This photo of a young buck was captured by Dr. Chris McDonald, professor of political science, along the back edge of LLCC’s campus in Springfield.
The James S. Murray Gallery features the exhibit “Expressions in Pastel” by Tracey Maras, adjunct faculty in the LLCC Occupational Therapy Assistant program, now-Oct. 17. To learn more on Tracey’s exhibit and artistic endeavors, click HERE.
LLCC Exchange Notice is the required notice regarding the new Health Insurance Marketplace associated with the Affordable Care Act. If you are exploring options within the Health Insurance Marketplace, please refer to this notice as it contains basic required information regarding LLCC’s health insurance coverage.
Please refer to the following resources for any questions regarding the Health Insurance Marketplace:
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for a Mechanical Maintenance Technician. Please see the HR Portal page for additional information on this position.
It’s hard to know where to begin, so I will start from the bottom of my heart. A sincere thank you to everybody for their expressions of sympathy to me and my family over the death of my brother, Jerry Melton. It was a very difficult situation for his immediate family, mother, siblings, friends, colleagues, and students. Whether you sent a card or email, stopped me in the hallway to say a kind word, attended the memorial service, sent a flower, plant, or remembrance, or offered up a quiet thought or prayer … I want you all to know how much your thoughtfulness is appreciated. Thank you so much.
October is National Fire Prevention Month. Prevention is the key to a fire-safe workplace, and many of the nation’s annual 5,000 office-building fires could be prevented if companies and employees followed basic on-the-job fire safety practices.
Plan Ahead. In the event of a fire, a safe and speedy response depends on how well you are prepared for emergencies. Count the doors or desks between your work area(s) and the nearest exit. During a fire, you may have to find your way out in the dark… Read More.
Julie Rourke, director of workforce development, made a presentation at the Faith Coalition for the Common Good’s Jobs Summit and Workers Rights event Sept. 28. She spoke, along with Frank McNeil and Janice Gower, on LLCC and IDOT: Highway Construction Careers and the IDOT/LLCC Pre-Apprentice training program.
The Student Life Office would like all faculty and staff to submit their names, rank and branch of service to the Student Life Office. These names will be printed in the Veterans Day Ceremony program to honor those service men and women here at LLCC. Please submit names by Oct. 10th to Michelle.Burger@llcc.edu or by stopping by the Student Life Office.
The “Head Start” Ag Safety Program, in which a group of LLCC ag students were trained and certified last spring in subjects such as confined space entry, hazardous materials and safety procedures, has won the 2013 Illinois Council of Community College Administrators (ICCCA) Innovation Award. The training was provided by the Illinois Fertilizer and Chemical Association (IFCA) and the Asmark Institute in Bloomington. The goals of the training were to educate students about industry regulations and reduce farm accidents. Rich Teeter, assistant professor of agriculture, coordinated the program which will now be offered to other community colleges and further unite education and industry. Congratulations!