Trainer: David de Fer
Cole Johnson of Bloomfield, MT graduated from DCC in 2011 with high honors and was also a member of Phi Theta Kappa.
Dawson Community College in Glendive Montana and Olds College located in Alberta Canada have announced the details of an enhanced 2+2 agreement in Agriculture that offers students a competitive, streamlined opportunity to earn a Applied Bachelor's degree in Ag.
DCC student Brittany Pascal, from Loveland Colorado, joined 12 of her teammates and classmates as victims of a mock disaster to help our Glendive first response teams train over the weekend.
Student athletes at Dawson have volunteered 293 hours to date.
Way to go Bucs!
The 71st Commencement exercises will be held May 11, 2012 at 10:00 a.m. in the Toepke Center at Dawson Community College. Dr. Jim Cargill, President of Dawson Community College, the Board of Trustees, faculty, staff and the Class of 2012 are proud to announce Ryan Sokoloski, Makoshika State Park manager, as the keynote speaker for the 2012 exercises.
After the Commencement exercises, graduates, families and friends are invited to a reception honoring the DCC Class of 2012 which will be hosted by the American Association of University Women (AAUW) in the Toepke foyer.
Dawson Community College will provide a unique opportunity to high school students this summer semester-FREE COLLEGE CLASSES that transfer. (Summer Session runs June 4-August 12, 2012)
All high school students that are at least 16 years of age and who will NOT graduate this May of 2012 can JUMP START their college education virtually FREE as an Early Start Student!
Dawson Community College 2011-2012 Awards Banquet was held Sunday April 22. The banquet is a tradition at DCC and includes acknowledgment for both academic and sports award recipients. This year's dinner was prepared by Garth Clingingsmith at the Moose Lodge in Glendive. Hosted by the Associated Student Body participants enjoyed lasagna and garlic bread sticks with a Caesar salad and cupcakes for dessert.
Tom Speechley, instructor of history, passed away August 8, 2011 while visiting his family in Cape Cod, Massachusetts. Mr. Speechley had been with the college for seven years. He came to Dawson from Oregon and was anxious to teach history at the collegiate level. During his time with us, he was a favorite of many students. His seemingly gruff exterior was coupled with a passion for his craft--he loved to teach. A battered, spiral notebook crammed with annotations, torn sheets, and stained pages accompanied him to every class.
Ben Dunlap on A Passionate Life.
Wofford College president Ben Dunlap tells the story of Sandor Teszler, a Hungarian Holocaust survivor who taught him about passionate living and lifelong learning.
Brown Bag Lunch Essentials Series - Begins at Noon - DCC Toepke Center Choir Room. Bring your lunch and enjoy thought provoking lectures and discussions from industry leaders.
As they have for decades, the Greatest Generation and Baby Boomers now approaching traditional retirement age want to define life after 50 on their own terms. They want to stay active and involved and many want to continue to work. The Plus 50 program is designed to do exactly that. It can bring new meaning to your retirement and it might even change your life.