Did you know Nov. 8 was National STEM Day? LLCC celebrated national STEM Day with a fun video on TikTok @lincolnlandcommcollege. Thanks to Professors Adrienne Range, Angie Gum-Miller and Jennifer Ramm,and Dean Bill Bade!
LLCC has added another social media platform and is now on TikTok @lincolnlandcommcollege. Our first video is “Dancin’ into the weekend with President Warren!”
The latest edition of FORWARD magazine has been arriving in mailboxes throughout the LLCC district and is now available online! Read articles about LLCC Ag expanding with a new building and technology, LLCC Aviation advancing with a Learjet, active classrooms and dynamic learning, students cleaning up a reef in Belize, and how LLCC is preparing students for careers in music, history, cybersecurity, hospitality, English, dental assisting and more! There is also a list of all LLCC programs and Community Education classes.
As a reminder, if a college department (with the exception of Athletics, Student Life and Bookstore) has funds and wishes to purchase promotional items that would contain the college logo or name, here are the steps to take. These guidelines are intended to insure consistency, quality and value of promotional items.
- Complete a PRM KBOX work order, indicating the items you wish to purchase and the quantity. You may suggest a vendor, but it is not necessary.
- PRM will find a vendor for the items and provide you with price information.
- If you approve of the price, PRM will contact the vendor and provide the appropriate artwork and deadlines.
- You (or your department assistant) will need to create a requisition on Colleague for the item(s). Once the requisition is approved, the purchasing office will then send the vendor a PO to place the order.
Fall Campus Visit Day on Oct. 14 was a great event with 250 individuals in attendance! LLCC Public Relations and Marketing would like to thank all who assisted with this important recruitment event. We sincerely appreciate you sharing your time, expertise and enthusiasm for LLCC!
Those who assisted include: Dr. Charlotte Warren, Dr. Lesley Frederick, Dr. Carmen Allen, Laura Anderson, Dr. Gary Armour, Sara Bachmann, Bill Bade, Chris Barry, Holly Bauman, Shelby Bedford, Barb Bernardi, Dr. Deanna Blackwell, Andrew Blaylock, Whitney Brandenburg, Laurel Bretz, Dr. Victor Broderick, Shanda Byer, Amy Chernowsky, Julie Clevenger, Christina Courier, Jacob Deters, Carter DuBois, Brian Earley, Kim Eddings, Cathleen Ferguson, Nick Ferreira, David Ferrill, Cody Ford, Dr. Claire Gordon, Sergeant Mike Hanson, Bill Harmon, Dr. Sonja Harvey, Richard Hayes, Bob Howard, Asia Jackson, Leslie Johnson, Rashawn Jones, Sean Keeley, Kevin Kirsch, Tammy Kuhn-Schnell, Kim Lesko, Laurie Lewis-Fritz, Teresa Liberati, Diane Liesen, Dr. Cynthia Maskey, Dr. Chris McDonald, Tisha Miller, Alison Mills, Janelle Murphy, Lori Large Oldenettel, Michael Phelon, David Pietrzak, Dr. Scott Queener, Jennifer Ramm, Adrienne Range, Cheri Reardon, Brooke Rhoades, Laurie Rhodes, Ben Roth, Randy Rue, Denese Schaljo, Matt Shaver, Candace Silas, Adam Smith, Shelly Smothers, Tom Spears, Leslie Stalter, Julie Sutfin, Jan Szoke, Keven Tait, Red Tomnitz, Chris Tople, Officer Brian Tweryon, Jason Waddell, Lindsey Weihmeir, Duane Whitney, Amanda Wiesenhofer, Eleanor Wild, Doris Williams, Marina Wirsing and Dallas Woomer.
Also, thank you to the student presenters (Skye Kretzinger, Felipe Buenrostro, Hailey James, Maggie Jacobs, Seth Jacobs and Cheyenne Kesselring) and clubs that participated (Ag Club, Chemistry Club, Dance Club: Express Your Seoul and Phi Theta Kappa).
Please help us in welcoming prospective students and their families to LLCC today for Campus Visit Day! The morning session begins at 10 a.m. in the Student Union. Following an opening presentation there, guests will tour Sangamon and Menard halls and visit exhibits in A. Lincoln Commons until noon. The evening session runs from 5-7 p.m. and follows the same format. Please feel free to talk to any visitors you encounter about the advantages of enrolling at LLCC, and let them know we’re ready to help them achieve their educational goals!
LLCC Public Relations and Marketing would like to thank those who helped at Career Day at Northwestern High School in Palmyra on Thursday, Oct. 10. The week of Monday, Oct. 7 was College and Career Readiness Week at NWHS. LLCC staff spoke to all of the senior class during their consumer education classes as well as other high school students during study hall. The students were able to learn about auto technology, culinary and hospitality, truck driver training, aviation mechanics and construction trades. Emily Smith, recruitment specialist, was also there to provide information and answer any questions.
This visit to NWHS was a huge success thanks to LLCC staff who provided information and presented to the NWHS students, including: Christina Courier, Bob Howard, Sheridan Lane, Bob Howard and Tom Spears. The counselor was thrilled with the participation.
Please help us welcome prospective students and their families to campus Monday, Oct. 14, for Campus Visit Day! The morning session begins at 10 a.m. in the Student Union. Following an opening presentation there, guests will tour Sangamon and Menard halls and visit exhibits in A. Lincoln Commons until noon. The evening session runs from 5-7 p.m. and follows the same format. Please feel free to talk to any visitors you encounter about the advantages of enrolling at LLCC, and let them know we’re ready to help them achieve their educational goals!
A reminder that contact with the media regarding LLCC classes, programs and services must go through Public Relations and Marketing per Board of Trustees policy. If you wish to publicize an event or if you receive a call from the media regarding LLCC, please route that call to PRM, specifically Lynn Whalen (786-2219) or Kyla Kruse (786-4918) per board policy 12.2. Thanks!