Specific Programs

Agribusiness

Promotes student interest in agriculture and provides opportunities to use animal science skills. Assists in supporting and helping to improve the livestock judging teams of the college.

Advisors:
Grant Grebner – (309) 694-8443
Pete Fandel – (309) 694-5410

Association of Mathematics, Engineering and Science Student

The purpose of the association is to promote quality understanding of mathematics, engineering and science in a social atmosphere.

Advisors:
Steven Portscheller – (309) 694-8449
Ken Mellendorf – (309) 694-5359

Computer Information League – CompILe

The Computer Information League is dedicated to connecting Information Technology majors and those with interest through team projects and events.

Advisor:
Rafeeq Al Hashemi – (309) 694-5159

Diesel Power Equipment Technology (DPET)

Supports and assists students in the academic program and increases student opportunities to develop character confidence and other competencies in their work and as community leaders.

Advisor:
Colin Campbell

Horticulture Club

Promotes the profession of horticulture and encourages learning through experience. Provides opportunities for interaction among club members, other students, educators, and professional horticulturists.

Advisors:
Corinne Brown – (309) 694-8446

Future Business Leaders of America – Collegiate Level (formerly Phi Beta Lambda)

Future Business Leaders of America – Collegiate Level (formerly Phi Beta Lambda) is for students interested in business skills and leadership. As part of the national FBLA-Collegiate, our chapter participates in state and national competitions where students can earn monetary awards, attends leadership conferences, provides community services, holds fundraisers, and invites business guest speakers to our meetings. FBLA-Collegiate isn’t just another student group – it gives members the opportunity to learn, travel, and grow as a business professional. Employers are looking for students with essential skills. FBLA-Collegiate gives members the chance to gain these skills and prepares them for the “real-world” after college. Set yourself apart from the average graduate!

Advisors:
Raymond Kowalczyk
Scott Paulsen

For more information, email [email protected].

Sign Language Interpreters Growth and Networking Club (SIGN)

Promotes and raises public awareness of American Sign Language through study groups, workshops, field trips, silent weekends, athletic events, and various other events and functions.

SkillsUSA

SkillsUSA is a national organization serving 250,000 secondary and post-secondary students preparing for technology, trade, industrial and health occupations. The SkillsUSA Chapter at ICC will complement ICC training programs, including Graphic Arts and Diesel Powered Equipment Technology.

Advisor:
Kim Hawthorne – (309) 694-5297

Student Association for the Environment (SAFE)

Seeks to make students and the general public more environmentally aware.

Advisors:
Jennifer Fenner
Kristin Jacobson
Tom Haner

Think Big Power Club

The purpose of this organization shall be to allow members to interact at a professional level within the Caterpillar industry. Furthermore, members will conduct club activities in the interest of the college and community.

Advisors:
Xavier Gingerevans
Mark Matthews

Student Life

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