Marion County 40 & 8 Voiture 516 and Kaskaskia College Associate Degree Nursing Program are proud to announce that nursing student Cailey Maxey of Centralia was recently awarded a $500 scholarship to assist her with her studies financially.
Kaskaskia College Teacher Education Professor Erin Landers was honored and awarded a ten-year pin for her service as the KC chapter advisor for the Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society.
The Kaskaskia College Main Campus will be closing the HB and L buildings on Friday, October 7, 2022, due to construction requirements related to the college’s renovation projects.
Kaskaskia College engineering students completed an annual trash pickup along their adopted stretch of Highway 50 between Shattuc and Sandoval on September 22.
Recently, students from Little Egypt CEO, Bond County CEO, Clinton County CEO, and Fayette County CEO visited Kaskaskia College to participate in a business-focused activity led by KC Culinary Arts Coordinator Chef Robert Rhymes and KC Assistant Professor of Business Connor Pollmann.
The Kaskaskia College Board of Trustees met Monday, September 26, 2022, for its regular monthly meeting. Board members included Bill Hawley (Odin), Linda Stover (Centralia), Laura Wedekemper (Shattuc), Louis Kalert (Centralia), and Alyssa Lurkins (Student Trustee). Jeff Brown (Greenville) was absent.
Kaskaskia College students in the Residential/Commercial Wiring Program will now receive first-hand experience and training with a new model electric system constructed by Clinton County Electric (CCEC).
Kaskaskia College Electrical Program students, under the tutelage of KC Professor Mark Litteken, partnered with Central Community High School and the Clinton County Farm Bureau to bring the goal of adding a new greenhouse to fruition.
Over 30 fine arts scholarships were awarded at the Kaskaskia College Friends of the Fine Arts (KCFFA) annual meeting. The college awarded 30 activity scholarships to KC art, music, and theater students, while KCFFA awarded five scholarships.
Over the years, Kaskaskia College’s Dairy Judging Team has developed an incredible reputation for success. That success continues for its 2022-23 Team, which recently competed in the All-American Dairy Show in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, from September 17 through 21.
Kaskaskia College Automotive Students recently completed the NC3 Snap-on Multimeter Certification.
The Kaskaskia College Music Department will present its annual Fall Instrumental Concert on Tuesday, October 4, 2022, at 7:30 PM in Kaskaskia College’s Jane Knight Auditorium.
Kaskaskia College’s Department of Workforce Development and Community Education is offering 17 courses during October at the district’s education centers.
Empathy is a powerful skill in healthcare. It is not only the ability to understand another person’s feelings, but it is also about understanding what they are going through to help them feel better.
The Kaskaskia College Workforce Development and Community Education Department will offer a Forklift Driver Certification class on Thursday, October 27, at the Crisp Technology Center in Centralia.