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The SCC Environmental Club is hosting our annual Movie Night Fundraiser on Wednesday, Nov. 18th at 6 -9 p.m. in the Student Life Center on the Belmont Campus. Pizza, popcorn and refreshments will be served and a silent auction will be held during the event.
While it's cooling off outside, the kitchens at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges are heating up with a variety of upcoming cooking classes.
The Iowa Energy Center's Speaker Series is coming to the Quad Cities on November 11. The featured speaker will be Carol Werner, Executive Director of the Environmental and Energy Study Institute (EESI). She will be speaking on Energy: Why Our Choices Matter.
The search is on to find hot jobs around the Quad Cities, especially jobs you can get right out of a trade school or two-year program, that are available and pay well.
Spring/Summer 2016 registration is right around the corner.
An October 13 KWQC-TV6 drew attention to the serious demand for Sign Language Interpreters in the Quad Cities region.
Scott Community College's Fall play starts November 6.
The center will be hosting an open house from 1 - 4 p.m. on October 29 to provide people an opportunity to look through the building and learn more about continuing their education.
Now is the time for high school students to start exploring where they will be going next fall.
Learn how your credits transfer to Iowa, Iowa State and UNI.
Due to system maintenance EICConnect and Ebridge will be unavailable on Friday, October 2, 2015 from 9 p.m. -11 p.m. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges formally announced this morning a $6 million capital campaign for its proposed downtown Urban Center and a scholarship fund for Scott Community College students.
Columbus set sail on a voyage of discovery, exploring for new wealth more than 600 years ago. There's a more practical way of doing that today, earning a college education.
With our upcoming Career Fair and Trends in Manufacturing event, we're hoping to connect you with the job opportunity or skills training you are looking for!
Build yourself a better future with a career in Manufacturing and Engineering Technology. Stop by to meet with faculty, tour our facility.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges invites students and families to its September 18 Visit Day at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges. The event begins at 9 a.m. at each campus.
Salsa, sushi, pie, pickles, pasta and more are included in the upcoming food classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
The three colleges, all part of the Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC), invite everyone to the free event on October 10 with the show beginning at sunset.
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.
A WQAD-TV Channel 8 report on Tuesday, August 25, emphasized the need for nurses in the area. The report told of how Genesis Health System is looking internationally to find nurses to fill local demand.
All students registered for Fall classes and their families are invited to a special Welcome Back event.
Photography, tomatoes, mixology, a Chicago bus trip and more are all part of the upcoming food classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Doris Swanson has been named recipient of the Iowa Association of Community College Trustees (IACCT) Iowa Outstanding Support Staff Award.
Dinosaurs will soon be roaring across the campuses at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.
With the month of August well under way that means start of fall classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) can't be far behind.
Scott Community College's Kahl Educational Center, 326 W. Third Street, will be closed Tuesday and Wednesday, July 28 and 29, for various repairs, tune-ups and clean-ups. The building will be ready to go and open again for business bright and early on Thursday, July 30. Thanks for your patience. If you have questions during this time please give our main campus a call at 563-441-4000.
Potatoes, pies, cookies, burgers, a class for those who don't have time to cook and a Chicago bus trip are all part of the upcoming food classes at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Start your college education at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) is offering the Emergency Medical Technician Course this Fall.
Whether you're interested in a career driving the big rigs, one repairing those large diesel engines, or maybe something in a different direction, Eastern Iowa Community Colleges can get you there with training in more than 50 career areas.
The University of Iowa will host a second round of Venture School, a six-week startup accelerator for entrepreneurs, in the Quad Cities this fall.
Mystically Moroccan makes Moroccan and Middle Eastern dishes easy.
EICC has scheduled a July 9 evening information session to help people make those final decisions about starting their college education, what program to choose, how to pay for tuition and more.
The EICC Board of Trustees meeting tonight has been moved to the SCC Urban Center.
Lots of great cooking classes are waiting for you in the next couple of weeks, for just $19.
Scott County Regional Authority commits $250,000 to new downtown campus.
Learn more about the pollination issues our world faces today.
Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges will be hosting free outdoor movies
Riverboat Development Authority gives half million dollar commitment to colleges Urban Campus project.
Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges will offer live streaming video of commencement ceremonies.
There's a lot of Italian, as well as ribs and steaks, heating up the kitchens next month.
Nine EICC retirees receive Emeritus status for outstanding service.
The public is invited to the center's Open House and graduation registration session.
Cooking classes have a little bit of everything.
Annual golf tournament is June 3. Open to everyone.
The public career fairs at Eastern Iowa Community College's Blong Technology Center have become a popular event for employers and job seekers alike.
Beer can chicken, the secrets of top chefs and a special Mother's Day gift are just a few of the cooking classes coming up from the kitchens at Eastern Iowa Community Colleges.
Elevate is offering 15 Scholarships ($500) to Iowa high school seniors interested in studying a manufacturing-related career at one of Iowa's Community Colleges.
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.
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.