Wednesday, July 25, 2018
The Oak Hills Christian College Athletic Department is pleased to announce the startup of a collegiate trapshooting team that will begin its inaugural season during the Fall of 2018. The team will begin as a club team for the 2018-19 season with hopes to launch it as a varsity sport in the Fall of 2019. “We are excited to be launching this program now because shooting sports in Minnesota are exploding. I think this will allow us to recruit excellent students who not only want a Christian education but would also like to shoot in college” Athletic Director Jeremy Anderson states. “We will be looking to the community for support of this effort. The creation of this team adds significant cost to our athletic budget but we feel with the community support that we already receive and the additional support from like-minded businesses we will recover a portion of those costs. As with most club teams, the participants will be covering a portion of those costs as well.”CONTINUE READING
Wednesday, July 25, 2018
OHCC hosted a Bike and Build USA group here this past Sunday. Bike And Build is a non profit entity that bicycle across the USA to raise awareness and help support affordable housing in America. They do a lot of projects along their route for Habitat for Humanity and similar organizations. While they did not do a building project in Bemidji we were able to support them in their efforts by providing a nights housing while they made their way across Minnnesota. They ride aprox. 70-90 miles a day and had done Habitat work in Duluth and were on their way to Fargo for their next building effort.CONTINUE READING
Wednesday, June 27, 2018
Oak Hills Christian College is pleased to announce a partnership with The Hazelden Betty Ford Graduate School of Addiction Studies for early admission into their academic program. Oak Hill’s students who qualify will receive an early admission of up to 18 months before their expected enrollment and will receive a $1000 Early Admission Agreement Scholarship toward their Master of Arts degree in addiction counseling.
The Addiction Counseling Program officially began the fall of 2014 and is directed by Randy McKain, M.Ed., L.S.M. The program was the brainchild of Derrick Houle, M.A., Program Director of Applied Psychology and Instructor of Counseling and Psychology. At this time there have been four graduates, all who are actively working in this field or attending graduate school.CONTINUE READING