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29 May 2012

BISMARCK (UTN) - A traditional meal of stew, fry bread and wojapi was on the menu to welcome and nourish a campus tour group from MDU Resources, Knife River Corporation, Williston Basin Interstate Pipeline and American Bank.

The visit was planned and hosted by staff of the college’s Career Development and Institutional Advancement departments.

The May 11 event featured a welcome ceremony in the Wellness Center Healing Room, tour of the art gallery, a glimpse of the TJES Powwow, briefings about the college’s workforce training programs and talks by campus leaders who shared the UTTC story and visions for the future.

For more information about corporate tours, contact Charisse Fandrich 701-255-3285 x 1207, cfandrich@uttc.edu.


HIGH HONOR: Bill Schneider, MDU Resources VP of Bakken Development, received a Pendleton from United Tribes President David M. Gipp recognizing the company’s friendship and generous support of the college’s “Opportunities in the Making” student scholarship campaign.

ART COLLECTION: The tour of United Tribes was facilitated by Mark Mindt, Assoc. VP Career Development, here in the college’s Art Gallery with Bonnie Taylor, left, MDU Resources HR Specialist and Nancy Christenson, Knife River’s VP of Administration.

      

      

      

      

      

      

 

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