DMACC Career Advantage Program

​​How to Reach Us

Due to the continued health concerns surrounding the spread of the Coronavirus, the Career Advantage Department  is available to answer your questions and provide assistance. While we will not be able to be at your high school or at a DMACC campus or academy, you can contact your Career Advantage Advisor through the following link.  https://www.dmacc.edu/careeradvantage/Pages/staff.aspx
They will be checking emails, answering phones and may be able to meet via Skype during regular business hours. 

Please visit the following website for more DMACC updates and resources related to the Coronavirus -  https://www.dmacc.edu/coronavirus/Pages/welcome.aspx  


Are you taking DMACC classes in high school and want to learn more about what it means? Do you wonder what you can do with these credits? Would you like to know more about how to take more credits?
Please join our Career Advantage advisors virtually via Zoom to learn about Career Advantage, taking DMACC credits, and how to make the most of your DMACC credits. Each session will feature a different topic important to students and help your navigate taking college credits while in high school.
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​Thousands of high school students take advantage of DMACC's Career Advantage offerings each year giving them a jump start on their academic and career goals, while saving money on college courses.

For more information:

Download the Career Advantage Brochure

Check out the three ways high school students can start earning DMACC credits while in high school:


 

Thousands of high school students take advantage of DMACC's Career Advantage offerings each year giving them a jump start on their academic and career goals, while saving money on college courses. Check out how to get started as a New Career Advantage Student.

For more information:

PDFDownload the Career Advantage Brochure

Check out the three ways high school students can start earning DMACC credits while in high school:

Learn how DMACC credits will apply toward a degree at a four-year institution. Visit www.TransferInIowa.org.

 


Career Advantage Student named to DMACC Honors Program as a high school junior

Christopher Martin  

Christopher Martin, who will graduate simultaneously from Ankeny Centennial High School and Des Moines Area Community College this spring, is the first-ever high school student accepted into the DMACC Honors Program and runs his own non-profit.

Dr. Laurie Linhart, DMACC Honors Program Director, said Martin, who was enrolled in DMACC classes, contacted her during the summer before his junior year requesting a face-to-face meeting to discuss applying to the DMACC Honors Program. Since he was still in high school, his application had to be reviewed by the DMACC Honors Appeals Committee which quickly admitted him to the DMACC Honors Program.

Martin became the very first high school student in the six-year history of the program. He will graduate from Ankeny Centennial High School, DMACC and the DMACC Honors Program simultaneously in the spring 2020 semester. 

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