February 25, 2020
Lake Superior College dominating local and state headlines!
LSC's manufacturing program and related bonding request has been featured in the Star Tribune and Duluth News Tribune this past week, and will be featured on WDIO tonight. There was also an article in the Duluth News Tribune yesterday highlighting the free welding classes for high school students offered in partnership between LSC and Altec.
Student Art Club Throw-a-thon Makes Bowls for Second Harvest North Central Food Bank

Students and area artists joined forces last weekend to create hundreds of bowls to be used in a fall fundraising event in Grand Rapids for the Second Harvest North Central Food Bank. Organized by the LSC Student Art Club, the volunteer event has been held at Lake Superior College for more than twenty years, helping support regional food shelves.
Fantastic conversations and positive energy at Minnesota State Day at Capitol

Lake Superior College President Rogers and VP Fanning spoke with Governor Walz, dozens of legislators, and colleagues from throughout the Minnesota State system about the importance of LSC’s manufacturing workforce bonding request for our community, region and state, as well as the importance of keeping tuition affordable, Higher Education Asset Preservation and Replacement (HEAPR) funding and other legislative priorities.
Intercultural Center Celebrates Black History Month with Own Mine Artists

LSC's Intercultural Center presented "Own Mine," a hip hop cypher spoken word and music performance that featured after-performance interviews led by host Sandra Oyinloye with artists Royalty, Young Casper, UrkelX, Di Jay, Jaygee and Seyi. The group was featured in the Duluth News Tribune.
Lake Superior College Foundation Awards Four Machine Tech Students with Toolbox Scholarships Worth Over $1,500

The LSC Foundation teamed up with LSC instructor Max Udovich and members of the Arrowhead Manufacturers & Fabricators Association (AMFA) to offer these deserving students toolboxes filled with needed equipment worth over $1,500 each. The students are able to use the equipment immediately and, upon successful completion of the program, will be able to keep the toolboxes and tools. We are grateful for the generous support and contributions from community and industry partners who help make this student support possible. Thank you!
What a Week In Media Coverage for LSC:

  • As manufacturing workforce retires, Lake Superior College provides pipeline of talent in Duluth News Tribune.

  • Fire tech program alum Cam Kalan joins Superior Fire Department in Superior Telegram.

  • Lake Superior College hosts cybersecurity worskhop on HowieBlog and B105.

  • Throw-a-thon Begins in Duluth on Fox21.

  • Lake Superior College looking to move it's growing manufacturing campus in Star Tribune.

Upcoming Events and
Campus Updates

  • A free Cyber Girls workshop for girls in grades 5-12 will be held on Friday, March 20 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. with a pizza lunch included. Register online or contact Vickie McLain, (218) 733-7763 or Paul Fye, (218) 733-7666 for more information.

  • Aviation Career Night will be held Friday, March 27 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. at LSC's Center for Advanced Aviation.
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