The Human Resources office is currently advertising vacancies for the Director of Admissions, Records & Registration and the Associate Dean of Nursing. Complete information on these positions can be found on the HR Portal.
Mary Beth Ray (left), director, Career Development Services, was the featured speaker at a Job Preparation Event sponsored by State Representative Sue Scherer (right) at Lincoln Library Monday evening, July 14.
Jane Hartman, professor of music, presented a clinic on Jazz Improvisational Styles at the National Association of Disciples Musician conference in Decatur July 14.
LLCC Theatre presents “Your Swash Is Unbuckled,” a collection of nine short stage combat plays by Jeff Goode, July 18, 19, 25, 26 in Sangamon Hall South on the Springfield campus. The 8 p.m. performances feature pirates, fops and swashbucklers of all descriptions and are filled with sword swinging, witty and amusing repartee.
Admission is a suggested $5 contribution at the door (cash or check only). No advanced reservations are being taken.
Director Mark Hardiman, professor of theatre, describes the production as “ribald and rascally” and framed around the covers of romance novels. “There are lots of over-the-top, ultra-romantic love stories with rivals, rapscallions, pirates and brigands tangled up in every imaginable romance variation.” Read more…
The Human Resources office is currently advertising for a Program Assistant in Advising and Counseling. Complete information on this position can be found on the HR Portal.
A reminder that sales for books and materials for fall courses start July 14 at main campus (for purchases with cash, check or credit/debit cards) and Aug. 13 for financial aid. Please check the Bookstore website for other important upcoming dates to share with your students.
The first session of College For Kids on the Springfield Session is wrapping up today! Check out the LLCC College For Kids page on Facebook for updates and photos. We’ve had record registration this year, but there are some spots left in the third session if you know someone interested in signing up! The deadline is Wednesday, July 16.
Litchfield National Bank is the latest to make a gift to the Grow Beyond campaign. Thanks to friends like Litchfield National Bank the LLCC Foundation Grow Beyond endowment fund campaign has now surpassed $870,000 with a goal to secure $2.5- million by 2017, the college’s 50th anniversary!
Pictured: Karen Sanders, LLCC Foundation Executive Director; Frank Fleming, Litchfield National Bank; and Ken Elmore, LLCC Foundation Treasurer
Paula Luebbert, assistant vice president, corporate/government training and economic development, wrote an essay for the State Journal Register June 6 entitled “LLCC”s downtown location for business and health care training.”