The Opus Society’s "Brown Bag Lunch Essentials" are open events for students, faculty, staff, and members of the community to explore important topics presented by high profile industry leaders. This no-host luncheon series was created to engage and inspire community leaders in discussions on a variety of topics from technology, business, world issues, design, entertainment, science, leadership, and creativity; the essentials for every leader.
Members of the Dawson Community College FFA/ AG Club will show off their muscles by offering themselves up for auction at the 2010 GATE Banquet Saturday, February 13th to be held at the EPEC. Banquet social hour starts at 6pm and dinner at 7pm.
Available for bid, 3 teams of two Agriculture students each and one single Agriculture student. Each team or single student is donating 8 hours of labor to the winning bidder. The clubs goal is to raise funds for additional educational opportunities in agriculture on the Dawson Community College campus.
Dawson Community College in Glendive
hosts four Miles City artists
in two galleries-Gallery 126 and the Impromptu Gallery
On exhibit: Tucker Bolton, Marcus R. Hartse, Vida Landa, & Mark Browning
Reception: Wednesday, January 27, 6 to 8 p.m.
Ain’t We Got Fun . . .
Please join us. Meet the artists, enjoy the artwork, conversation, and refreshments.
Financial aid professionals from around Montana will gather at 18 locations on Sunday, Jan. 31 and Wednesday, Feb. 3 to provide free, one-on-one assistance to students and families completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA).
The FAFSA is the key to obtaining federal financial aid — and some state and institutional aid — to help pay for postsecondary education.
This year, the event will take place locally at Dawson Community College in room 147. Sessions take place at 1:00, 2:00, or 3:00 p.m. on Sunday, January 31.
Dawson Community College is enrolling students in Farm and Ranch Business Management and Agricultural Marketing and Financial Analysis. These programs are designed to serve those who are actively engaged in farming or ranching enterprises. The Farm and Ranch Business Management program focuses on computer, accounting and other business skills. Students will learn practical methods for using QuickBooks and Microsoft Excel to improve recording-keeping and decision support on their farms and ranches.
Tryouts have been set for the Dawson Community College volleyball team. Coach John Marble invites all high school players to join the Lady Buccaneers at the Toepke Center at 2 p.m. Feb. 8. “It’s a great opportunity to get in the gym and play and get information on what it’s like to play in college,” he said. “It’s a chance to see firsthand what college athletics is all about.”
Dawson Community College President Jim Cargill and DCC Dean of Administrative Services Jackie Schultz said DCC will be re-establishing and reconnecting their academic partnership with Sidney come fall 2010.
with Artist Kevin Layton
DAWSON COMMUNITY COLLEGE ULMAN CENTER 110 ART ROOM
3 Thursdays of Fun & Creativity
February 18th & 25th 6-9 PM
March 4th 5-10 PM
Cost $50.00 for all 3 classes
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.