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CLC Music Department presents Musicscape

The Central Lakes College Music Department presents Musicscape: A panorama of musical styles and eras. The CLC Community Band and Jazz Band, under the direction of Steve Anderson, will take the stage at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 24 at the Chalberg Theatre, Brainerd campus. Admission is $5 for adults and children …

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New “Math without Fear” class to start at CLC

A new math course at Central Lakes College will offer an avenue for students who test below the lowest developmental math class. The new course, called “Math Without Fear,” is a full credit-bearing, financial aid-eligible option for students who need an extra hand in the subject. It’s scheduled to be …

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Customized Training Department meets with local business leaders

The Customized Training Department of Central Lakes college is dedicated to providing programming for individuals and organizations seeking to maximize skills and applications, while creating growth opportunities for the future with an ever-changing society. With the goal of becoming a long-term educational partner, the professionals will work with companies to identifyspecific …

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CLC Law Enforcement students help at fallen deputy’s funeral

Law Enforcement classes were cancelled Friday at Central Lakes College. Instead, students and instructors assisted at the funeral of Aitkin County Sheriff’s Investigator Steven Sandberg. About 20 students helped out with parking and traffic control during the funeral. “We have come together as a community to assist these agencies,” said …

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CLC students participate in beer poster design competition

Three Central Lakes College students recently participated in the American Advertising Federation’s CMYK beer poster design competition. The students – Mitchell Nelson, Martin Nelson and Tyler Huss – entered their designs, along with more than two-dozen other entries from industry and other college students. The competition was Oct. 14 in …

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Bridges inspires students at new Career Skills Camp

On Wednesday and Thursday, October 21-22, 2015, more than 80 students from 13 school districts will gather at Camp Shamineau in Motley, MN, to participate in the first ever Bridges Career Skills Camp. This 2-day learning adventure will offer students the opportunity to strengthen their relationship skills, teach team-building, expand …

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Welding, football and farming: CLC student does it all

Nineteen-year-old Curtis Brisk wears a lot of hats. He’s a farmer, helping his parents on the family land. He’s a football player, having been recruited to play offensive line at CLC. He’s also a welder, and is mentoring other students in the craft. The Pierz native never wants to stop …

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Preimesberger named new Director of Secondary Relations

Paul Preimesberger has been appointed to the role of Director of Secondary Relations for Central Lakes College. He replaces Betsy Picciano, who is returning to her faculty post after a sabbatical. Preimesberger has been working under Picciano since Sept. 14, and will take over the position Dec. 1. Picciano said her …

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CLC awarded five-year, $1.176 million TRIO grant

Central Lakes College’s TRIO Student Support Services was awarded a five-year, $1.176 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education. The award will fund CLC’s TRIO Student Support Services at $235,235 per year during the five-year grant period. Charles Black Lance, director of TRIO Programs at CLC, said the grant …

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CLC students to celebrate Medical Assistants Recognition Week

The Medical Assistant students at Central Lakes College in Staples are gearing up to celebrate Medical Assistants Recognition Week, Oct. 19-23, as designated by the American Association of Medical Assistants (AAMA). Medical assistants across the country will be recognized during this week and honored on Medical Assistants Recognition Day, Wednesday, …

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