DCTC will hold this year's commencement ceremony at Grace Church in Eden Prairie, Minn. This annual event honors those students who have completed their program of study and are ready to begin a new career or continue their education.
Congratulations on going the distance and becoming a college graduate. Complete the Online Graduation Application to make sure all your academic requirements have been met.
Tuesday, March 3, 2015 | Central Commons | 3:30 - 5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, March 4, 2015 | Central Commons | 11 - 2 p.m.
Attend the Grad Fair for all your graduation needs. Pick up applications for graduation, ceremony photography information, maps and directions, Phi Theta Kappa regalia, graduation gifts and accessories and job placement information.
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The Center for Experiential Learning works with you in partnership with your faculty by providing opportunities for you to apply classroom learning to real world settings. Our core areas of service are Career Services and Community Based Learning.
The employment workshops listed below are offered by the The Center for Experiential Learning to help prepare for your job search. For more information about these workshops, contact email@example.com or 651-423-8674.
Get employers' attention by highlighting the experiences and knowledge you bring to the table. Learn how to effectively capture your education and work experiences and communicate your qualifications.
Learn how to develop your online profile and get noticed. According to career strategists more and more human resource personnel are using LinkedIn to recruit and screen job candidates. Free head shots for LinkedIn profiles will be taken.
A study released by the Association of American Colleges and Universities reported that 93% of employers value the soft-skills of potential employees over their undergraduate majors – and another survey showed that 40% of employers think that high school graduates LACK these soft-skills. But what ARE soft-skills – and how can you attain them? Come to this session to learn about the soft-skills employers look for – and ideas for how you can master them!
Whether you are new to the work world or looking to be promoted, a proper understanding of business etiquette can move you up the ladder. One of the important skills you should master is the ability to act appropriately in a business lunch setting. A business lunch refers to any lunch you have with a boss, client or coworker. Etiquette Consultants Sally Berkholder and Julie Walsh will cover the basics of proper business lunch etiquette.
Lack of preparation is the number one reason people are nervous in interviews. Learn the steps it takes to be prepared to meet the employer's expectations and get a job offer.
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