News & Events
As the nation celebrated National Volunteer Week in April, Delaware Technical Community College continues to celebrate its year-long 50th anniversary through volunteerism – “Delivering Excellence, Changing Lives” through service to others.
GEORGETOWN – Photography, video, creative writing and graphic design converge for the second annual Multimedia Art Showcase at the Milton Theatre on Wednesday, April 27, from 6:30-8 p.m.
STANTON - You may notice something a little different when you walk through the Student Affairs hallways at the Stanton and George Campuses. “Safe Zone” stickers adorn the doors of several academic counselors and other staff members.
COLLEGEWIDE - Seventeen participants representing all four campuses of Delaware Technical Community College took part in the 3rd Annual Learning Communities Summer Institute, July 28 through Aug. 1 at the Terry Campus in Dover.
Delaware Technical Community College announced today that Dr. Mark T. Brainard has been named the college’s fifth president, effective August 4, 2014. He succeeds Dr. Orlando J. George, Jr. who retired on June 30 after serving 19 years as president of the college.
On June 9, a tribute event in honor of retiring Delaware Technical Community College President Dr. Orlando J. George, Jr. netted $154,378 for student scholarships. The event, held at the Chase Center on the Riverfront in Wilmington, celebrated Dr. George’s 45 years of service to the College.
GEORGETOWN – Congressman John Carney held a series of events and meetings with Delaware’s manufacturing community in an effort to gather ideas for legislative proposals that would bring more manufacturing jobs to Delaware, and better prepare job-seekers to obtain manufacturing jobs that are curre
GEORGETOWN- Mary S. Bailey of Milton and Heather A. Block of Lewes were honored at the 20th annual Women’s Day Celebration on Wednesday, May 28 at Heritage Shores in Bridgeville. This event, which is hosted by Delaware Technical Community College and the Owens Campus Alumni Association, highlights the achievements of exemplary women and benefits the Alumni Association Scholarship Fund.
STANTON/WILMINGTON - When eight students from John Dickinson and Thomas McKean high schools entered a pilot program with Delaware Tech during the 2012-2013 school year, none of them had clear plans for the future.
STANTON – Governor Jack Markell paid a visit to Delaware Tech’s Innovation and Technology Center (ITC) on Tuesday, May 27, to tour a high school program aimed at training the next generation of Delaware manufacturing workers.
Cassidy honored as On-Site Professional of the Year
GEORGETOWN – Delaware Rural Water Association’s Robert Slater, of Bridgeville, was named the 2013 Water Operator of the Year, and the City of Seaford’s Brian Murphy, of Seaford, was named the 2013 Wastewater Operator of the Year at the 2014 Operator of the Year Ceremony on May 8 at Delaware Technical Community College’s Owens Campus.
GEORGETOWN - Ralph “Butch” Lee, former custodian and bookstore clerk for Delaware Technical Community College, was inducted in the Owens Campus Hall of Fame on Friday, April 4, 2014.
NEWARK – The Delaware Tech women’s basketball team at the Stanton/Wilmington Campus has made strides toward building an exciting team for the 2014-2015 season with six Delaware high school grads signing letters of intent recently.
The six recruits are: