The Peoria Journal Star recently featured ICC’s collaboration with District 150 and the Peoria Fire Dept. to give students at Woodruff Career and Technical Center training in Emergency Medical Responder coursework. Visit the Journal Star‘s website to read the article: http://www.pjstar.com/news/20161208/new-woodruff-program-aims-to-create-pipeline-for-fire-department
Photo courtesy iBi. Each December, InterBusiness Issues (iBi) highlights area women who are making a difference in their community for the “Women of Influence” Forum. This year Peoria Magazines featured ICC’s own, Dr. Sheila Quirk-Bailey, in the magazine’s special edition. Read the article on the Peoria Magazines website. The 2016 Women of Influence half-day forum… read more
Students: Browse the selection of interview- and work-appropriate items recently donated by ICC employees: Mon., Nov. 14 through Wed., Nov. 16 11 am to 1:30 pm Third Floor Student Lounge, East Peoria Campus The Career Clothing Collection is sponsored by the ICC Chautauqua Service Association (formerly the American Association of Women in Community Colleges). All… read more
AgriNews recently featured the Diesel Powered Equipment Technology Program and interviewed Professor Mike Daugherty for the article “Ag Dealerships Assist ICC Program.” Visit the AgriNews website to read the article online.
50+ News and Views Magazine recently published two stories related to ICC in their September 2016 edition. Here is the link to the September edition online. On page 13, the magazine published an article we submitted in response to their inquiries about the Silver Sneakers Program at the Fitness Center. On page 23, there is… read more
ICC hosted approximately 200 high school students for its 42nd Annual Power Show on Tues., Oct. 11. Cars, trucks, heavy equipment, and race vehicles were on display, and participants learned about career opportunities in the automotive and diesel industries from Southern Illinois University Automotive Technology Program Chair Michael Behrmann. Students participated in automotive skills contests,… read more
Twenty-two ICC EMS Club students participated in a disaster drill in Woodford County at Eureka College on Sat., Oct. 8. The drill simulated a tornado touchdown with resulting injuries and fatalities. Students exhibited simulated wounds with various levels of severity and were positioned on the Eureka College campus for triage and treatment by Woodford and Tazewell… read more
The collaboration between ICC, District 150 and Peoria Fire Department to give local students a taste of what it’s like to work as a first responder recently was featured on WEEK-TV. To read the story online, visit the WEEK/WHOI website.
Recently, the Peoria Journal Star interviewed Fire Science Program Coordinator Greg Walters for a story on how the events of 9/11 are portrayed in the classroom. To read the story online, visit the Peoria Journal Star website.