Adyson Jelleberg has found a home away from home at Minot State University after transferring from Dakota College at Bottineau.
“I am a transfer student, but it truly doesn’t feel that way. I am from Bottineau, North Dakota which is only about an hour and 15 minutes away from Minot,” she said. “I was born and raised in Bottineau and went to school at Bottineau Public School grades K-12.”
Jon Beyer is a fifth generation Bottineau resident who started his impressive career at the local electrical cooperative by mowing lawns and washing cars when he was a junior in high school. After his senior year at Bottineau High School, he decided to stay local while he pursued high education and figured out what he wanted to do with his life. In 2006, he graduated with an associate degree in Marketing and Management from Minot State University-Bottineau, now known as Dakota College at Bottineau.
Jay Pringle has his future mapped out. The Boissevain, Manitoba, Canada, resident is navigating that future with degrees from Dakota College at Bottineau. Pringle is currently completing an electrical apprenticeship on his way to earn a journeyman ticket. He started with a high school apprenticeship then returned to work with the same employer after three years at DCB. One day he plans to run his own business, where he’ll put his degrees in advertising and marketing and small business management to work.