In the news

Lesley Frederick, vice president of student services, was interviewed Oct. 24 by the SJ-R about how LLCC might be impacted by Benedictine University’s decision to discontinue programs for traditional students.

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Michelle Burger, student engagement coordinator, was interviewed by WDBR regarding the family concert with Rachel Rambach being held this Friday, Oct. 17.

Jay Kitterman, director of Culinary Institute, was interviewed Oct. 14 by the SJ-R regarding upcoming culinary events and workshops.

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Lisa Collier, Mac Warren and Lynn Whalen were interviewed by WQLZ Radio during a Campus Visit Day remote broadcast Oct. 13.

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Lesley Frederick, vice president of student services, was interviewed Oct. 8 by WICS-TV regarding current enrollment at LLCC, what programs were seeing higher enrollments and special programs the college has in place to help students succeed.

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David Bowman, workforce development specialist, was interviewed Friday, Oct. 3 by WTAX radio and Monday, Oct. 6 by WFMB radio regarding the $883,000 grant awarded to LLCC to establish ag watershed and land lake management programs.

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The LLCC-Jacksonville Multicultural Fest was the front page story in the Oct. 2 Jacksonville Journal Courier. Keri Mason, assistant director, and a student were interviewed on WLDS-WEAI radio regarding the fest.

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Dr. Judy Jozaitis, vice president, workforce development and community education, and David Bowman, workforce specialist, were interviewed by WICS-TV and WUIS radio Oct. 1 on the $883,000 federal grant to create training programs in agricultural watershed and landscape lake management training programs.

Jamie Stout, Community Education director, was a guest on the WICS-TV Midday Community Spotlight Sept. 30 to talk about the ALL Fall Celebration.

Jolene Adams, culinary instructor, demonstrated Pear and Pancetta Salad on the WICS-TV Midday cooking segment Sept. 29.

 

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Marnie Record, workforce specialist, was interviewed Sept. 25 about the value-added local food certificate program for an article regarding the “Illinois – State of Innovation” project for the Illinois Economic Development Guide.

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Lisa Collier, associate vice president, Enrollment Services, wrote the LLCC essay for the State Journal-Register Sept. 7, entitled “Avoiding student loan debt: LLCC gives you the tools.”

Mary Beth Ray, director, Career Development Services, wrote “Five tips to be a cut above the competition and land that job” for the Greater Springfield Chamber of Commerce Job Fair page  in the State Journal-Register Sept. 8.

Jay Kitterman, director, Culinary Institute and special events, was interviewed by the State Journal-Register for the Sunday A la carte column Sept. 7 on upcoming classes.

Charlyn Fargo, culinary instructor, was interviewed by WCIA on nutrition topics Sept. 4.

Dee Krueger, assistant director, LLCC-Taylorville, was featured on WTIM’s “Ask The Professional” on Thursday, August 28. She discussed upcoming fall events at LLCC-Taylorville and provided information on the enrollment process for the upcoming spring semester.