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  • Internship Program Paving the Way for Nine Students Specializing in Electroplating at the Depot

    Pathways Internship Program Focuses on DMC Electroplating Training for New CCAD Hires Melinda Eddleman The partnership between Del Mar College and the Corpus Christi Army Depot to develop the Pathways Internship Program now provides a new career path for nine individuals hired by the Depot and now receiving in

    Internet Safety Critical When Scammers On The Prowl

    Associate Professor Makes Case for Internet Safety During Cyber Security Month Kenny Ryan Goblins, witches and zombies aren’t the only reason October can be a scary month. Scammers, viruses and other cyber threats are on the prowl, too. That’s why Dr. David A. Abarca, associate professor of computer science wi

    Vocal Vikings Demonstrate Talent and Competitiveness as They Prepare for More Competition Later this Semester

    Vocal Vikings Complete First Tournament of Academic Year Rosa Linda Reynoso Recently, Del Mar College’s Vocal Vikings forensics team traveled to Tarrant County College Northeast (TCCN) in Fort Worth to compete in their first speech tournament for this academic year. The team won Second Place Individual Events

    Blue and Silver Spectacular Award Honorees Selected for Their Stellar Support of DMC and Students

    Ticket Sales and Sponsorships Still Available for 2014 Blue and Silver Spectacular Awards Event on October 28 Rosa Linda Reynoso For a second time, the Del Mar College Vikings Alumni Association will recognize individuals’ stellar support for the College, its students and the community. Formerly known as the W

    Truck Driving Program Retrofits Cab to Serve as Mobile Classroom

    Confiscated Big Rig Gets New Life as Training Equipment for Truck Driving Students Melinda Eddleman Second chances mean new beginnings in most circumstances … even for a 2000 Kenworth T2000 big rig once used to transport contraband into Texas. The Kingsville Specialized Crimes & Narcotics Task Force donate

    Guest Pianist Bringing International Experience for Engaging Concert

    Guest Pianist Performing Works by Russian Composers Rachmaninoff, Kapustin and Mussorgsky October 3 Rosa Linda Reynoso A native of Taiwan, pianist Dr. Yu-Chi Tai made her first orchestral debut in 1994 with the Tainan City Youth Symphony Orchestra in Taiwan, performing Beethoven’s Piano Concerto No. 1, Op. 15.

    THC Workshop Providing Hands On Training to Conduct and Record Oral Histories

    Texas Historical Commission Holding Cold War Oral History Workshop October 4 College Relations On Saturday, Oct. 4, the Texas Historical Commission will co-host a free oral history training workshop at Del Mar College’s Center for Economic Development as part of their workshop series “When the Lone Star State

    Del Mar College Programs Participating During September 27 Health Fair

    Sixth Annual Community Health Fair Set for This Saturday on West Campus College Relations Organizers with the local chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAAC) and League of United Latin American Citizens (LULAC) Council #1 will hold their Sixth Annual Health Fair on Del Ma

    Fast Track Information Technology Program Starting Up Again in October

    Take a BYTE Out of Technology Education with Fast Track Program for High Demand Information Technology Jobs Melinda Eddleman Del Mar College coordinators for the Computer Science (CS) / Geographic Information Systems (GIS) / Information Technology (IT) fast track program continue to offer residents the opportu

    Chamber Orchestra Welcomes Families for Opportunity to Expose Youth to World of Music

    DMC Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra Opening Concert Season on September 28 Rosa Linda Reynoso The Del Mar College Music Department’s Corpus Christi Chamber Orchestra will kick off their 2014-2015 concert season on Sept. 28 with a performance that even families with young children are encouraged to attend. The

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