The Dakota College at Bottineau Leaderjacks promotes leadership through community service. The Leaderjacks assisted the Minot Rotary Club in a fund raiser on Wednesday, October 23rd in Minot.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) is excited to announce a new health care program in Diagnostic Medical Sonography (DMS) also known as ultrasound technology. This program will be offered in Minot in collaboration with Trinity Health. Currently, DCB offers an associate degree in Paramedic Technology and certificate and associate degree program in nursing to student in Minot. DCB also offers online allied health programs in Medical Administrative Assistant, Medical Coding and Medical Assistant.
At the end of September, students from Williston State College’s Agriculture program, joined by Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) and Dickinson State University (DSU) students, attended a two-day range tour across western and central North Dakota.
A third Little Free Library sponsored by Dakota College at Bottineau was recently installed by the Gazebo at 5th and Main, north of Bottineau Pharmacy RX, Coffee & Gift Shop. The two other Little Free Libraries were installed at Tommy Turtle Park and Forestry Park in August of 2016.
Dakota College at Bottineau offers a leadership course to students promoting leadership through community service. The group “Leaderjacks” meets once a month to discuss and learn about giving back to their community.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) has been awarded a local community grant through an open application process from Walmart and Sam’s Club facilities, “Walmart Community Grant”. As a nonprofit college, DCB benefited directly from Bottineau’s Walmart store at the local level. By receiving this grant, DCB is part of a long history of Walmart’s commitment to giving back to the communities where they operate.
Since 1982 Dakota College at Bottineau Alumni Association has hosted an Awards Recognition banquet which honors athletes, students, supportive community members and alumni. The DCB Alumni accepts nominations for Golden Service Award, Friend of the College, and Young Alumnus annually. The Alumni Association and Lumberjack Athletic Hall of Fame recipients will be acknowledged at the Awards Recognition Banquet, Friday, October 11 in the Alumni Center at Thatcher Hall. The award recipients and guests have been contacted by special invite.
The Dakota College at Bottineau Foundation has awarded eight students with the Elmer C. Lindberg Nursing Scholarship this academic year. Elmer Lindberg established an endowment to provide healthcare scholarships in May of 1995, to honor the excellent care his wife Bernice received from the local healthcare facilities before her death.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) has received a funding opportunity in the amount of $341,784.00 from United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) for implementation of NRCS conservation practices in small-scale farms in North Dakota.
Dakota College at Bottineau (DCB) has hired four new instructors; all the new faculty members received training at DCB’s fall in-service and are fitting into their positions nicely. Click here to read more about their personal backgrounds.