Month: July, 2010
Wednesday, July 21, 2010
The faculty at Mitchell Technical Institute this year announced the eleventh annual Spirit of MTI awards to recognize one student graduating from each program. These students were chosen by their instructors as this year’s graduates who best embody the “spirit” of MTI and exemplify their chosen occupation through study, hard work, reliability, contribution to their program, and future potential in their employment field.
Each graduate was recognized with a plaque at the MTI graduation ceremony held May 7, 2010.
Accounting/Business Management Hannah Sutherland
Agricultural Chemical Technology Lane Kroupa
Agricultural Technology Thomas Smith
Architectural Design & Building Construction Amber Opbroek
Automation Controls/SCADA Andrew Hershman
Computer Software Specialist Daria Utz
Computer Systems Technology Kyle Anderson
Culinary Academy of South Dakota Amy Petoske
Electrical Construction & Maintenance James Herman
Heating & Cooling Technology Josh Phillips
Medical Assistant Toni Weber
Medical Laboratory Technology April Briscoe
Medical Secretary/Transcriptionist Angie Rasmussen
Office Technology Specialist Doralea Kunkel
Power Line Construction & Maintenance Eric Borer
Power Sports Technology Jake Puetz
Propane & Natural Gas Technologies Jerod Beachem
Radiation Therapy Lesa Griffith
Radiologic Technology Tyler Valsvig
Satellite Communications Travis Hodson
Utilities Technology Vincent Wellenstein
Telecommunications Bradley St. Clair
Wind Turbine Technology Jorden Arthurs
Friday, July 16, 2010Mitchell Technical Institute will hold a Registration Day for incoming students on August 6. Students who have been accepted since June 12 or who have not completed the registration process will be notified. Registration sessions will be held at the MTI Technology Center, 1800 E. Spruce Street. Contact the Admissions Office for more information.
Tuesday, July 13, 2010Janet Greenway, former Career Services Coordinator at Mitchell Technical Institute (MTI), was awarded Honorary Lifetime Membership to the South Dakota Association of College Career Centers (SDACCC) during the organization’s recent annual meeting. Greenway began the position of Registrar at Mitchell Technical Institute on July 1.
SDACCC's mission is to advance the career development and employment of students attending South Dakota's post-secondary educational institutions. SDACCC members represent a combined total of more than 200 years of involvement with workforce development in South Dakota.
Members of SDACCC include officials from nearly all of the universities and technical institutes in South Dakota, some South Dakota Department of Labor offices, and the South Dakota Teacher Placement Center.