy Center in Staples. Everyone is welcome to attend the day of fun, educational events. There is something for all ages. “The Ag and Energy Center has …

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Annual golf tournament raises $19,000 for CLC Heavy Equipment Program

The 17th annual Central Lakes College golf tournament raised nearly $19,000 for the college’s Heavy Equipment Operations and Maintenance Program. The tournament was put on by Frattalone Companies in late July. Throughout last year, the Heavy Equipment Operations and Maintenance Program Advisory Committee helped lead an effort to raise $100,000 for the program. To …

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SBDC business consultant at CLC named ‘State Star’

Peter Nelson of Brainerd was recently recognized as the Minnesota Small Business Development Center’s (SBDC) State Star for 2015 at the Minnesota SBDC Program annual conference in Minneapolis. The award recognizes business consultants and staff in the SBDC Program who have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to the program and the business …

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CLC going tobacco-free Aug. 14

Central Lakes College will be tobacco-free starting Aug. 14. CLC is following a trend consistent with the rest of the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities System (MnSCU). CLC is the 18th MnSCU college to adopt a tobacco-free policy. The tobacco-free campus policy is in alignment with the mission of CLC. …

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