Governor Mark Dayton and Senator Al Franken address career technical education at the CTE Works! conference

This annual conference is co-sponsored by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities and the Minnesota Department of Education. This year, we were delighted to also be partnering with the Minnesota Governor's Workforce Development Council. If you missed the conference last week, presentations will be available on our website as they come in. Visit the CTE... Continue Reading →

E-College Mentoring

E-college is an eight week high school curriculum for high school students with disabilities. It is designed to provide college bound students with the skills and knowledge necessary to successfully meet their post secondary education goals.  A unique and powerful feature of this program is that student learning is reinforced through email mentoring with a... Continue Reading →

Career Information for People with Felony Convictions

Trying to find the right career path is challenging enough. Now think about how tough it is to find the right career while rebuilding your life after a prison sentence. Thousands of Minnesotans face these challenges every day. Approximately 6,500 individuals are released each year from Minnesota prisons, according to the Department of Corrections. Many... Continue Reading →

Regional Transfer Meetings

Regional Transfer Meetings— There will be three regional transfer meetings in April.  The West Regional Transfer meeting will be held on Thursday, April 12 at Minnesota State Community and Technical College in Detroit Lakes.  The South Regional Transfer meeting will be held on Tuesday, April 17 at MSU, Mankato.  The Central Regional Transfer meeting will... Continue Reading →

Central Lakes College — State Honor – Non-traditional student scholarship bonanza

State Honor – Non-traditional student scholarship bonanza—Julie Jo Larson, an honor student at Central Lakes College in Brainerd, has been recognized by state organizations with scholarships she said qualified students shouldn’t overlook for themselves.“It is my hope that I can inspire more students to take the time and fill out the scholarship applications,” she said. ... Continue Reading →

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