The LLCC main campus will be offering extended hours for registration leading up to the start spring classes, beginning this Saturday.
Admission/Registration/Records, Advising/Counseling/Career Services, Financial Aid and Placement & Testing will be available in addition to regular hours on the following:
- Sat, Dec 10, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Mon-Thu, Jan 2-5, 8 a.m.-7 p.m.
- Sat, Jan. 7, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
- Mon-Thu, Jan. 9-12, 7:30 a.m.-6 p.m.
The Bookstore will be open during regular hours of Mon-Thu, 8 a.m.-6 p.m. and Fri, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m., with the addition of Sat, Jan. 7, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.
Career Services and Student Life are collaborating to provide a free career workshop to students entitled “Interviewing Skills” on Wednesday, Oct. 19 from 11 a.m.-12 p.m. in the A. Lincoln Commons.
Presenter Paul Carter has been the director of Human Resources at Cast Industries Inc. for the last 10 years and previously was the senior employee supervisor of stages at Express Personnel Services for 13 years. Mr. Carter is known in the Springfield community as a hiring specialist and prides himself on matching workers’ skills with companies in need of specific types of employees.
Please encourage your students to attend! If you have any questions, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please encourage all Accounting, Business Administration, Finance and Web Design majors to join us for a free employment initiative workshop and treats on Wednesday, March 30, 1-2 p.m., in the R. H. Stephens Room. This event is provided by the Illinois Department of Revenue, LLCC Advising, Counseling and Career Services, and Student Life. Students will have the opportunity to:
- gain valuable resources and tips on the Dept. of Revenue hiring process
- find out about non-degree required State positions
- learn how the State can pay for your education while you gain rich experience
- take steps to successfully complete a CMS 100 application form
Students are required to bring a completed CMS 100 application to the event.
They can visit http://www.illinois.gov/sites/work/Documents/pdfs//app_cms100P.pdf to print a copy, as well as stop by Student Life or Advising, Counseling & Career Services to pick-up a copy.
Career Development Services would like to thank everyone for another fun and profitable Silent Auction! We netted over $250 this year for the Career Development Emergency Fund. This money comes at a time when we really start to hear from needy students. Thank you for shopping at the auction and for donating items to make the event possible. And, thank you to Linda Cunningham and Tammy Chrisler for helping us with setting up and staffing the auction!
Fall is here and that means it is time to start thinking SILENT AUCTION! Our auction this year will be on Tuesday, October 28 from 10:00 a.m. – 2 p.m. Our auction this year is limited to just one day so be sure to come up to the Stephens Room that day before 2:00 to place your bid. All proceeds go to the Career Development Services Emergency Fund which directly helps our students who may run into a situation during the semester that would otherwise keep them from succeeding in their classes. In past years we have helped with meals, books, school supplies, warm clothing, car repairs, health tests required for some of our programs and even laptops from Computer Banc. As always, we cannot do this event without your generous donations so bring in anything you have never used, have no use for or are just plain tired of using! Bring your donations to Career Development Services anytime. See you on the 28th!
Career Development Services would like to extend a huge thank you to the Writing Center for their generous donation to the students in our SNAP (Supplemental Nutrition and Assistance Program) class. For the third year in a row the center has donated school supplies, toiletries, gift bags and gift cards to these students. Your generosity is very appreciated!
In the Career Development Services Office we are passionate about helping students choose and prepare for a career path. We are always looking for ways to connect students to all the services we provide! As you are developing your syllabi and preparing your classes for the spring semester, please keep in mind that we are available to come and speak to your class. Topics include: career exploration, interest inventories, resume writing, interviewing, job shadowing and internships. We can even arrange for your students to do the Career Cruising matchmaker during our visit and each student will receive a list of 40 possible careers based on their interests. We visit many classes each semester and would love to add yours to our list! Just e-mail MaryBethRay@llcc.edu to schedule a visit!
Career Development Services would like to thank everyone who helped make this year’s Silent Auction bigger and better than ever. We made $616.00 which will go directly into the Career Development Services Emergency Fund to help our students with the little emergencies that arise during the semester. This money is also used to help students purchase a computer from the Computer Banc. There are still some great items left that were not bid on, so we will do our traditional “Let’s Make a Deal” in the Menard hallway sometime in the next few weeks.
Mary Beth Ray, Director, Career Development Services
The Career Development Services Silent Auction begins today, running from 11 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Oct. 17-18 in the Robert H. Stephens Room. This year every bidder will be given a number to use when they place their bids. Only Career Development staff will know who is assigned which number. No more worries about outbidding your friends or boss!
The Silent Auction to benefit the Career Development Services emergency student fund is this Thursday and Friday and has more items than ever! Volunteers are needed to help with set up on Wednesday. Please contact Career Development Services (6.2210) if you can spare some time Wednesday. (You’ll also get a sneak preview of all the great donations!)
And, if you haven’t donated items yet, bring them by Career Development Services!