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Lauretta Hill

​Lauretta Hill joins DCCCD after having shattered a number of glass ceilings in law enforcement.

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​Students train in a realistic studio environment where they learn how to use professional-grade equipment as well as how to be resourceful.

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​Andrew Ydoyaga launched a nonprofit that donates unused gift card balances to charities.

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​The colleges will gather comments about the law and its upcoming implementation on two-year college campuses from students, employees and community members.

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​Starting in January, eligible credit and continuing education students can obtain a free DART Student GoPass — saving them money and helping our environment.

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​A pilot program for the Accelerated Supervisor Certificate produced 27 expected December graduates.

Annette LeVine

​DART employee Annette LeVine hopes the online program will improve her odds of meeting her career goals.

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​The college inducted more than 30 students into Alpha Beta Gamma International Business Honor Society, the largest group to date for North Lake’s chapter.

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​Meet a class of older adults — with an average age of 84 — who stay fit and healthy thanks to a twice-weekly exercise class at Richland College.

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​Consider the impact of a pet on the whole family and avoid giving one as a “gift,” advises Brookhaven College child development professor Johnny Castro.

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​Future journalists enrolled at Brookhaven, Eastfield, North Lake and Richland colleges took home awards from recent conventions.

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​A few tips from Jason Alvarado, Richland College digital forensics lead faculty, and the Federal Trade Commission can help keep you safe.

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​With about 30 game companies in the Dallas-Fort Worth area, Richland College game design students have plenty of employment opportunities.

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​A new training agreement among North Lake College, Nokia and Premcell Global will prepare workers for jobs involving cellular global networks.

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​Professors incorporate lessons on communication, critical thinking and other soft skills alongside industry-specific training.

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Many student veterans we spoke to on campuses of Dallas County Community College District want to give back to the community and help other veterans.

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Four program alums were honored during a Celebration of Success ceremony as the Dallas-Fort Worth area 10KSB prepares to launch its eighth class.​

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​El Centro, Mountain View and Eastfield colleges offer welding classes for students interested in this “hot” career.

Dr. Suryakant Desai

​The Texas Society of CPAs honored Dr. Suryakant Desai as the state’s top community college educator.

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​The faculty of El Centro College’s new dental hygiene program have Halloween-friendly tips to share.

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​Students in grades 6 through 12 and their parents are invited to attend the Keys to Success/Las Llaves del Éxito college fair on Saturday, Oct. 29.

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​Employers need trained technicians who understand today’s complex automotive systems.

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​The college won the AASHE Campus Sustainability Achievement Award as well as the AACC Green Genome Award.

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​The college district and school district unveiled the industry partners for the eight new collegiate academies at a special event.

Steve DeShazo

​Steve DeShazo, director of the Food and Hospitality Institute at ECC, received the honor from the Dallas chapter of the Texas Chef Association.

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​The project aims to raise awareness of children who become victims of human sex trafficking.

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​Keaton (Shae) Johnston and Ojaswee Giri received full-tuition scholarships to attend SMU for up to five terms.

Mike Bogle

​Cedar Valley College music instructor Mike Bogle has been named a quarterfinalist for next year’s Grammy Music Educator Award.

Jermetra Allmon

​By studying fashion marketing at El Centro College or business marketing at Cedar Valley College, students open doors to a variety of positions with good wages.

​The district has compiled and placed information for former ITT Tech students at dcccd.edu/ITT. The page contains a list of people from DCCCD’s seven colleges who can help them with their questions and possible transition to the district.

Isaac Faz

​DCCCD's Faz is among 55 new members of Leadership Dallas who begin a 10-month education program that develops their leadership capabilities as they build relationships with classmates and community leaders. 

​When Mountain View College students Emmanuel Ayorinde and JaMein Mason won an “Award of Recognition” for their work during a summer internship at Los Alamos National Laboratory, they had a good reason to be surprised and elated.

The DCCCD tax rate will effectively be raised by 7.37 percent and will raise taxes on a $100,000 home by approximately $0.00.

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See information about property tax rates and related hearings that were held Aug. 16 and Aug. 23 for residents of Dallas County.
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The DCCCD Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing for the purposes of adopting a budget on Sept. 6, 2016.
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​Read some quick facts about DCCCD's 2016-2017 budget.

Doris Rousey

​Doris Rousey, director of strategic initiatives for DCCCD, will be honored with the award from the North Texas Community College Consortium.

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​DCCCD students can transfer to Texas Tech and either fast-track to a teaching career or pursue a bachelor’s degree in nursing, thanks to recent transfer agreements signed by both institutions.

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