Students are now able to schedule their appointments with LLCC Career Services through My Scheduler.
Career Services appointments that students can choose include Career & Major Exploration, Job Search Strategies, Experience Gap, Resume or Cover Letter Development, Resume or Cover Letter Review, or Mock Job Interview.
Please direct students (including our new students) to My Scheduler to make their Career Services appointment.
Nancy Sweet, dean of applied and emerging technologies, was interviewed yesterday on AM Springfield about career training opportunities at LLCC, the Transportation and Industrial Virtual Information Sessions and in-person tours.
Ron Riggle, athletic director and head baseball coach, was interviewed by WICS News Channel 20 on the NJCAA announcement on changes to the 2020-2021 competition schedules.
Sean Keeley, culinary specialist, is the author of today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “Picnic Clinic.”
The NJCAA Board of Regents has announced its updated plan of action for the 2020-21 academic year that will move a majority of competition to the spring semester. LLCC will play close-contact fall sports — women’s soccer and women’s volleyball — in the spring. Winter sports — men’s and women’s basketball — will start their seasons in January. The spring sports — baseball and softball — will have minor schedule adjustments. Read more.
Do you know someone interested in training for a hands-on career in the culinary or hospitality fields? The first of LLCC Hospitality and Culinary Arts’ virtual information sessions for prospective students will be held tomorrow. Participants can meet with college representatives and learn how they can become standouts in the industry by advancing skills, strengthening leadership and earning stackable certificates!: Registrations are currently open for the dates and times listed below.
- July 15, 2 p.m.
- July 20, 5 p.m.
- July 28, 10 a.m.
- Aug. 4, 10 a.m.
View a video tour of our state-of-the-art facilities!
We are pleased to announce that as of July 1, 2020, our new Employee Assistance Program (EAP) provider is Deer Oaks EAP Services. As a reminder, the EAP covers up to six (6) confidential short-term counseling sessions per person, per presenting issue, per calendar year.
Benefit-eligible employees and their household members are entitled to this benefit, at no cost to the employee. Deer Oaks EAP has considerable expertise and clinical knowledge possessed by its network of providers at numerous convenient locations near you. Session options include face-to-face, telephonic and video.
Deer Oaks will assist you with many different types of issues. Among these might be stress, depression, anxiety, workplace difficulties, substance abuse, marital problems, family or parenting conflicts, grief, violence and unhealthy lifestyles. The EAP will also provide additional assistance, tools and referrals for:
- Work/Life Resources with Referrals
- Financial and Legal Issues
- Interactive Online Simple Will & Trust
All callers looking to access counseling services will receive a telephonic assessment to ensure that short-term, solution-focused counseling is appropriate. If short-term services are not appropriate, Deer Oaks will coordinate with LLCC’s health insurance plans, for those who participate, for cases that require treatment under your health insurance benefit.
Lincoln Land Community College is committed to the health and well-being of its employees and their household members and encourage the utilization of this important benefit for health, wellness, financial fitness, and decreased daily stress. If you have any questions, please contact LLCC Human Resources.
Paula Luebbert, associate vice president, corporate and government training, was interviewed by the Springfield Business Journal about the new contact tracing training being offered at LLCC’s Capital City Training Center.
Michelle “Micki” Smith, LLCC Community Education drawing teacher, submitted the winning artwork, “Just Let Me Breathe,” for a Ralph Lauren national design contest. The story was covered in the State Journal-Register’s article, “Artist: Award-winning shirt design offers ‘element of hope,'” picked up by the Associated Press and reprinted in numerous papers around the country.
Congratulations to the LLCC women’s basketball All Decade Team (2010-2019)!
LLCC Finance reminds employees that they can bid on items being stored in surplus. These items may include desks, tables, chairs, file cabinets, rolling carts, couches and much more. There are always new items coming and going, so check the website often. Please note: employees are not allowed to bid on items during work hours. To view what is currently being auctioned, go to https://www.govdeals.com/LLCC.
Charlotte Warren, Ph.D., president, wrote the essay “Moving Forward into Fall 2020” for the State Journal-Register July 12.