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Take the First Step Toward a Brighter Future - Attend Open House Dec. 13

Success means something different to everyone. Western Dakota Tech believes in the power of potential. Western Dakota Tech can help students grow, develop their skills, and prepare them to enter the professional world work-ready.

To learn more about what Western Dakota Tech has to offer, plan to attend an upcoming Open House from 5:30 - 7 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 13, at Western Dakota Tech. Western Dakota Tech is located at 800 Mickelson Dr.




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Dual Enrollment Information Night Set for Dec. 6

Did you know area high school students can get a jump-start on college general courses or start a specific college program for free, or at a reduced cost, at Western Dakota Tech? To learn more, attend Dual Enrollment Information Night at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 6, at Western Dakota Tech.


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Western Dakota Tech student publishes paranormal novel

Western Dakota Tech student, Cami Kuipers, will host a local author meet and greet from 12:00-3:00 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 19, at the Western Dakota Tech Library. The event will promote Kuipers newly-published novel, Mark of the Dagger.

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Support Cyber Security with Pie

The Computer Networking Club will be hosting a Perkin's Pies & Schwan's Cares to help fund their attendance at a cyber security defense competition.

CCDC is a two-day Network Security event. This is the first competition that specifically focuses on the operational aspect of managing, securing, and defending a "commercial" network infrastructure. Students get a chance to test their knowledge by building, protecting, and maintaining a realistic network and operations environment.



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Students gain skills and history through generous donation

Laughter breaks free among the group of excited voices flipping through family photo albums. Students intently listen with wonder as they hear the history of Larry J. Croft and “Mouse”, his pristinely-kept 1996 Freightliner semi-truck.

This was the scene in the new Transportation Technology Lab at Western Dakota Tech as students met the family who donated the entire Freightliner semi-truck to the college last month.


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