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Daytona State College Veterans Services
The Veterans Center has big plans to help all DSC student veterans and dependents of veterans. You can look forward to:
- More face-to-face service (walk-ins welcome, no appointment necessary), as well as virtual and email
- Veterans Day events at all DSC campuses
- Re-initiating the Student Veterans Club
- Participating in campus functions, supporting or working jointly with other DSC clubs and departments
- Planning a veterans faculty and staff meet and greet
- Working jointly with local veteran clubs and participating in community service and community projects
To help enhance services, the Veterans Center needs you! Goals include updating the DSC faculty and staff veterans list, participating in campus events, assisting with the Student Veterans Club, volunteering for community and outreach events, and more.
If you are a veteran and would like to get more involved, please contact Charles ‘Chuck’ Fordham, Veteran Services Coordinator at Charles.Fordham@DaytonaState.edu.
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Congratulations to Evan Doyle
Before joining Daytona State College in July 2020, Evan served as a police officer with the Port Orange Police Department, working in the patrol division and serving as the department’s Public Information Officer.
As Assistant Chair and Program Manager for the Law Enforcement Academy, Evan has worked tirelessly to identify new and innovative training techniques to ensure our graduates are fully prepared to be successful within the communities they serve.
Law enforcement officers are increasingly dealing with members of the public or suspects who are grappling with mental health challenges. To better prepare recruits, Evan has enhanced curriculum in this area, including bringing in guest speakers to teach students how to address these issues safely and effectively.
Colleagues describe Evan as “a true team player” and mentor to students and coworkers alike. We are incredibly fortunate to have Evan in this important leadership role.
Please join us in congratulating Evan for his continued dedication to our mission.
Congratulations to Kyle Dabney
Kyle joined the IT Department in 2015 as a student worker and was hired full-time as a Field Technician in 2017. Last year, he transitioned into the Systems Administration team, and in this new role, his contributions have been innumerable. He oversees many of the College’s critical technology systems and infrastructure.
With each new position, Kyle has taken on increasing responsibilities and meets new challenges with professionalism and poise. He is passionate about his work, and his technical knowledge, proactive work style, and great communication skills have made him an invaluable member of our College.
Please join us in congratulating Kyle for this outstanding employee award.