Minnesota Senator Al Franken visits Dunwoody’s fast-track CNC operator training program Right Skills Now.
Darlene Miller, president and CEO of Permac Industries Inc., was recently included in a Minneapolis St. Paul Business Journal round up of local executives thoughts on the coming year in business. Miller serves on President Obama’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness and has been instrumental in the development of the Right Skills Now program. In the […]
MINNEAPOLIS, October 28, 2011 — Dunwoody College of Technology’s has received more than half a million dollars in equipment donations for the Harper Center of Graphics Technologies for the 2011-2012 academic year. The donations came as the result of the department’s connections with industry and will enhance the learning of the students in its three […]
Minneapolis Mayor RT Rybak (pictured above, far right) was just one of several speakers at a July 27 event held at Dunwoody College celebrating the work of RENEW (Renewable Energy Networks Empowering Workers). Funded by a grant from the U.S. Dept. of Labor, RENEW helped more than 580 Twin Cities residents get training for green […]
The President’s Council on Jobs and Competitiveness (OCJC) held a meeting with President Obama on June 13 at Cree, Inc., in Durham, North Carolina. At the meeting, Darlene Miller, CFO Permac Industries, presented the High Tech Manufacturing Program that a partnership of Dunwoody College and private companies and the OCJC proposed at an OCJC meeting held […]
Five Dunwoody College of Technology students participated in the 47th SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference and Championship held June 18-24, 2011, in Kansas City, Mo. According to the SkillsUSA 2011, the championship event is “a multi-million dollar event that occupies space equivalent to more than 16 football fields.” More than 5,600 students competed in […]
Congratulations to the Dunwoody College of Technology students who are on the Winter Quarter Dean’s List. Nearly 390 Dunwoody students achieved a 3.5 grade point average or higher to qualify for inclusion on the Dean’s List. Joseph Ackerman, HVAC Systems Servicing Roger Albrecht, Computer Networking Technician Bakri Ali, Applied Management Brian Anderson, Electrical Construction & […]
Dunwoody College’s robot, Rugburn, placed second out of eleven local robotics teams that competed Saturday, May 15 at the Mall of America in the Midwest Robotics League (MRL) Regional Competition. Rugburn advances to the nationals which will be held in conjunction with the SkillsUSA Nationals in Kansas City, Missouri on June 21 through 23. For […]