News & Events
If it wasn’t for Delaware Tech, I’m not sure where I’d be.” It’s a common refrain among Delaware Tech students and graduates and one that is particularly relevant this year as the College celebrates an important milestone – its 50th anniversary.
Delaware Tech’s Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society chapter advisors met to renew collegewide efforts to enhance Phi Theta Kappa activities and initiatives. The campus chapters are collaborating to increase awareness of the honor society and its benefits and scholarships.
TechHire is a national initiative launched by the White House to address the over 500,000 jobs that are going unfilled in the IT industry.
A learning community is a combination of courses linked together around a common topic or theme with assignments that cut across courses. Students enrolled in the learning community all take the linked courses together – creating a community of learners.
STANTON/WILMINGTON - The group was led by Robert S. Weis, Program Coordinator of the Chemical Process Operator Program at Delaware Tech. Weis said the tour reinforced the technologies that the students were exposed to in class.
WILMINGTON – Delaware Technical Community College’s workforce training was highlighted at a news conference to promote getting Wilmingtonians back to work. The news conference was hosted by Wilmington City Council Member Darius Brown on December 12, 2013 at the City Hall building in Wilmington.
STANTON - Three Delaware Tech criminal justice majors from the Stanton Campus were recently awarded $500 scholarships by the Delaware Police Chiefs’ Foundation for essays highlighting the latest technological advances in policing.
Delaware Technical Community College’s Board of Trustees voted unanimously at its June 4, 2013 meeting to appoint Dr. Mark T. Brainard as executive vice president, a position established by the board in April as part of a presidential succession plan designed to prepare for the eventual retirement of long-standing College President, Dr. Orlando J. George, Jr. Upon Dr.
Men’s basketball guard Larry Woody (Howard High School of Technology, Bear, DE) scorched Burlington County College for 33 points on 11 three-pointers in a win last week, earning him the Delaware Technical Community College athlete of the week award.
STANTON - If you happened to catch sight of students racing through an obstacle course at Delaware Tech’s Stanton Campus last month, you may have wondered what was happening.
On Thursday, November 14, 2013, Delaware Technical Community College presented its Fiscal Year 2015 budget request to state budget officials in the Senate Chamber at Legislative Hall in Dover.
STANTON - As part of a grant to ensure that our state’s workforce is prepared for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) jobs, Delaware Tech as well as the University of Delaware, Delaware State University and Wesley College are working together to meet Delaware’s 21st century water and energy challenges.