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New Tuition Program for Workforce Credentials

Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will be offering eligible residents new options for financial assistance for workforce training, Those seeking select industry credentials may apply for funding under new programs that were established by the state in 2016 to help with the shortage of qualified workers who have select high-demand industry credentials.

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  • Contact Us

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    DSLCC is a great place to call home and we want to show you why. On a visit to our campus you will have an opportunity to explore activities and programs by meeting faculty and staff and seeing the facilities where you will study, eat, and play.

    You will also get important information to help prepare to become a DSLCC Roadrunner. Please let us know when you want to visit and we will be in contact shortly to confirm your visit date and time.

    Contact:  Suzanne H. Ostling at (540) 863-2820 or sostling@dslcc.edu

  • 2017 DSLCC Summer Teacher Institute (Click Here)

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    The popular Summer Teacher Institute offered by Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will be held this year in June and July, with a dozen courses on the schedule. The first classes begin June 12.

    Currently employed teachers may select courses to gain new skills or earn credits to satisfy requirements for recertification.  Individuals planning to become teachers, or have a desire to study selected specialized topics, are invited to enroll in these courses on a space-available basis.

    The classes include a wide variety of topics related to the fields of education and educational technology, including “Incorporating STEM/STEAM in Your Classroom”, “Accurate, Engaging History”, and “The ABC’s of Behavior”, among other topics.

    The success of the Summer Teacher Institute is well-documented, with many teachers enrolling year after year. The format is very popular; most of the courses are held for two or four days, leaving most of the summer free for other professional and personal pursuits.  Commenting on the Institute, Dr. Rainone, DSLCC President, points out that new technologies continue to emerge for classroom applications and feels that the College should be a prime resource for teachers who wish to integrate these technologies into their lesson plans.

    “DSLCC selects very qualified, experienced instructors to teach the Summer Institute courses, bringing a breadth and depth of practical experience to the experience,” he noted. “Most importantly, the students in local school systems benefit and are able to enjoy new ways in which to learn and retain knowledge and skills as they advance through the school year.”

    For information about Institute openings still available in each course and the process to register for specific topics, contact Robin Jennings at 540-863-2899 or email her at rjennings@dslcc.edu.   The classes will be held on the Clifton Forge campus and at the DSLCC Rockbridge Regional Center on Vista Links Drive in Buena Vista.

    Click Here for Class Listings: 2017 Summer Teacher Institute

  • New Tuition Program for Workforce Credentials

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    Dabney S. Lancaster Community College will be offering eligible residents new options for financial assistance for workforce training, Those seeking select industry credentials may apply for funding under new programs that were established by the state in 2016 to help with the shortage of qualified workers who have select high-demand industry credentials.

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DSLCC Alumni Award

2017 DSLCC Alumni Award

May 18, 2017

Steven Leitch of Leesburg, a native of Clifton Forge and a 1989 graduate of Dabney S. Lancaster Community College, was  honored as the first recipient of the Distinguished Alumni Award during the 50th annual DSLCC commencement exercises held May 12 on the Clifton Forge campus. Leitch joined Berkeley Point Capital, one of the nation’s leading providers of multifamily capital solutions, in 1993. He was originally hired as an analyst in the …

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