Now Hiring: Dallas County Community College District Offering Free Job Skills ProgramsUnemployment numbers are staggering and economic experts say the trend will continue before the coronavirus pandemic is over.
Returning After COVID-19, Dallas County Community Colleges Will Continue Virtual Classes Through FallWith its 140,000 students already living at home -- Dallas County Community College leaders decide the safest path is to have them continue to learn there, as well.
DCCCD Extends Spring Break Through March, Then Returns With Online-Only ClassesThe Dallas County Community College District is joining a number of other campuses in North Texas and is extending spring break because of concerns over the new coronavirus.
7 Dallas County Community Colleges Consolidate Into Single InstitutionThe Dallas County Community College District has consolidated its seven colleges into a single institution in an effort to fix structural issues with the previous system that caused about 1,300 students to not receive their degrees.
Former Chancellor Of Dallas County Community College Dr. Wright Lassiter Jr. Passes Away At 85Dr. Lassiter was appointed chancellor in 2007 after serving as president of El Centro College for 20 years.
Idea Proposed To Lure Amazon's HQ2 Being Pursued By Dallas County Community College District To Develop Workforce PipelineOn Saturday, voters approved a $1.1 billion bond package for DCCCD that will not include money for the programs to create a high tech workforce but also a new El Centro College campus in downtown Dallas.
Dallas County Community College District Hosting Forums On Campus CarryThe Dallas County Community College District wants everyone on the same page when it comes to the concealed campus carry law which goes into effect on for community colleges on August 1.
Dallas Research Doctor Advises To Follow Your Passion"When things get tough, sometimes the only thing that might get you through it is to know that you had a goal and a vision, and you need to finish it," encourages Dr. Hinshelwood.
Dallas Community College Official Says Higher Education Equips StudentsAnita Gordy-Watkins, Associate Vice Chancellor of Global Economic Development, encourages students to pursue higher education.
IT Ranks Fourth In Top 10 College Majors And Career ChoicesThe starting salary for those with a bachelor’s degree is $49,900 for computer systems analysts; the median salary for that position is $79,680. Those with a master’s degree are considered to be in a better position for jobs as computer and information research scientists.
Dallas Businessman Uses Educational Technology To Design Online ProgramDaniel Ibarrondo is a living example of how advanced degrees can lead you to success in any career path you choose.
Advanced Degree Makes Students More 'Marketable,' Suggest Dallas College DeanMaking the decision to return to school is one of the best decisions one can make, says Ruben Johnson - executive dean of the Business and Technology Division at Cedar Valley College.
Dallas Flight Attendant Returns To School To Pursue A Career In TechnologyCraig Hicks, Solution Manager for Sabre AirVision In-flight Onboard Catering and Provisions, says an advanced degree can open a world of opportunities.
Learning About The Past Brings The Future Into View For One Dallas HistorianMatt Hinckley was destined to be a history professor, and according to him, the benefits of an advanced degree go way beyond the pay.
Eastfield College Professor Reminds Dallas Students It Is Never Too Late To Go Back To SchoolYou can’t help getting older, but you can do something about growing more skilled, more educated or more competitive in the work marketplace.