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Dunwoody College is named to Military Friendly Schools list

Dunwoody College of Technology was named to the Military Friendly Schools list by Victory Media, a company who focuses on military personnel transitioning into civilian life. The 2013 Military Friendly Schools list honors the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, […]

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Robert Weckwerth receives Student Leadership Award from Alumni Board of Managers

To say Robert “Bobby” Weckwerth, 50, of Ham Lake, is a leader is an understatement. In addition to receiving various honors during his 25 years in the military—retiring a Master Sergeant, being a volunteer fireman for more than 17 years and working as a commercial carpenter for the past 24 years, on July 25 Weckwerth […]

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Dunnwoody’s TTEN students celebrate their success

In February the Dunwoody College of Technology TTEN (Toyota Technical Education Network) program was recognized as No. 2 among 54 TTEN schools nationwide.
Such an accomplishment is worth celebrating, and Toyota made it easy by providing funds for 32 Dunwoody students, alumni and staff members to spend the afternoon of June 14 racing go-carts at Stockholm Motorsports Park in Cokato as well as lunching on catered food from Famous Dave’s.

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DUNWOODY COLLEGE APPROVED TO OFFER BACHELOR’S COMPLETION PROGRAM IN CONSTRUCTION LEADERSHIP & MANAGEMENT

Dunwoody College of Technology has been approved to offer a bachelor’s completion degree in Construction Leadership & Management.

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Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. receives award from ATEA

The American Technical Educators Association (ATEA) honored Toyota Motor Sales U.S.A. with is Silver Award for Excellence at its March 21, 2012, annual conference. The award recognizes Toyota’s commitment to technical education through its’ Technician Training Education Network (T-TEN). Dunwoody College, which is a T-TEN site, nominated Toyota for the award. T-TEN supports participating schools […]

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Midwest Robotics League regional championship May 19-20 at MOA

WHAT: Teams pit 15lb robots against each other in head-to-head matches in an arena. The match lasts 3 minutes or until one robot is knocked out or taps out. The competition is double elimination. The audience will have opportunities to interact with the robots throughout the weekend. The competition will include the reigning NRL National […]

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American Technical Education Association national office to be housed at Dunwoody College

The American Technical Education Association (ATEA) has officially relocated its national office to Dunwoody College of Technology. Dr. Sandra Krebsbach has been hired as the new executive director of ATEA.

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Senator Franken visit Right Skills Now

Minnesota Senator Al Franken visits Dunwoody’s fast-track CNC operator training program Right Skills Now.