Kaskaskia College is pleased to announce Joe and Sally Wojtowicz of Breese has donated $500 to the Nashville Education Center Campaign.
Joe Wojtowicz, retired Postmaster of Nashville Post Office says, “We are pleased to be able to contribute to this great cause. As a former postmaster in Nashville, we are excited that Kaskaskia College will have such a presence in Washington County. All three of my children attended Kaskaskia and my daughter Cathy Karrick has been an employee of the College for thirty years.”
As part of its capital campaign master plan, Kaskaskia College plans to expand the Nashville Education Center from its current location with 3,500 square feet of leased space to a building to be constructed at Route 127 and Exchange Avenue with 12,000 square feet of instructional and community space.
The new center will include classrooms and Nursing and Science laboratories, along with computer class rooms and a Distance Learning classroom. The highlight of the spaces will be a block of four classrooms that can be opened up into one large space that can accommodate seating for 108 at tables or 246 in open seating, which will allow for larger gatherings and seminars. The new building will also have an open computer lab for community as well as student use, and three Business Incubator offices that will house three small business startups, with technology and administrative help for prospective entrepreneurs.