To learn about upcoming events, view DCTC's event Calendar, Self-register for STUDENT_LIFE through D2L, or contact email@example.com.
Personal Development-Related Events
Introverts ARE leaders. This inspirational and practical presentation demonstrates how introverts can use their quiet strengths to conquer leadership challenges. Extroverts and “Ambiverts” will also learn how to expand their leadership skills. All audience members will learn to use their natural style and flex to others. Presented by author Dr. Jennifer B. Kahnweiler, this webinar will include a fireside chat with College President Michael Berndt exploring his leadership journey as an introvert.
Leading Your Way - Presented by Osiris Organization | Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for recording
This session will cover how to move forward leading in intentional ways without sacrificing one's self-identity. Contact Nicole.email@example.com for the recording.
What Can the Civil Rights Movement Teach Us about TLC: Teamwork, Leadership, and Communication | View recording (Available to watch until 4/24/2021)
Dr. Jermaine Davis discussed pivotal moments of the Civil Rights Movement, as well as demonstrate how the Civil Rights Movement can continue to influence and inspire change in 21st Century America. This event was sponsored by Inver Hills Community College.
Financial Management - Presented by Osiris Organization | View recording
Conversation on legit ways one can begin to work towards living the financial life one envisions once the degree is earned.
Let's Work on our Global Citizenship | Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for recording.
Join us for the Multicultural Student Leadership Association’s first event of the year! MSLA is here to enhance our cultural fluency to become better professionals in the 21st century, and form a community of learners ready to work together throughout the academic year. All students, staff, and faculty welcome! Contact email@example.com for recording.
Black History Month Conversation | View recording
Join the Multicultural Student Leadership Association for a conversation on Black History Month.
Do All Lives Matter? The Issues We Can No Longer Ignore and the Solutions We All Long For | View recording
The belief that all lives matter is at the heart of our founding documents--but we must admit that this conviction has never truly reflected reality in America. Movements such as Black Lives Matter have arisen in response to recent displays of violence and mistreatment, and some of us defensively answer back, "All lives matter." But do they? Really? Author and Pastor Wayne Perkins delves into history and current events, into Christian teaching and personal stories, in order to start a conversation about the way forward. His raw but hopeful words will help move us from apathy to empathy and from empathy to action. We cannot do everything. But we can each do something. This event is sponsored by Christians on Campus, and open to all.
Health & Wellness Related Events
The Bounce-Back Factor: Overcoming Obstacles to Achieve Success | View recording (Available to watch until 4/24/2021)
Dr. Jermaine Davis shared practical tips and ideas on how to how to adapt to the uncertainties of changes in life, school, and work. This event was sponsored by Inver Hills Community College.
Student Success / Other Events
How to Navigate DCTC Virtually | View recording
Learn about campus resources/services and how to access them virtually!
This session will provide an overview of the online tools you will use as a student, including D2L BrightSpace, Starfish, and e-Service, as well as information on Zoom and O365.
Learn tips and tricks to create strong study skills when taking fully online classes. Topics include: Creating a healthy work space, building your academic focus, how to talk with people in your home about respecting your class time, learning active study skills to increase retention.
Panel / Q&A Session with Students, Staff, & Faculty | View recording
Hear advice from students, staff, and faculty about being a successful student and navigating DCTC virtually.