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January 2014  •  Issue 4
SCC Alumni Network - Connecting Supporters, Colleagues, Faculty & Alumni

Alumni Spotlight: 

SCC Path Brings Rewards for Legal Administrative Assistant Alum

Shari P. Fischer

Shari FischerShari Peterson Fischer was raised on a farm near Morgan, Minnesota, where she learned the value of hard work and the importance of helping fellow neighbors and friends in need.

Starting her education at South Central College, Shari received high honors in completing the Legal Administrative Assistant program. Continuing her education, she went on to receive her Bachelor of Science degree and her Juris Doctor degree, magna cum laude, from William Mitchell College of Law in St. Paul.
When asked about her experience at SCC, Fischer said, “I thoroughly enjoyed my experience at SCC. I left SCC at just 20 years of age, but with the tools and knowledge necessary to ‘hit the ground running’ when I began my first position as a Legal Assistant only days after graduating. I commend Lynda Ernst for the strong legal program at SCC. She ensured we students were well prepared to begin our careers and also instilled in us the importance of maintaining a sense of professionalism throughout our lives. These are skills I have carried forward in life, especially now as an attorney.”

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South Central College
Hosts Ag Symposium –
Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Experts to share the latest trends with area agribusiness producers
New Tools for New Rules Ag SymposiumToday’s agricultural producers are adapting to a landscape that is constantly changing. They are expected to be economists, commodity specialists, financiers, brokers, mechanics, transportation logisticians, managers, and more. South Central College’s Foundation is providing a one-day professional development opportunity to assist area farm families with keeping a finger on the pulse of their dynamic industry.

South Central College Foundation is proud to announce the sixth annual New Tools for New Rules Agricultural Symposium. This regional professional development opportunity is designed for all agricultural producers. New Tools brings world-class speakers to the campus of South Central College for a day of cutting-edge presentations and discussion.

Click here to learn more about the speakers, schedule, and how to purchase tickets!
Department Updates

Welding is Back at SCC

Welding is a critical skill in demand. It remains and will continue to be a productive, cost-effective manufacturing method. Advanced technology is creating more uses for welding in the workplace and expanding employment opportunities.

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News & Events: 

South Central
College Foundation

Online Auction
January 28th – February 5th!

Proceeds to benefit SCC student scholarship program
Let the bidding begin! South Central College Foundation third annual online auction kicked off this week on January 28! The 2014 auction contains 200 items ranging from restaurant gift cards to weekend getaways and more. Since the auction’s inception three years ago, over $35,000 has been raised to benefit students attending SCC.

Bids will be accepted through February 5, 2014. The online catalog can be viewed by visiting SCC continues to accept items from donors who may be interested in contributing to the auction.

Click here to learn more about the online auction!
Please consider donating an item, bidding in the online auction (Jan. 28-Feb. 5, 2014) and spreading the news of
our auction to your friends and family.

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1998 Class Registration

Remember When?

Registering for Classes Before
Online Registration
As we welcome students back to campus for the start of spring semester, we reflect on the process to register for classes.  Registration now takes place online; an easier process compared to what students had to endure in the ‘80s and ‘90s.
Before the online registration process started in 1998, students had to fill out a registration form and stand in line to meet with staff who would enter classes into the computer and print out a schedule. The whole time you were in line, you kept your fingers crossed for the classes not to be filled; otherwise back to the end of the line.
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