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This car show will include Customs, Antiques, Classics, Muscle, Hot Rods, and Special Interest Cars, Trucks, and Motorcycles of all vintages.
Welding, moped driving, bang cutting and basket making - all are being taught throughout the fall.
MCC will be celebrating it's 85th year on September 27 and you're invited.
The first in a series of seminars for the Conservation Biology class and is open to all who are interested as well.
This class is designed for beginners who want to explore some of the methods, materials and expressive aspects of painting within a college setting.
CCC is hosting a Social Service Agency Information Fair on Wednesday, September 17.
CCC has been called out by student Janet Freeman to complete the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Register now for classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Upcoming cooking classes from EICC cover a wide range of topics.
Help us win $7,500 for a new community garden next to SCC's West Davenport Center.
The EICC Board of Trustees has approved a Letter of Intent (LOI) to explore a public-private development partnership with Restoration St. Louis. The proposed project enables EICC to create a full-service urban campus to be located within several downtown Davenport buildings.
Upcoming cooking classes from EICC include a variety of cultures and even an Ethnic Market Trip to Chicago.
EICC will be offering the online class, Elementary Chinese, for the first time this semester.
CCC's Maquoketa Center offers a wide range of both college credit and short-term continuing education classes.
Clinton and Muscatine Community Colleges are hosting open house for one of their newest programs, Engineering Technology.
Upcoming cooking classes include a contrast of old fashioned meat and potatoes along with light and healthy menus.
Tour our facility, find out about our technical career programs and meet our faculty.
Mongolian beef, grilled chicken, paella, burgers and spaghetti are all on the menu of upcoming cooking classes from EICC.
Hard as it is to believe, the summer is slipping by quickly and the start of fall classes is just a few short weeks away.
Outdoor screenings of Captain America 2: The Winter Soldier will be shown at all three of our campuses.
The college is offering the discount for students who have been considering starting college but haven't made the decision to move forward.
Scott Community College has created two new initiatives for those who are able to attend classes only at night.
Four Muscatine Community College (MCC) alumni and current Muscatine middle school educators are working to make schools a safer place.
EICC has a number of classes designed for senior citizens interested in a new active this month.
Upcoming cooking classes from EICC take a quite varied path in the next couple of weeks.
Warm weather and sunshine is finally here. Schools are finishing up for the summer. Now is the time to think about what comes next.
SCC is pleased to announce that Dr. Rod Risley, Executive Director of Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society, will serve as keynote speaker for this year's commencement ceremonies.
Two students at the West Davenport Center have been named winners in a national essay contest for mothers in school.
Cooking classes based on popular books and movies are among the offerings coming up from EICC.
EICC has a number of short-term computer classes coming up in May.
Zombie Survival, Hunger Games, Culinary Skills and Healthy Lifestyles are just four of the camps being offered this summer.
Both college students home for the summer and high school graduates preparing to begin college in the fall will take advantage of EICC summer classes to get a jump on their education.
Water, living so close to the mightiest river in the country we think we know all about it. And while we do know a lot about it, there is much more to learn.
EICC is offering golfers an opportunity for a good time, great food and a wealth of prizes while helping support the colleges' work with area fire fighters, law enforcement and other emergency responders.
Cookies, scones, beans and jams are among the wide variety of upcoming cooking classes offered by EICC.
An EICC faculty member and a student advisor brought home the top awards from this year's Iowa Community College Online Consortium state conference.
Without question, Doug Peacock has led an immensely interesting life.
Manufacturing jobs are available for those who look for them. The BTC is helping in that search with its upcoming Advanced Manufacturing Career Fair, April 29
LaDrina Wilson, Assistant Director of Enrollment and Customer Service at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges, has been named the 2014 Young Professional of the Year.
Iowa Poet Laureate Mary Swander will be appearing on April 15 from 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.
SCC will be hosting its annual career fair from 9:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., April 23. The event is open to the public
Hold onto your Bundts or Freeze It & Forget It, are just two of the April cooking classes.
Monique Coleman will be appearing in a free April 8 event at the Davenport River Center.
EICC is inviting students and families to its April 4 Visit Day at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.
The Blong Technology Center is hosting an upcoming Career Fair for Advanced Manufacturing, we're hoping to connect you with the job opportunity or skills training you are looking for!
Ray Young Bear was born in Iowa in 1950. Growing up on the Meskwaki Tribal Settlement near Tama he began writing poetry as a teenager in his native language and translating them into English.
Four students from Eastern Iowa Community Colleges were recently honored as Emerging Women Leaders.
The old Search for Sections has been replaced with a new Class Schedule!
EICC in partnership with ed2go, has released a new online course, "Photoshop Creative Cloud (CC) for the Digital Photographer."
As the weather seems to be turning the corner to warmer days, people are looking for new ways to get out of the house.
Don't wait to file your 2014-15 FAFSA! Free help will be available to students and parents during the week of March 2 at the following locations:
EICC is inviting students and families to its March 7 Visit Day at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.
These QC area students were named to the President's and Dean's Lists for the 2013 Fall semester.
The SBDC is partnering with several local organizations in conducting the first-ever Quad Cities Fast Pitch Competition.
Muscatine Community College is closed today, February 17, due to the weather.
EICC has a number of upcoming cooking classes that will warm up even the coldest body.
It's that time of year when high school seniors traditionally begin to finalize plans for the next step in their lives after graduation.
EICC has more than 1,000 upcoming college credit classes available for students.
Stop by and talk to us about career programs, job skills training, financial aid, and more