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Federal grant

Central Lakes College has been awarded a 5-year, $2,199,895 million grant by the Office of Postsecondary Education, U.S. Department of Education under the federal Transitions Program for Students with Intellectual Disabilities (TPSID). Central Lakes College is one of 27 institutions of higher education in 23 states receiving this grant. The …

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Operation Community Connect

The Brainerd campus of Central Lakes College on Saturday, Oct. 30 will host Crow Wing County’s inaugural Operation Community Connect, an event sponsored by the Crow Wing County Coalition to End Poverty. The event from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. is being held to provide a one-stop shop for individuals …

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CLC hosts transformation

Central Lakes College provides membership on the Crow Wing County Human Rights Commission who will be sponsoring the ‘Lakes Area Anti-Racism Study-Dialogue Circle’ from October to February. The Brainerd campus of CLC provides meeting space for Lakes Area ASDIC meetings in E338, from 5-8:30 p.m. on Thursdays: Oct. 28, Nov. …

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Helping at hunting youth expo

Fifteen Central Lakes College Natural Resources students will help at the 2010 Governor’s Deer Hunting Opener Youth Expo at Camp Ripley Friday, Nov. 5. The students will participate as volunteer supervisors during a morning of activities for 200 students and chaperones from Mary of Lourdes, Royalton, and Little Falls Middle …

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Community college summit

WASHINGTON — The White House says Vice President Joe Biden’s wife, Jill, will convene the first-ever White House summit on community colleges on Oct. 5. President Barack Obama wants the U.S. to lead the world in awarding college degrees by 2020, and he’s counting on community colleges to help meet …

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College in the Schools

Administrators from area school districts participated in the strategic planning session Aug. 19 for College in the Schools, a partnership among 26 districts and Central Lakes College. Instructors and counselors also attended the Duty Day event, meeting with their collegiate counterparts to discuss ways to improve the program that allows …

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Educators convene at CLC

After a breakfast provided by the Central Lakes College Foundation to all in attendance, Educational Forecaster Jim Brazell presented the keynote address today at Central Lakes College for more than 100 high school administrators, instructors, and counselors from 26 school districts. They joined CLC educators for the prelude to a …

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‘The Rock Farm’

The Finnish actors who were part of the cast, accompanied by directors Tuire Hindikka (left) and Patrick Spradlin, met with CLC President Larry Lundblad on Aug. 9 before returning to Finland. Playwright Donna Salli of the CLC English faculty, stands behind her young Finnish acting friends, Susanna Kohonen, Kerttu Pyy, …

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Conference presenters

Central Lakes College employees Connie Frisch (right), director of nursing, and Pamela Nelson, online learning coordinator, presented at the international “Fusion 2010: Architects of Education” users conference July 12 at the Marriott Hotel and Conference Centre in Chicago. Accompanied by Michael Amick, dean of academic and technology service at CLC, …

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Energy job training

The Minnesota State Energy Sector Partnership has awarded 14 green grants totaling more than $1.1 million to train Minnesotans for jobs in energy efficiency and the renewable energy industry. Central Lakes College was awarded $99,125 in partnership with Zenergy, Jim’s Electric Co. Inc., RetroGreen Energy, Rural Renewable Energy Alliance and …

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