The 273 members of the Mitchell Technical Institute graduating Class of 2009 will being looking to the future following today’s 5 p.m. commencement exercises at the Corn Palace.
Keynote speaker Milt Dougherty will be on hand to help them consider the possibilities in his address “The Future Isn’t What It Used to Be,” during which he will discuss the roles of technical education and education in general.
As principal of Unity Elementary School in Sioux City, Iowa, Michael Rogers once posed a question to his students: Is it worse to steal a two-cent piece of a candy or an expensive ring?
The answer, he says, is stealing one is no worse than the other.
And while it was a simple example, Rogers told Dakota Wesleyan University’s 2009 graduating class that it’s an example of challenges they will face as they head into the workforce.
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