To celebrate the month, and give people a taste of the college's many continuing education classes, the college is offering a number of classes entirely free.
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It's never too late to start something great. EICC's new Degree Plan for Working Adults is designed specifically for adults who are ready to start the path to a college education.
Trivia Night helps to raise funds for the Nahant Marsh Education Center and Friends of Nahant Marsh.
America's SBDC Iowa (SBDC) is pleased to announce that Joel Youngs, regional director of the Eastern Iowa SBDC, Davenport, has achieved certification in the Certified Business Advisor® (CBA) program.
Student designers enrolled in the Graphic Arts Technology Program at Clinton Community College earned local honors at the annual American Advertising Awards gala on Feb. 15 in Cedar Rapids, including the Student Best of Show award.
Basic life support classes to be offered in Clinton and Muscatine.
Our students come with dreams and entrust us with helping to make those dreams a reality. We feel much more than an obligation to bring dreams alive, they become our dreams as well.
Sometimes a chance meeting is all someone needs to change their life. For Claudy Pierre-Charles, that moment came during a shared coke on a Haitian beach. From that single conversation blossomed an opportunity the second-year Scott Community College Auto Tech student never could have imagined.
A focus on community is prevalent in everything Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) does. Recently it has been on display more than ever, with Clinton Community College (CCC) offering new classes focused on Chinese language, culture and even cooking.
EICC is continuously announcing new and different articulation (formal transfer) agreements with other colleges. Both the University of Iowa and Purdue University Global signed such agreements in just the last few months.
There is just something special about breathing new life and purpose into what often looks like a big pile of metal.
Redemer Gbeddeh settles into the driver’s seat, taking a deep breath as he starts the engine. The machine roars to life… he tries to remember how to shift into gear. Before he knows it, he is on the road and traffic is picking up.
EICC is throwing the doors open and inviting people to learn more about healthcare careers and the many highly regarded programs the college offers.
By day, CCC Instructor Ryan Welch teaches students the ins and outs of biology, plant biology and environmental science. By night, he takes that knowledge and applies it to his favorite pastime: craft brewing.
There are a few things in life considered large milestones. From high school and college graduations to finding that first job to…you guessed it…buying your first home.
As with nearly all new technologies, 3D printing has gone from a mere concept a couple of decades ago, used by a very limited number of individuals and companies, to an everyday part of today's modern manufacturing world. It's even finding its way into use in everyday life and by many amateur hobbyists.
In addition to sleek new buildings packed with the latest in state-of-the-art equipment, students now have an added incentive to enroll in classes at Scott Community College's (SCC) new downtown Davenport Urban Campus, a $1,000 one.
Temporary No Parking will go into effect on 2, 3 and 4 Streets in the Downtown between Gaines and E River Dr beginning at 5 p.m. Monday, February 4 through 7 a.m., Tuesday, February 5th for a Snow Emergency Declaration. No other areas in the city are affected by this Snow Emergency.
Due to the dangerous weather conditions, we have decided on the following closures. They will apply to SCC, CCC, and MCC.
Winter is hitting the Quad Cities hard this year. James Lyon, Automotive/Diesel Technology Instructor at Scott Community gave us some great tips for your automobile this winter.
EICC is excited to announce three new options for students pursuing their High School Equivalency (HSE) Diploma.
Eastern Iowa Community College Information Technology education department will be hosting a Women in Information Technology conference on March 29, 2019 on our Urban Campus in Downtown Davenport.
Nahant Marsh Education Center's first annual Oberholtzer Awards will be held at Modern Woodmen Park from 9:30 a.m. - Noon. Charity Nebbe will be the keynote speaker. Online registration is available at Eventbrite.
It's that time of year when high school seniors traditionally begin finalizing 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.
Talent Link will utilize the Career Cruising system to capture information about work-based learning opportunities so that local students, schools and organizations can easily access connections that bring learning to the real world, and take students into business and industry.
EICC is introducing a new Hybrid Certified Nurse Aide program, allowing students to earn their CNA with less time in the classroom.
The University of Iowa College of Nursing and EICC have entered into an exciting new agreement, allowing EICC nursing graduates to seamlessly transfer to the University of Iowa (UI) and complete their Bachelors of Nursing Science (BSN) degree in a year and a half.
EICC will again this year host its popular Plant Yourself in STEM event.
Two new scholarship programs provide up to $1,000 per semester for qualifying full-time students, $500 for part-time students.
Nahant Marsh Education Center will be offering a number of new classes beginning in February.
EICC's Degree Plan for Working Adults is designed specifically for adults who are ready to start the path to a college education.
A little self-belief can go a long way. At least that’s the way Jennifer Zamora sees it.
That’s because he’s part of a new billboard campaign that is the brainchild of a consortium of Quad Cities area colleges.
Using the skills of Quad City artist, Joel Ryser from Hot Glass, the college will create a one-of-a-kind wall of glass art handcrafted by SCC Veteran students in dedication to their fellow soldiers who have fallen to suicide.
In between working 48 plus hours a week at Exelon and fulfilling his role as dad and husband to his wife and two daughters, Marvin Christiansen spends his free time at the Blong Technology Center working toward an Associate’s Degree in Engineering Technology.
A big part of our community is our caring and devoted faculty and staff. This year, EICC welcomed 42 new faces to campus, including 18 new faculty members.
“Who is going to want to hire somebody at 55?” That was one of the first thoughts that popped into Nancy Speck’s mind.
Sorry for shouting, but we wanted to make sure we got your attention. If you, your daughter or son, are planning to attend classes next year, it’s important you complete the FAFSA.
Rob Schadt is the Career Services Coordinator for CCC, here are his top five tips for student job seekers.
Nestled on a hillside in East Davenport, EICC Chancellor Don Doucette’s yard provides a small oasis for him and his wife, Lynn Drazinski.
Some gold medalists run, jump or tumble their way to the podium, others take a different approach.
For local farmers, fall is a mix of long, hard hours, team work, technology, beauty and passion. Otherwise known as: Harvest.
Learn about the Registered Apprenticeship opportunities available in the Quad-Cities on November 14.
Learn how to make gifts from your kitchen with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' cooking classes. There are nine classes being offered in November.
EICC has long been a national leader with its Advanced Technology Environmental Education Center (ATEEC), but that didn’t happen overnight.
It's never too late to start something great. Learn more online or in person, Nov. 14.
Registration for our spring session is now open for returning students.
A heartfelt congratulations goes out to one of our own, Marv Smith, who was recently named the Iowa Association for Lifelong Learning (IALL) Outstanding Adult Educator for 2018.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges' Continuing Education Department invites everyone to join the "Poets and Painters of the Prairies" tour to the Muscatine Musser Art Center.
More than 60 colleges, universities and technical schools will assemble in St. Ambrose University's Rogalski Center, 518 W. Locust St., Davenport, on October 8 for the area's largest college fair.
The college joins a global effort of businesses, government agencies, colleges and universities, associations, nonprofit organizations and individuals to promote the awareness of online safety and privacy.
Area residents can get an inside look at that relationship on October as we host the China Town Hall telecast featuring former Secretary of State and National Security Advisor Condoleezza Rice.
EICC and Purdue University Global today announced an innovative partnership to help students more easily and affordably transfer to several of Purdue Global's bachelor's degree programs.
We've been asked to share with everyone that on October 3, at 1:18 p.m., FEMA and the FCC will conduct a nationwide test of the national Emergency Alert System and Wireless Emergency Alert. As a part of that test you may receive an alert on your wireless device.
Congratulations to Scott Community College Solid Modeling and Mechanical Design Instructor Brad McConnell for his appointment to the SME Certification Oversight and Appeals Committee (COAC).
"It's just an amazing field to be in." Jonah Struck, a Scott Community College student, is on the cutting edge of digital manufacturing.
Eastern Iowa Community Colleges (EICC) invites students and families to its September 21 Campus Visit at Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges.
Fall is the season of change, so why not make some changes in your own life by starting classes with Eastern Iowa Community Colleges. That's right, Clinton, Muscatine and Scott Community Colleges all have more classes starting soon.
Learn how to make the most of your herb garden with our September cooking classes.
Get to work. At first glance, this looks like a pretty standard plan. However, upon closer examination, there is one very important step missing, possibly the most important of all. Training the employees.