News & Events
Delaware Technical Community College employees and students are again supporting 22in22 – a campaign to raise awareness of and prevent veteran suicide.
Delaware Technical Community College’s Jack F. Owens Campus will host The Wall That Heals exhibit September 1-4 on the Carter Partnership Center lawn in Georgetown (21179 College Drive, Georgetown, DE 19947).
Congratulations to Patrice Banks, graduate of the Stanton Campus Automotive Program and founder of Girls Auto Clinic (girlsautoclinic.com), for being featured in the July 2016 edition of Oprah magazine.
DOVER - Delaware Tech Terry Campus will hold its 12th annual Gourmet Gala, the school’s premier fundraising event for student success, Saturday, October 17, 2015 from 6-10:30 p.m. in the on-campus conference center.
Ryan Lally has been appointed collegewide athletics coordinator. In this role, Ryan will provide collegewide leadership of athletics working with the coaches at each of the campuses to continue the emphasis on academic excellence among our student athletes.
DOVER - Leaders in business and education, state and local government officials and community members converged on the Delaware Tech Terry Campus on September 22, 2015 for the seventh annual Kent County Economic Summit.
STANTON - Wilmington City Councilman Darius Brown recently paid a visit to Delaware Tech’s Innovation and Technology Center (ITC) to observe a group of City of Wilmington residents who are enrolled in a workforce training program sponsored by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Delaware Technical Community College employees and students are proud to support Delaware 22in22 – a campaign to raise awareness of and prevent soldier suicide. September is suicide prevention and awareness month and the number 22 is significant in that nearly 22 soldiers take their lives each and every day as a result of feeling they have no other way to deal with their pain and suffering.
STANTON - Delaware Tech has partnered with Amazon to offer on-site training for employees of Amazon’s Middletown fulfillment center. The classes are part of Amazon’s Career Choice program, which pays 95% of tuition, fees and textbooks for associates for up to four years of education.
GEORGETOWN – It’s time to hit the ground running to support and honor those who serve and protect us on a regular basis.
The Learning Communities collegewide leadership team held the 2015 Learning Communities Summer Institute from July 27-30 at the Terry Campus in Dover. This was the fourth annual 30-hour training for new learning community instructors.