In accordance with the Illinois Flag Display Act and upon notice from Governor Quinn’s office, all ICC United States and state flags will be flown at half-staff from sunrise on Thursday, April 10, until sunset on Saturday, April 12, on behalf of Sergeant Timothy Owens, United States Army, from Effingham, Ill.
It’s a beautiful day! Join the ICC Children’s Center staff and children today in the courtyard around 11 am for some bubble blowing and chalk drawing! We are celebrating Week of the Young Child with a learning walk and this community activity! ICC Children’s Center joins many other centers in their own communities by bringing attention to quality child care and early education programs.
Celebrate Week of the Young Children with the ICC Children’s Center children and staff today at 10:50 in the Courtyard! The Center will be finishing a learning walk, as they join other early childhood programs from throughout the area, each celebrating childhood play and learning in high quality settings in their own neighborhoods! We will meet to blow bubbles and play. Please join us!
The capital investment will be used towards funding a new Sustainability Center located near Route 24 on the ICC – East Peoria Campus. ICC President John Erwin thanked the Governor and credited the ICC Board of Trustees for their continued support of capital projects to advance the college’s educational mission. read more
In celebration of National Library Week, the ICC Library will be hosting an edible book festival at East Peoria and Downtown locations.
For more information visit: http://libguides.icc.edu/ediblebookfest
All employees are encouraged to attend this workshop on diversity and hiring at ICC. This workshop is required for any employee who plans to be involved in selecting future ICC employees. Employees who have previously served on a hiring committee are encouraged to participate in this revised workshop.
At the conclusion of this workshop, participants will be able to do the following:
1. Explain ICC’s Diversity Pledge & Blueprint for the Future
2. Define unconscious bias and identify at least two ways it might impact the workplace
3. Define each role within the search committee
4. Identify and apply the appropriate do’s and don’ts of the interview process
Sessions are scheduled for:
Friday, April 25, from 9 am – 12:30 pm, Hickory 131, North Campus (Registration deadline is April 22)
Wednesday, May 7, 4:45 – 8:30 pm, Room CC208, East Peoria Campus (Registration deadline is May 2)
Space is limited for both sessions. To register contact email@example.com or Ext. 8908. Please indicate which session you are registering for.
ICC faculty, staff, and students are invited to attend a press conference at 2:30pm in the ICC – East Peoria Campus : Student Lounge.
The ICC community extends its sympathy to Sue Franzen (Library) on the loss of her mother.
To provide positive experiences for our students and the ICC community as a whole, employees must work together. The goal of this workshop is to help employees identify strategies to build trust and teamwork, review ICC’s guidelines for employee behavior, and set goals to enhance a positive culture.
The workshop is scheduled for Tuesday, April 22 from 12:30 – 2 pm in AIT Room 203, East Peoria Campus.
Space is limited. To reserve your spot, RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org or 694-8908.
This workshop is part of the ICC Leadership Series. To learn more about the series visit the Instructional Innovation website.
The Theatre Program presents eight performances of the suspenseful thriller Humpty Dumpty between April 18 and April 27 in the Performing Arts Center Studio Theatre on the East Peoria Campus. Performances begin at 7:30 pm, except on Sunday, April 27, when the event starts at 2:30 pm. There are no performances April 20 or 21.
Humpty Dumpty is about precarious things, such as how dependent we have become on technology and the huge infrastructure that surrounds us. So when two self-absorbed couples on a vacation from high-pressure jobs are dropped in a posh backwoods getaway and cut off from the power grid, shells begin to crack and fear takes over. Could it be a terrorist attack? Could it be the end of the world? These four, like Humpty Dumpty, are going to have a great fall.
This play is rated R for adult situations and language.
Cast members include Hannah Gidcumb of Tremont, Ryan Groves of Carlock, Logan Henderson of Normal, Ethan Johnson of Edelstein and Arianna Morgan of Bellevue.
Humpty Dumpty was written by Eric Bogosian. The ICC production is directed by Robin Berkley.
Tickets for the performance are $7 for the general public and $5 for students and seniors.
Tickets can be purchased online by visiting www.ArtsAtICC.com or by calling the Box Office at Ext. 5136.