Ruth Bixby, director, Occupational Therapy Assistant program, was interviewed, along with OTA students Shannon Lionberger, Brenda Weber and LInnea Manheim, for an upcoming story in the State Journal-Register on the OTA program. The story is expected to run in the Sunday edition.
The Illinois State Fair Wine Competition held in conjunction with the LLCC Culinary Institute in the Workforce Careers Center Monday and Tuesday was covered by WICS, SJ-R and Lincoln Courier.
Rich Teeter, professor, agri-business management, was interviewed June 11 by WICS at the state FFA convention.
Participants in College for Kids in Jacksonville were photographed June 11 for the Jacksonville Journal-Courier.
Dental assistant students from the Capital City Training Center assisted at a free dental day event at Advanced Dental Care June 13, which was covered by several media. Free extractions, fillings and cleanings were offered to adults.
Andrew Dewey, LLCC’s commencement speaker, was interviewed by WLDS Radio (click HERE to hear the story) and the Jacksonville Journal- Courier regarding his commencement speech and his journey from rehab and homelessness to an associate degree. Read the Journal-Courier article HERE. Read the speech HERE.
The Brian McMillen Walk/Run Saturday attracted over 500 participants and was covered in this story on WICS. Craig McFarland, financial aid advisor, was interviewed.
Amber Berman, program assistant, Student Life, penned this essay for the State Journal-Register, published May 25, entitled “Dare to step up and step out.” Amber was recently named “Campus Advisor of the Year” by United Way Worldwide.