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Taxpayers - as well as members of the business community - are invited to a presentation by DCCCD's chancellor, Dr. Jesus "Jess" Carreon, and a discussion during a "Conversation with the Community" scheduled four times in January at various locations throughout the county.
Le invitamos a participar en la "Plática con la Comunidad" sobre Dallas County Community College District y su plan maestro de desarrollo de las instalaciones. Usted puede acudir a una o varias de las siguientes reuniones.
Dallas oil magnate and World War II pilot Ellison Miles had achieved national recognition as one of the leading contributors of community colleges through his multi-million-dollar contributions to the Dallas County College District Foundation. Sadly, the foundation now will bid farewell to its biggest benefactor and long-time friend following his death last week.
Celebrating learning and literacy has been the driving force behind the citywide African American Read-In presented by the Dallas County Community College District.
"Modern" or "new" is a relative term on the ancient isles of Greece. For instance: the "modern" Olympics were revived in Athens in 1896.
Exploring a family tree can be enlightening, fun and sobering. Exploring the family history of African American literature has become a Dallas event each year, with the help of authors, playwrights, actors and the Dallas County Community College District.
Be a tekkie! Better yet...be a part of the solution in the high tech work force, earn more money and start a career by attending a special program presented by the Dallas County Community College District.
Colorful Texas wildcatter Ellison Miles, who literally changed the landscape of Wise County decades ago and brought prosperity to the region, wore many hats during his life.
They study, they write; they sing, paint and sculpt. They also have jobs, commute and face the challenges of daily life.
Dallas County voters overwhelming approved a multi-million-dollar bond package for the Dallas County Community College District on May 15, and two new trustees were elected.
Each of the seven campuses in the Dallas County Community College District will serve as early voting sites for the joint election scheduled on Sat., May 15.
The "best of the best," representing employees of the Dallas County Community College District, were recognized during a spring ceremony at Fair Park recently.
Following a national search for the next president of Mountain View College, the names of three finalists have been announced by Dr. Jesus "Jess" Carreon, chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District.
The Dallas County Community College District is teaming up with the office of Congressman Martin Frost to present a one-day program to make students and parents more aware of programs that can make college more affordable.
DCCCD students in the Rising Star program know they can earn their degree or program certificate without the burden of tuition and books because of the generosity of others.
Most Americans have seen war on television; Djurdjijana Bura has lived it.
Mountain View College student Raul Magdaleno though he had hit the jackpot when he received the Erin Tierney Kramp Encouragement Scholarship from the Dallas County Community College District.
Dr. Jesus "Jess" Carreon, chancellor of the Dallas County Community College District, has announced the appointment of Felix A. Zamora as the new president of Mountain View College, effective July 1.
DCCCD is shifting its advertising focus to an image campaign that emphasizes the quality reflected in the academic experience that students receive in a community college classroom, explains Claudia Robinson, DCCCD director of Marketing and Communications.
Six Dallas-area residents will attend schools in the Dallas County Community College District during the 2004-2005 academic year, thanks to the support of the late Dallas business and civic leader Reece A. Overcash.
What better way to get young boys hooked on books than to give them something worthwhile to read as they wait for their turn in the barber's chair?
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Dallas County Community Colleges will invest in the future of south Dallas by centralizing its administrative/system offices in new facilities at 1300 Corinth St. over the next two years.