In this episode of Citizen Lane, Sandy and and Sanny from TPT - PBS uncover why more and more students are seeking degrees at 2 year colleges (including PTCC) versus 4 year.
Campus will be closed December 25th and January 1st.
Pine Technical & Community College honor staff and faculty for their years of service. In the first row, from left to right, is Jodie Hochstatter, Business Services, 5 years; Jennifer Baker-Jones, Academic and Student Affairs, 5 years; Leslie Price, Employment and Training Services, 5 years; Maria Engen, Employment and Training Services, 5 years and Melissa Felland, Early child Development faculty, 15 years. In the second row is Tim Soderbeck, Information Technology, 5 years; Gavin House, Business faculty, 5 years and President Joe Mulford. Not pictured: James Ascheman, Automotive Technology faculty, 30 years; Teri Collins, Employment and Training Services, 30 years; Jane Robbins, Continuing Education and Customized Training, 30 years; Tim Jewell, Information Technology, 5 years; Kevin Muramatsu, Gunsmithing and Firearms Technology faculty, 5 years; Jennifer Peterson, Child Care Aware, 5 years and Annette Weaver, Child Care Aware, 5 years.
Pine Technical & Community College is pleased to welcome new members to the team. Pictured left to right is President Joe Mulford; Kierstan Peck, director of student success; Darren Lund, manufacturing lab assistant; Chris Keeler, gunsmithing and firearms technology faculty; Doug Wickstrom, automated systems and mechatronics faculty; Adam Bezdicek, librarian; and Max Anderson, recruitment and admissions specialist. Not pictured are Shelly Kunz, professional development advisor; Shawn Reynolds, director of student affairs; Annette Weaver, professional development advisor and Janis Wegner, chief information officer.