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Higher Education That Actually Gets You Hired
Higher Education That Actually Gets You Hired

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Do you have a passion to help people and work in the medical field? If so, have you considered studying Invasive Cardiovascular Technology?
http://blog.dcccd.edu/2018/04/invasive-cardiovascular-technology-the-heart-of-the-matter/
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Starting April 3, students will have access to a clear, concise map that takes them through each step of their college journey and helps them smoothly transition to a four-year school or enter the job market. We're calling it a guided pathway.
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Love Mother Earth and want a chance to earn some extra credit? We've got the perfect opportunity for you. DCCCD will present the Sustainable U exhibit at EarthX April 20-22 at the Fair Park, and we're looking for volunteers.
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Are you trained in an allied health or other health care career field and looking for work? DCCCD’s Health Careers Resource Center has the event for you!
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Did you know you can text DCCCD Police in case of an emergency? Students and employees who are hearing-impaired can text their college or location police at 972-860-4290. Police dispatch will answer you by text.
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Keith Baker, Mortgage Banking Program coordinator and faculty at North Lake College, says he’s not surprised that Gen Y makes the most sight-unseen offers.

“They are more comfortable with the technology that allows this new trend to exist,” says Baker. “They rely on 3-D video tours and online photos of properties. And FaceTime, Google Hangouts, Skype and other programs make it possible for them to be as close to being there in person as possible.”
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For community colleges across Texas, success isn’t always measured by how many degrees they give out at the end of the school year. Often, it’s measured by a school’s economic impact on the community it educates. That’s why some local colleges have refocused their efforts on preparing graduates for higher-paying jobs with work-skills training.
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Think you might be interested in acquiring the skills needed to take on one of the best construction jobs of 2018? We’re here to help with a break down of jobs, salaries, expected employment growth and ways you can get those skills at the colleges of DCCCD.
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The funds from this grant — along with multiple partnerships with employers in Dallas, Richardson and Garland — would equip Richland College with the tools and technology needed to train local veterans and others seeking to enter or re-enter the high-demand technology job market. In turn, local companies would receive qualified employees ready for immediate employment and trained on industry-recognized equipment.
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Are you planning to take classes at DCCCD in fall 2018? If so, you should definitely make sure to fill out a myScholarships application through the DCCCD Foundation — you could potentially earn thousands of dollars to help pay for your college education.
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