2013 NEWS

  November 20
MnSCU Adopts Bold Strategies for Increasing Access, Affordability, and Excellence
  September 19
Hennepin Tech Students Awarded Scholarships and Grants From I-Car Collision Repair Education Foundation
  August 18
Ribbon Cutting & Networking Event for Newly Remodeled Spaces on September 19th and 24th
  August 18
Hennepin County Sheriff's Conduct "active shooter" Training Scenarios at HTC
  June 26
Hennepin Tech has Frozen its tuition for 2 years
  June 27
HTC Online Courses Receive Quality Matters Program Seal of Approval
  June 5
HTC Fluid Power Students Receive 11 out of 18 Scholarships
  June 4
Gay Straight Alliance Receives Outstanding Student Organization Award
  May 22
Lisa Larson Named Acting President of North Hennepin Community College
  May 7
HTC Student wins "Student of the Year" in Photography Print Competition
  May 7
HTC Students' Film Named "Best Student Documentary" at International Film Festival
  May 6
Hennepin Technical College Economic Impact on the Community: $288 million
  April 30
AVI Systems awards seven $2,500 scholarships to Electronics Technology students

April 29
Professional Photography program hosts Portfolio Show on May 2, 2013


April 17
MnSCU Board of Trustees Names Four Educators of the Year: HTC's own Susan Thaemert is selected

  April 10
Skils USA Winners Announced
  April 5
Come visit the HTC Annual Plant Sale on May 9th, 10th or 11th. Brought to you by the Landscape and Horticulture program.
  April 1
Transportation Students Benefit from Blaine Brothers Donation
  March 26
General Mills Food Scientists get a Taste of Culinary Arts at Hennepin Technical College
  March 15
The HTC Foundation received a $15,000 grant from WCA  Foundation designated for practical nursing scholarships.
  February 28
HTC Announces New Pilot/Escort Driver Certification Training
  February 14
HTC receives $10,000 Diversity Mini-Grant from the Minnesota State College and Universities’ Office of Diversity and Equity
  January 30
Hennepin Technical College Announces AVI Systems Scholarships for Electronics Technology Students

January 20
Minneapolis paramedic trades in sirens for a Honda (Star Tribune)
In 2011, the nation's first [Community Paramedic] training program opened at Hennepin Technical College and Minnesota became the first state to adopt a formal certification program.


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