Joyce Ayre Dawson Community College Athletic Director is proud to announce the Women’s Buccaneer Volleyball team has been recognized by the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) as second in the nation for academic excellence.
DCC Women’s Volleyball Head Coach, John Marble, is excited and not completely surprised by the honor. “Academics have always been a focus of this program, we believe that you can be successful in the classroom and on the court. This is a huge honor and it validates the attitudes and efforts of the players.”
On December 21, 2009, Officials from Sungard Higher education met with President Jim Cargill of Dawson Community College and President Stefani Hicswa of Miles City Community College to sign agreements which will bring Banner Integrated Information System on to the community College campuses in eastern Montana. The Montana University System is underwriting the approximately 1.7 million dollar cost of this project. Currently over 800 colleges nationwide are using the system, including the University of Montana and Montana State University.
Windows Vista Essentials taught by instructor Marcia Holas will begin Tuesday October 6th. “You will use a case-based approach to explore the basics of Microsoft Windows Vista,” said Marcia “then learn to organize your files and personalize your Windows environment.”
This course offers hands on training needed to become a proficient Windows Vista user. The course showcases innovative new features in Windows Vista, including a sidebar that provides information at a glance and improved file organization techniques.
Brent Nelson head of Welding Technology at Dawson Community College is proud to announce that DCC Ag Mechanics student Jordan Larson of Miles City Montana will be traveling to Indianapolis in October to attend the 82nd National FFA Convention.
“Lead Out Loud” is the 2009 convention theme as 55,000 of today’s FFA leaders from all 50 states gather in Indianapolis to celebrate. Members will engage in the National Days of Service and take part in interactive workshops, thrilling competitions and an action-packed career show.
The DCC Early Childhood Education Department is sponsoring three workshops. All the workshops are open to the public and available for Early Childhood training hours. All the workshops will be held in the Ullman Center, Room 105.
February 18, 6:30-9:00 p.m.-- To bond or not to bond . . . . How important is it to develop trust? Know any charming, manipulating liars? Debi Delameter from Action for Eastern Montana will give a presentation on Reactive Attachment Disorder.