For those interested in a hands-on career, a Workforce 101 event is being held today from 5-8 p.m. Attendees can try their hands at construction, automotive technology, welding, culinary arts and hospitality, or aviation mechanics. Participants can roll up their sleeves to experience the kinds of work they would do on the job, and employers will be on hand to discuss careers in their industries. For more information, visit www.llcc.edu/workforce.
Main campus and LLCC Outreach Centers in Jacksonville and Beardstown are also hosting Rapid Enrollment Day events today. Students can get personalized enrollment assistance no matter where they are in the process. More information and registration are available at www.llcc.edu/rapid.
For those interested in a hands-on career, a Workforce 101 event will be held Wednesday, July 28 from 5-8 p.m. Attendees can try their hands at construction, automotive technology, welding, culinary arts and hospitality, or aviation mechanics. Participants can roll up their sleeves to experience the kinds of work they would do on the job, and employers will be on hand to discuss careers in their industries. More information and registration are available at www.llcc.edu/workforce.
Ron Riggle, head baseball coach and athletic director, was interviewed July 19 by WICS Sports about the new NIL rules on college sports. He was also interviewed July 20 on Sports Radio 1450 about the Illinois State Fair and how it helps LLCC’s athletic program through fundraising.
Sean Keeley, culinary specialist, is the author of today’s Epicuriosity 101 column in the State Journal-Register, “More Grilling Tips.”
Below are two new graphics you can use in your email signature.
The first one promotes Rapid Enrollment Days being held on July 27, 28 and 29, plus additional days at LLCC-Litchfield, LLCC-Taylorville and LLCC-Medical District. Students can get personalized assistance with enrollment no matter where they are in the process. When inserting the graphic into your signature, be sure to hyperlink it to https://www.llcc.edu/rapid.
The second one promotes the Workforce 101 event on July 28. Those looking to start or change careers can try their hands at a trade and meet employers. Hyperlink it to https://www.llcc.edu/workforce. Thank you!
With the success of the first Workforce 101 event on June 26, LLCC is inviting those interested in starting or changing careers to another Workforce 101 session on Wednesday, July 28.
Prospective students can try their hands at a trade and meet employers. Representatives will be on hand to assist students with and answer their questions about enrollment from 5-5:30 p.m. Sessions (5:30-8 p.m.) include construction, automotive technology, welding, culinary arts and hospitality management, and aviation mechanics.
At Workforce 101 sessions, prospective students will roll up their sleeves and get hands-on with the kinds of work they’d be doing on the job. They’ll learn about the program, what it’s like to learn in LLCC training labs, and employers will talk about careers in their industries, demand and wages.
Workforce 101 participants will receive fun Workforce Institute swag, and light refreshments will be available. All 101 sessions will be held at the Workforce Center except aviation mechanics, which is located at Abraham Lincoln Capital Airport. Registration for the event is available at www.llcc.edu/workforce.
Teens in the Boys and Girls Club of Central Illinois’ Career Launch program learned about welding, GIS and aviation at LLCC last week! They heard about these fields, careers and college opportunities from Aiden Tierney, Dean Butzow, Patrick Moore, Rashawn Jones and Mackenzie Bryant.
Below is a Workforce Institute graphic that can be used in your email signature. If you’re currently using the graphic that includes the June 26 Workforce 101 date, you’ll want to be sure to update to this one. When inserting the graphic into your signature, be sure to hyperlink it to https://www.llcc.edu/workforce. Thank you!
The first ever Workforce 101 event was held Saturday, June 26, from 9 a.m.-noon and 1-4 p.m. More than 50 prospective students tried out various trades with hands-on activities and met employers at the event. Students could choose up to two sessions from culinary, hospitality, aviation, HVACR, construction, welding and automotive technology.
View the following 30-second video, promoting the Workforce Institute at LLCC and the Workforce 101 event that will be held June 26! At the event, future students can try their hands at various trades and meet employers. The video is being shared on the LLCC website, social media and local TV.