Thanks to help from the Eastern Iowa Small Business Development Center, in just six months a new Quad Cities business has stretched its wings from coast to coast with a sales force in five different states. On top of that, it recently grabbed the top prize at Pitch and Grow, an entrepreneurial competition in Cedar Falls.
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The kitchens at EICC have just the right classes lined up for Easter and the warmer weather ahead.
We're excited to announce that Werner Restoration Services is the new title sponsor of our annual Midwest Center for Public Safety Training (MCPST) Golf Outing.
Water quality is one of the most important environmental issues facing Iowa today. But understanding the many different issues and aspects involved in it can be difficult.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad formally announced on Friday (March 6) that Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has been designated a Home Base Iowa Certified Academic Military Partner (CHAMP).
Our Engineering Technology television commercial received the top prize from the Cedar Rapids/Iowa City American Advertising Federation annual awards.
The trip will take in shops that sell kitchen wares, spices, baked goods, olive oil and everything else a gourmand would want.
The kitchens at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges are warming up with a number of hands-on cooking classes in the coming weeks.
More than 4,000 high school students completed college credit classes with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) this past year.
The kitchen at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges has something for everyone in coming weeks.
It's never been easier and more convenient to transfer community college credits to one of the state universities.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges will once again have a booth at the Quad City Times Career Fair and we'd love to see you there.
It's that time of year when high school seniors traditionally begin to finalize plans for the next step in their lives after graduation. What most of them are learning is that, in today's world students need more than a high school education.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Continuing Education Department offers many cooking classes to help people warm up during this cold weather.
Now , more than ever, it's important for college students and their families to apply for federal financial aid. The forms necessary to do so can seem a bit intimidating but they don't have to be.
The colleges’ 12-week session begins this coming Monday, February 16, and the 8-week session begins March 23.
Finding and applying for college scholarships can be a lot of work, especially if the student and their parents have never done it before.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges invites students and families to its January 30 Visit Day at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges. The event begins at 9 a.m. at each campus.
Clinton's Bickelhaupt Arboretum has officially been donated to Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) and will become a part of EICC's Clinton Community College.
Except for that one bad week, our winter weather has been pretty tolerable. That provides people the opportunity to get out of the house and possibly take advantage of the many cooking classes offered by EICC.
The Independent Order of Odd Fellows - American Lodge 567 has secured a lasting legacy in the community with new scholarships for Clinton Community College students through an endowment with the Paul B. Sharar Foundation.
To help students with busy weekday schedules, all three colleges have set a special Saturday registration session on January 10.
SCC is unveiling Sonography as it newest program with an open house and information session on January 8.
The Clinton Police Department and Clinton Community College will again partner to offer the Citizen Police Academy (CPA) from February 5 - April 30, 2015.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Continuing Education Department kicks off the new year with a number of January cooking classes.
If finding a new career is on your list of New Year's resolutions, then EICC might just have the answer in its many different Advanced Manufacturing programs.
Venture School, an intense six-week program for entrepreneurs, is coming to the Quad Cities in March 2015. The program increases the chances of startup success and accelerates the timeline to launch, all through experiential learning activities including customer research, insight from experienced entrepreneurs, and workshops.
We are excited to welcome Lifetime Peace Educator and Activist, Vistoria Christgau as the keynote speaker at this year's MLK Celebration event.
Join Clinton Community College Student Senate on a Bus Trip to Chicago for a day of shows, museums, or shopping.
It's the holidays and we're giving away a free class (three-credit hour) to one lucky winner.
Spring registration is underway at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC). The spring semester begins January 20 and students are encouraged to register now to ensure they get the classes they want at the times they want them.
- Clinton High School won top honors in the 30th Annual Academic Quiz Bowl hosted by Clinton Community College on Thursday.
The following athletes were recognized as all-conference for the fall 2014 soccer season.
Cooks looking for one last unique treat to make in the kitchen this holiday season have two classes to take advantage of from Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Muscatine Community College has joined the growing ranks of local employers to earn the designation of Blue Zones Worksite.
College students interested in picking up a few additional credit hours during the winter break have an online option available to them thanks to Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' (EICC) Winterim session.
The Clinton Community College Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society has again collected holiday and greeting cards for our troops during the fall 2014 semester.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is partnering with the Quad Cities Chamber to bring the University of Iowa's Venture School to the Quad Cities. Presented by the U of I's John Pappajohn Entrepreneurial Center, Venture School is an intense six-week program for entrepreneurs that mimics the pace of a real startup.
This is the 41st year that CCC has offered these performances for the community as part of the Quad Cities Arts, a program that strives to make the program accessible to people of all walks of life, including students, seniors, and working people.
EICC is joining with community colleges across the country in a Plus 50 Initiative helping those over 50 years old to attend college.
Foods from the southern United States and Russia as well as holiday treats are among the upcoming cooking classes in Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' kitchens.
The seventh annual College Invitational opens at the Figge Art Museum on Saturday in the Mary Waterman Gildehaus Community Gallery.
The college is offering the discount for students who have been considering starting college but haven't made the decision to move forward.
MCC is hosting a Community Resources Fair on November 11 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. The Resource Fair will be held on campus in Strahan Hall.
Scott Community College (SCC) President Teresa Paper today informed the college family of the passing of SCC's first President, Don Foreman.
Dr. Sanjun Gu will present The Solar Plastic Greenhouse: What Can We Learn from the Chinese Farmers? at Scott Community College's Belmont Campus in room 1501 from 4 - 5:25 p.m. on November 5.
EICC is hosting the Seek the Middle Ground: Bridging the Divide from Military to Civilian 2015 Veterans Conference.
Hungarian food, cannolis, Thanksgiving leftovers and even a photography session are included in the upcoming cooking classes in Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' kitchens.
The Nursing Club will host the annual SPOOKTACULAR on Wednesday, October 29 from 5:00 - 8:00 p.m.
Approximately 40 students from the Manufacturing Academy and Engineering classes at Maquoketa High School had the unique opportunity Tuesday to hear from Wes Merryman, CEO of Precision Metal Works (PMW) in Maquoketa.
Manufacturing jobs are available for those who look for them. Eastern Iowa Community College's Blong Technology Center (BTC) is helping in that search with its upcoming Advanced Manufacturing Career Fair, October 28, from 3 - 6 p.m.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges is hosting a College Ready event on October 29.
The Nahant Marsh Education Center officially broke ground this morning on a new 1,600-square-foot expansion. The expansion allows the center to increase its educational activities with the addition of a large classroom, additional restrooms and storage space.
Tuesday October 21st will be our annual Kick it to Cancer Soccer game.
Scott Community College's Theatre Department will present The Amish Project, October 23 - 26.
The Nahant Marsh Education Center invites the public to join it in groundbreaking on a new 1,600 foot addition. The groundbreaking will take place on Monday, October 20, beginning at 10 a.m.
Two Scott Community College instructors, Dr. Nnachi Umennachi and Dr. Jonathan Ikoba, will be participating in the World Affairs Council of the Quad Cities second lecture of the 2014-2015 Fellowship Lecture Series.
Many people are unaware of the vast amount of wildlife and conservation areas that inhabit Clinton County and the importance of these areas.
The fall chill is in the air but it's warming up in Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' kitchens with several cooking class options.
The Annual Meeting of the Clinton Community College Paul B. Sharar Foundation was held recently with a recognition of members of the Chancellor's Society and President's and Deans' Clubs.