Laurie Lewis-Fritz, instructor of music, has been elected the first president of the Central Illinois Chapter of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (CILNATS). Founded in 1944, the National Association of Teachers of Singing, Inc. is the largest professional association of teachers of singing in the world with more than 7,000 members in the United States, Canada and more than 35 other countries. Its mission is to advance excellence in singing through teaching, performance, scholarship and research.
Sara Waller, LLCC student and PRM student worker, shows students around campus for the summer session in this TikTok video!
@lincolnlandcommcollege Meet LLCC student Sara as she shows you around campus for the summer session! ☀️ ##summer ##highered ##communitycollege ##loggers ##foryourpage♬ original sound – Lincoln Land CC
Extra “Driven to Succeed” commencement T-shirts are available at the Information Desk in A. Lincoln Commons. Employees at Outreach Centers can email email@example.com if they would like one delivered. The following sizes are available: Small – 7; Medium – 12; No larges; XL – 2; 2XL – 5; 3XL – 3; 4XL – 4; 5XL – 1.
Also, LLCC-Medical District has a number of promotional items (water bottles, hand sanitizer, pill boxes, pens, phone cords and first aid kits) with the former Capital City Training Center logo to give away; these are also available at the Information Desk.
LLCC Public Relations and Marketing thanks everyone who joined us in greeting and assisting students in A. Lincoln Commons during Welcome Week. It would not have been possible without these volunteers who took time out of their busy days to help over 80 students get a great start to the summer semester!
Volunteers who helped with Welcome Week included: Alex Berry, Micaela Childress, Laurie Clemons, Barb Eades, Richard Hayes, Claire Heffron-McKinney, T’Keya Hicks, Asia Jackson, Leslie Johnson, Jamie McCoy, Leanne Roseberry, Kyle Roughan, Carley Young and Kim Young.
The performance evaluation process has been changed and a new system has been implemented to conduct performance management electronically. Below is a link to a training session with an overview of the new performance management process and a demonstration of the new system. The Performance Management User Guide can be downloaded off of the HR Portal page in the Performance Evaluations section. If you have any questions or need one-on-one assistance, please contact Nicole Ralph.
The LLCC Human Resources office is advertising for a nursing skills lab professional. Full details on this and all other open positions can be viewed on the HR employment page.
Nancy Sweet, dean, Workforce Institute, wrote the essay “Now is the time to consider a career in the trades” for the State Journal-Register June 13 edition.
We invite you to join us on Thursday, July 1 at the Springfield Sliders home game. You can pick up two FREE tickets by stopping by the VP Office Suite in Menard Hall to see Gailyn Draper, Amy Williams or Julie Eason. Gates open at 5:35 p.m. Game time is 6:35 p.m.
Hope to see you there!
Dr. Carmen Allen, professor of computer science, authored chapter 10, “Persistence and Completion: Solutions for the Classroom,” in the newly published Rowman and Littlefield book “Enhancing Performance: A Best Practices Guide for Innovations in Community Colleges.” The book provides a collection of essays from leaders across the country addressing challenges facing today’s community colleges and providing practical, successful solutions their institutions have implemented.
Dr. Carmen Allen was a guest on the WTAX program “Morning Newswatch” on June 9, speaking about LLCC’s cybersecurity certificate program.