The Dakota College at Bottineau Leaderjacks promotes leadership through community service. The Leaderjacks assisted the Minot Rotary Club in a fund raiser, by assembling 230 rose bouquets on Wednesday, October 28th in Minot.
Learn.org has recognized the Online Education Paraprofessional Certification Program at Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) eighth nationally. The best schools for online education paraprofessional programs were ranked on admission requirements, program flexibility, cost and program length.
Yesterday the Governor’s Office announced that the Covid-19 risk level for Bottineau County is changing from the moderate risk category to the high-risk category, effective Friday, October 16. Considering this change in the county’s status, the Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) Re-start Team met to discuss appropriate actions to be taken on campus to address this heightened concern. The team determined that the change in Bottineau County’s risk level warranted an increase DCB’s risk level from low to moderate. It is important to note that the Covid-19 contact tracing status at DCB has not changed appreciably from past weeks. The change in DCB’s risk level essentially reflects a heightened concern in the surrounding community.
The ND Career Builders program received a $25,000 grant from Microsoft to promote enrollment in computer and information sciences and support services programs of study. Based on the current high-need and emerging occupations, Dakota College at Bottineau (Dakota College) has degrees or certificates that qualify a student.
It has been a bountiful harvest for the Entrepreneurial Center for Horticultural (ECH) at Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB). Optimistic planning started spring 2020 to plant pumpkins in the campus gardens with hopes of Bottineau Public School students getting to pick a pumpkin after coming on a field trips to learn about food production. Unfortunately, field trips were yet another thing that had to be cancelled due to the pandemic. BUT not all the fun has been cancelled!
Entrepreneurial Center for Horticulture (ECH) at Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) has received a funding opportunity in the amount of $48,675.00 from United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for outreach, education and technical assistance for beginning producers in North Dakota. This is a portion of the grant investments of more than $53 million across three unique programs for U.S. farmers, ranchers, and military veterans to support American agriculture.