DMACC graduates are known to be motivated, hard-working, and work-ready. An important reason behind this reputation: representatives from the private sector serve an important role in creating DMACC’s various career and technical programs.
In fact, more than 750 people from 470 businesses serve on 70 DMACC Program Advisory Committees. These men and women provide advice and guidance to DMACC’s Career and Technical programs. They often donate tools and resources, as well as provide internships for DMACC students.
With this information and these resources, DMACC tailors its programs to meet the specific needs of business. The result is that DMACC students, who are destined to become Iowa’s future workforce, are better prepared, and businesses are more competitive.
Below are lists of all the Program Advisory Committees, by campus.