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Lake Land College to offer series of grant writing courses

Posted on September 20, 2019

Lake Land College is offering a series of grant writing courses: Grant Writing 101, Grant Proposal Development and Grant Research.

Grant Writing 101 is a three-hour course and is designed for nonprofit employees and board members who have limited or no experience with grant writing.

Throughout the course, students will learn about different types of grants funders, the core components of a grant application, how to work within their organization to find the information they need and how to build and manage relationships with funders.

After completion of the course, students will have a much better idea of whether grants are a good fit for their school, nonprofit or agency.

Grant Writing 101 will be held on Friday, Nov. 8 from 9 a.m. – 12 p.m. at the Workforce Development Center, room 105 located at 305 Richmond Ave. East, Mattoon. The cost is $99.

Grant Proposal Development is a more advanced course and will dive deep into each section of a standard grand proposal. Students will be given a grant narrative template that will be described in detail and the instructor will provide tips and tricks for each section.

After the three-hour course, each student will be asked to fill out the narrative template and schedule a one-hour follow up consultation call with the instructor to receive individualized feedback on their narrative.

Participants should have some grant writing experience or have attended the Grant Writing 101 course.

Grant Proposal will be held on Friday, Nov. 8 from 1 – 4 p.m. at the Workforce Development Center, room 105 at 305 Richmond Ave. East, Mattoon. The cost is $349.

The final course in the series is Grant Research. It is a six-hour course that will cover best practices for finding grants and basic information on search engines, including hands on practice on the use of the one of the most popular databases. Using their own potentially “fundable” projects, participants will learn how to identify potential funders, evaluate the likelihood that a funder would be interested in his/her project and communicate effectively with funders.

Participants do not need to have any grant experience for this course.

Grant Research will be held on Monday, Dec. 2 from 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. at the Workforce Development Center, room 101 at 305 Richmond Ave. East, Mattoon. The cost is $199.

All courses will be taught by Fielding Jezreel. Fielding has worked in the grants field since 2013, is Grant Professional Certified (GPC) and has raised $20 million for nonprofits.

All courses are designed for nonprofits – not grants for individuals or businesses or grants to attend college.

To register for one or all three courses, go to lakelandcollege.edu/learn.

For more information, contact Professional Development Support Jackie Wake at jwake@lakelandcollege.edu or at 217-234-5087.

Lake Land College offers Computer Classes

Posted on September 16, 2019

Lake Land College is offering Microsoft Excel classes in October at the Kluthe Center in Effingham.

The Microsoft Excel II – Intermediate level class will be held on Oct. 14 from 6 – 9 p.m. This class will cover topics such as managing multiple-sheet workbooks, working with charts, adding graphics to worksheets and applying advanced functions.

The Microsoft Excel – Advanced level class will be on Oct. 21 from 6 – 9 p.m. This class will cover topics such as creating pivot tables and macros, using financial functions and data analysis and integrating excel with other programs.

Both classes will be located at the Kluthe Center, room 222 and will be taught by Jill Bushue. The cost is $50 per class.

Students can take the Intermediate Level or the Advanced Level, or both. To register, go to www.lakelandcollege.edu/learn, scroll through the community education classes to choose a class and enroll. Drop date for a refund is five business days prior to the class.

For more information, contact Jackie Wake at 217-234-5087 or jwake@lakelandcollege.edu.

Prospective students invited to Laker Visit Day

Posted on September 12, 2019

Visit Lake Land College and find out all the college offers at Laker Visit Day. The event will be held Friday, Oct. 11 in the Field House starting at 9 a.m. and will run until noon.

The event is for potential students who are interested in learning more about Lake Land College. Prospective students are provided with the opportunity to tour campus, visit a class, meet current students and talk with faculty. Parents and guardians are welcome to attend and learn more about the college during a parent session.

The event will feature informational sessions by current Lake Land College Student Ambassadors and college staff. Representatives from Admissions & Records, Financial Aid, Counseling Services, Career Services, Student Life and other departments will provide information and be available to answer questions. Students will also meet with faculty members in their academic area of interest.

“Laker Visit Day is a great way for prospective students and parents to talk to faculty and staff about academic options and majors, to talk to current students about their experiences at the college and to learn about various services and opportunities we offer,” Michelle Zumbahlen, coordinator for strategic student communication and initiatives, said.

On Laker Visit Day, attendees will tour campus with Student Ambassadors; comfortable shoes are recommended. To get to the Field House, take Entrance 1 from Route 45, proceed straight after the curve and park in Lot A. The Field House will be on the west side of Parking Lot A and has a white, circular roof. Enter the lobby from the south side of the building.

Student Ambassadors will greet guests and help with directions. In case of inclement weather on the day of the event, please check the college’s homepage at lakelandcollege.edu for closures.

For more information, or to register for Laker Visit Day, go to lakelandcollege.edu/visit or call 217-234-5377.

New additions and accomplishments for the Lake Land College Kluthe Center

Posted on September 11, 2019

Since opening in 1995, the Lake Land College Kluthe Center, located in Effingham, has provided opportunities for thousands of area students to earn a college education close to home.

Kluthe Center Director Karen Kull presented an annual report to the Lake Land College Board of Trustees during the regular August meeting which is held at the center each year.

Kull reported new security cameras were installed in the entryways, hallways and outside of the building. Campus police and Kluthe staff can monitor the video feed. Additional updates include the painting of several classrooms and updates to landscaping.

Additionally, the Kluthe Center recently became a host site for I-CAR (Inter-Industry Conference on Auto Collision Repair) training sessions. I-CAR is a not-for-profit organization providing continuing education and training for auto collision repair technicians.

The Kluthe Center also hosted several events throughout the year including Lake Land College Day where more than 300 area high school juniors attended to learn more about college and the options available in their own community. The Kluthe Center also hosted a C.E.F.S. Sign-up Day which was held in late July. The C.E.F.S. staff assisted more than 40 students in three hours, with several students driving from Mattoon. At the event, TRiO Student Services was able to recruit several students, Perkins information was given to all and several students’ questions were answered regarding financial aid and academic counseling.

In addition to hosting informational events and general education courses, the Kluthe Center is home to several full-time programs: Basic Nurse Assisting, Practical Nursing, Associate Degree Nurse, Business Administration, Criminal Justice, Basic Welding, Massage Therapy and Physical Therapist Assistant.

Adult Education GED classes were also offered at the center this past year along with English as a Second Language classes and Pathways Alternative high school classes. Basic computer training, Food Service Sanitation Certificate, and Welding Certificate classes were also held.

Lake Land College to offer a Pharmacy Technician class

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Lake Land College is offering a 50-hour Pharmacy Technician course on Tuesdays and Thursdays, beginning Oct. 8 from 6 – 9:30 p.m. The course will prepare students to work as a pharmacy technician in a retail or other pharmacy setting and to take the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board’s PTCB exam.

Through classroom lecture and hands-on labs, students will review dosage calculations, drug classifications, the “top 200 drugs,” I.V. flow rates, sterile compounding, dose conversions, aseptic technique, the handling of sterile products, total parenteral nutrition (TPN), dispensing of prescriptions, inventory control and billing and reimbursement.

Class will be held at Lake Land College, 5001 Lake Land Blvd., in Mattoon in the Northeast Building, room 113. The cost is $1,399. Textbooks are included.

To register go to lakelandcollege.edu/learn.

For more information, contact Jackie Wake, professional development support, at 217-234-5087 or jwake@lakelandcollege.edu.

Lake Land College to host Career Day and College Fair

Posted on September 10, 2019

High school students are invited to attend Lake Land College’s annual Career Day event on Oct. 1 from 9:30 – 11:30 a.m. in the Field House.

Career Day is an event where nearly 1,200 high school juniors and seniors come to Lake Land’s campus to learn about a variety of careers and how to set themselves on a path to attain those careers. High school students have the opportunity to register for more than 175 different sessions in an array of fields. Sessions range from 20-50 minutes in length, allowing students to explore topics at a basic or in-depth level of the particular field. Sessions are presented by Lake Land faculty and staff as well as community professionals.

An Illinois Regional College Fair is held in conjunction with this event. Representatives from approximately 50 different colleges around the country will be on hand to speak with students about what their colleges have to offer. This college fair allows students to have exposure to many different colleges at one time, a unique opportunity that they might not have elsewhere. For a complete list of institutions in attendance, visit lakelandcollege.edu/college-fair.

Students who are interested in this event are encouraged to talk to their guidance counselor about attending.

For more information about Career Day and the Illinois Regional College Fair, contact Michelle Zumbahlen, coordinator for strategic student communication and initiatives, at 217-234-5230 or mzumbahlen4077@lakelandcollege.edu.

 

LAKE LAND COLLEGE 10th DAY ENROLLMENT REPORT

Posted on September 9, 2019

Lake Land College released its 2019 Fall 10th Day Enrollment Report which shows a 9.5% increase in new students.

“We are excited to welcome a large group of new students to the Lake Land College community. We look forward to helping them transition to college life and the rigor of higher education courses,” Lake Land College President Josh Bullock said.

New students attending Lake Land College increased from 937 in 2018 to 1,026 in 2019. Students beginning their college education while attending high school increased by 8.4% through participation in dual enrollment courses and high school dual credit.

The college also welcomed a larger class of students transferring to Lake Land from other higher education institutions. This number is up 38% from 166 in 2018 to 229 in 2019.

Lake Land College continues to be the first choice among district high school seniors. For 18 years, the college has attracted more than 30 percent of all area high school graduates. This fall, nearly 35% of the Class of 2019 is enrolled at Lake Land College.

“This is a remarkable achievement and demonstrates the confidence our community places in the quality of a Lake Land College education. We are proud to be the college of choice for high school graduates in our area,” Lake Land College President Josh Bullock said.

Throughout the district, many schools have nearly 40 percent of the graduating class attending Lake Land with some as high as 66%.

The schools with the highest percentage enrolled are Dieterich High School, Kansas High School, Okaw Valley High School and Windsor High School. The schools with the largest number of graduates enrolled are Mattoon, Charleston, Effingham and Teutopolis.

In total, 629 of the in-district graduates are enrolled this fall, with each in-district high school represented in the freshman class.

Overall, there are 4,466 students enrolled at Lake Land College this fall. The total includes students seeking a degree or certificate, students enrolled in high school dual credit and dual enrollment and students taking short-term training or specific courses. Overall, headcount, or the total number of students taking classes, is down 2.5% from 2018; full time equivalency, FTE, or the total number of hours divided by 15, is down 3.3% from 2018.

Two main factors influencing enrollment are the size of the high school graduating class and increased opportunities for employment in our area. This year’s in-district high school graduating class of 1,807 was the smallest in the college’s history.

The college’s total enrollment combines the college enrollment with the enrollment of students in the Illinois Department of Corrections programs. When looking at the total picture over time, the college has sustained a steady growth rate in the past 20 years. Lake Land has surpassed the state average in growth, with the college showing a rate of 154% growth in the two decades, compared to a negative 8.3% rate for the state.

Over time, the college has seen a direct correlation between unemployment rates and college enrollment. With unemployment rates ranging from 3.2% to 4.7% throughout the district, potential students have many employment opportunities.

“We know a low rate of unemployment is good for our communities and we are pleased to see a thriving economy in our region. As people look toward the future, Lake Land College is available to help them move on to the next level in their career. Whether that means short-term training for a specific skill or an investment in a degree program, we have the resources people need to succeed in the workplace,” Bullock said.

Lake Land College continues to work with area business leaders to develop relevant training programs. This fall, the Center for Business & Industry introduced a new fast-track training partnership with Mars Petcare in Mattoon. The Technology Division faculty are working with North American Lighting and The Libman Company in Arcola to provide opportunities to students to enroll in Plastics Manufacturing. The program is now offered mainly online with hands-on labs offered alternate Saturdays in Paris. Students enrolled in the evening Heating, Ventilation, Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration (HVACR) program are training on newly donated equipment and progressing through an updated curriculum following an in-depth skills assessment with area professionals.  All of these programs were developed in response to a need identified in the local business community.

The 10th day enrollment report is a standard report among the higher education community that captures opening enrollment data each semester.

Lake Land College to sponsor Blood Stem Cell and Marrow Registry Drive

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The Lake Land College Student Activity Board is sponsoring a Blood Stem Cell and Marrow Registry Drive on Wednesday, Oct. 2. Representatives from the Be The Match organization will be available from 10 a.m. – 2 p.m. in Laker Point of the Luther Student Center to talk with students, employees and community members who are interested in registering to be a donor.

People who register to be a blood stem cell and bone marrow donor have the opportunity to save someone’s life. A peripheral blood stem cell donation is a non-surgical procedure and is only slightly more involved than giving blood. Most donors are back to their normal routine in one to two days.

According to Be The Match, 70% of patients who need a stem-cell transplant do not have a fully matched donor in their family and must rely on the generosity of a stranger.

Donors must be between the ages of 18-44. Those who are older than 44 and want to be involved can encourage others to register as a potential donor.

To pre-register, go to join.bethematch.org/lakeland.

For more information about being a donor, contact Kathy Black, division chair business/business instructor, at 217-234-5348 or kblack@lakelandcollege.edu.

For more information about Lake Land College Student Life visit lakelandcollege.edu/student-life.

Lake Land College revamps plastic manufacturing program

Posted on September 6, 2019

The Lake Land College Plastics Manufacturing program is now offered online with an in-person, hands-on lab meeting alternating Saturdays at the VoTech Center in Paris, Illinois.

“With the revised format, students can keep their current jobs, while training for a highly specialized new career,” Michael Beavers, division chair technology/electronics engineering instructor, said.

Individuals who are interested are invited to attend an informational session on Wednesday, Sept. 18 from 3 – 6 p.m. in the West Building, room 120 to learn more about the program and opportunities for financial assistance.

Classes begin Sept. 30. The program is structured for students to complete the certificate in four semesters. It is the only plastics training program in a 180-mile radius.

In partnership with the college, The Libman Company of Arcola, will sponsor two students enrolled in the plastics program. This is a competitive opportunity and candidates will be selected through an interview process.

While students spend their time at Lake Land College, they will be learning an extensive skillset that will help them prepare for the manufacturing field. Through many labs and hands-on experiences, students will learn and grow as manufacturers, preparing for their future. Students will work with molding processes and equipment that are used in the job field to manufacture plastics.

The many opportunities students will gain with hands-on learning experiences and labs truly sets the program apart from others.

For more information about the manufacturing plastics program, visit lakelandcollege.edu or contact Beavers at 217-234-5341 or mbeavers@lakelandcollege.edu.

Lake Land College announces summer graduates

Posted on September 5, 2019

Lake Land College is proud to announce the 2019 summer graduates. The following students completed their degrees and certificates this summer:

First Name Last Name City Degree Academic Program Title
Sam Kimmorley Australia Associate in Arts Liberal Arts
Peyton Austin Altamont Associate in Arts Business
Christopher Sharp Altamont Certificate Practical Nursing
Margeaux Stuckemeyer Altamont Associate in Arts Elementary Education
Austin Shafer Arcola Associate in Applied Science Agriculture Business & Supply
Courtney Smith Arthur Certificate Cosmetology
Carli Bridgeforth Ashmore Certificate Practical Nursing
Curtis Hudson Ashmore Certificate Computer Technician
Kristine Marler Atwood Associate in Liberal Studies Associate In Liberal Studies
Angelica Thompson Beecher City Certificate Practical Nursing
Talena Zacha Beecher City Associate in Applied Science Agriculture Production & Management
Colleen Fogerson Bement Certificate Cosmetology
Bayleigh Grimes Brocton Associate in Arts Elementary Education
Kristen Barnick Brownstown Certificate Medical Assistant
Gabrielle Frailey Brownstown Certificate Marketing
Gabrielle Frailey Brownstown Certificate Professional Sales
Gabrielle Frailey Brownstown Associate in Applied Science Management
Jordan Bowler Carbondale Associate in Science Bioscience Non-Teaching
Vincent Craig Charleston Certificate CNC Programmer
Ashley Fisher Charleston Certificate Management
Dean Gjerde Charleston Associate in Arts History
Terrence Harper Charleston Certificate Practical Nursing
Kayla Jones Charleston Certificate Practical Nursing
Lana Keigley Charleston Certificate Practical Nursing
Shelby Keller Charleston Certificate Practical Nursing
Taylor Kenter Charleston Certificate Cosmetology
Tabitha McCoy Charleston Certificate Practical Nursing
Lauren McKone Charleston Certificate Medical Transcriptionist
Skyler Murphy Charleston Certificate Computer Technician
Darrell Phillips Charleston Associate in Arts Psychology
Sherena Shepherd Charleston Certificate Practical Nursing
Michael Spivey Charleston Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Samantha Steele Charleston Associate in Arts Psychology
Robin Thompson Charleston Certificate Medical Coding Specialist
Robin Thompson Charleston Associate in Applied Science Medical Coding & Health Information
Kassandra Vanseghi Charleston Certificate Office Support Specialist-Microsoft Office
William Carlock Cowden Associate in Applied Science IT-Network Administration
Tyler Nichols Cowden Associate in Applied Science Ag Power Technology
Alexis Stout Cowden Certificate Cosmetology
Heather Caldwell Edgewood Associate in Arts Psychology
John Bloemker Effingham Associate in Arts Business
Tyler Broom Effingham Associate in Science Pre-Physical Therapy
Mackenzie Chasteen Effingham Certificate Cosmetology
Taylor Dammerman Effingham Associate in Arts Business
Sara Deibel Effingham Certificate Esthetics
Nicholas Dust Effingham Associate in Arts Business
Elixa Enriquez Gabriel Effingham Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Genaveve Fricke Effingham Associate in Arts Business
Ethan Greene Effingham Associate in Arts Business
Emil Kaldas Effingham Certificate Accounting
Emil Kaldas Effingham Associate in Applied Science Accounting
Anthony Miller Effingham Associate in Applied Science Human Services – Education
Christopher Moore Effingham Associate in Arts Undecided
Christina Prewitt Effingham Certificate Medical Assistant
Jennifer Root Effingham Certificate Practical Nursing
Thomas Schottman Effingham Certificate Medical Assistant
Thomas Schottman Effingham Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Ashley Sills Effingham Certificate Practical Nursing
Wyatt Steffen Effingham Certificate Practical Nursing
Dawn Thies Effingham Certificate Paramedical Services
Dawn Thies Effingham Associate in Applied Science Paramedical Services
Elizabeth Tinker Effingham Certificate Cosmetology
Christopher Ungrund Effingham Certificate Building Construction
Klarissa Vogt Effingham Certificate Practical Nursing
Mackenzie Waymoth Effingham Certificate Practical Nursing
Gina Westendorf Effingham Associate in Arts English
Storey Woodruff Effingham Certificate Medical Assistant
Storey Woodruff Effingham Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Leah Paul Greenup Certificate Medical Assistant
Leah Paul Greenup Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Geoffery Fields Gurnee Associate in Arts Pre-Nursing
Macie Heiserman Herrick Associate in Arts Business
Patrick Mays Herrick Associate in Arts Business Education
Aaron Rhoades Herrick Associate in Applied Science Human Services – Psychology
Jeremy Snell Hidalgo Associate in Liberal Studies Associate In Liberal Studies
Jordan Ping Highland Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Benjamin Geselbracht Holy Cross Certificate Ag Power Technology
Nicholas Diener Humboldt Associate in Liberal Studies Associate In Liberal Studies
John Haynes Hume Associate in Applied Science Management
Cody Knuffman Liberty Associate in Arts Agriculture
Rachel Brown-Kincaid Louisville Certificate Practical Nursing
Tilda Carlelycke Louisville Associate in Science Pre-Medicine
Michael Lovett Louisville Associate in Arts Business
Brett Wilhelm Lovington Certificate Practical Nursing
Morgan Maxey Martinsville Certificate Practical Nursing
Brayden Vangilder Martinsville Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Elijah Buhrmann Mason Certificate Marketing
Elijah Buhrmann Mason Associate in Applied Science Marketing
Charles Burris Mason City Associate in Applied Science Ag Power Technology
Kaylee Abitz Mattoon Certificate Medical Assistant
Haley Armstrong Mattoon Certificate Cosmetology
Ashley Bartley Mattoon Associate in Arts Art
Rachel Bradbury Mattoon Associate in Science Environmental Science
Annaliese Broce Mattoon Associate in Arts Art
Orlando Campuzano Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Mechanical-Electrical Technology
Kelly Cothern Mattoon Associate in Arts Art
Wendy Cox Mattoon Certificate Medical Assistant
Vincent Fanelli Mattoon Associate in Arts Liberal Arts
Jessica Fisher Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Emily Gatons Mattoon Associate in Arts Business
Destiny Hale Mattoon Certificate Cosmetology
Whitney Hussong Mattoon Certificate Medical Assistant
Jose Irizarry Mattoon Associate in Arts Pre-Nursing
Kamarra Johnson Mattoon Certificate Entrepreneurship
Kimberli Jones Mattoon Certificate Medical Assistant
Kimberli Jones Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Destiny Knox Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Kelly Kress Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Medical Coding & Health Information
Christopher Markham Mattoon Certificate Management
Savannah Monterusso Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Accounting
Kristin Pearcy Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Eleni Petty Mattoon Certificate Esthetics
Jennifer Powell Mattoon Certificate Esthetics
Rachel Reed Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Shelby Rich Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Jackson Ritter Mattoon Certificate Marketing
Jaycie Roy Mattoon Associate in Arts Elementary Education
Brianna Russell Mattoon Associate in Arts Business
Kayce Schilling Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Whitney Shafer Mattoon Certificate Practical Nursing
Amanda Snowden Mattoon Certificate Management
Amanda Snowden Mattoon Certificate Marketing
Taylor Thoele Mattoon Associate in Science Other Major
Tabatha Tipsword Mattoon Certificate Medical Assistant
Tabatha Tipsword Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Peter Vang Mattoon Associate in Arts Business
Rui Wang Mattoon Associate Engineering Science Associate In Engineering Science
Zoe West Mattoon Certificate Management
Zoe West Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Management
Baylee Williams Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Dental Hygiene
Rick York Mattoon Associate in Applied Science Human Services – Education
Thomas Rhoades Monticello Associate in Arts Business
Brooklyn Cook Neoga Certificate Medical Assistant
Tayler Gebhardt Neoga Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Shelby Adkins Oakland Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Austin Shafer Oakland Certificate Ag Business
Bailey Boswell Pana Certificate Practical Nursing
Kayla Coleman Pana Certificate Practical Nursing
Gretchen Gordon Pana Certificate Practical Nursing
Joshua Lenover Pana Associate in Arts Criminal Justice
Kaitlyn McClure Pana Certificate Medical Assistant
Brooke Crunk Paris Certificate Practical Nursing
Christina Duke Paris Certificate Medical Coding Specialist
Christina Duke Paris Associate in Applied Science Medical Coding & Health Information
Mackenzie Gossett Paris Certificate Cosmetology
Sydney Mason Paris Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Kyler Roan Paris Certificate Practical Nursing
Zeth Rupe Portland Associate in Applied Science Agriculture Production & Management
Wyatt Stierwalt Quincy Associate in Arts Agriculture
Tyler Wilson Ramsey Associate in Arts Communication Studies
Michael Davis Saint Charles Associate in Arts Psychology
Jordan Fedrigon Saint Elmo Certificate Esthetics
Jordan Fedrigon Saint Elmo Associate in Liberal Studies Associate In Liberal Studies
Ketra Sidwell Saint Elmo Associate in Liberal Studies Associate In Liberal Studies
Emily Chapman Saint Peter Certificate Marketing
Jayme Ballinger Shelbyville Certificate Practical Nursing
Alisha Destulien Shelbyville Certificate Entrepreneurship
Michaela Donnel Shelbyville Associate in Applied Science Human Services – Criminal Justice
Danelle Helton Shelbyville Certificate Accounting
Jordan Helton Shelbyville Associate in Science Pre-Nursing
Logan Manship Shelbyville Certificate Practical Nursing
Tiffany Moeller Shelbyville Certificate Practical Nursing
Taylor Rhodes Shelbyville Certificate Practical Nursing
Emily Smith Shelbyville Certificate Practical Nursing
Sandra Williams Shelbyville Certificate Practical Nursing
Peyton Fearday Sigel Certificate Ag Power Technology
Peyton Fearday Sigel Associate in Applied Science Ag Power Technology
Brittany Schultz Stewardson Certificate Medical Assistant
Brittany Schultz Stewardson Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Jeannie Brown Strasburg Certificate Medical Coding Specialist
Jeannie Brown Strasburg Associate in Applied Science Medical Coding & Health Information
Olivia Telgmann Strasburg Certificate Practical Nursing
Deanna Braden Sullivan Associate in Arts Pre-Nursing
Beth Coe Sullivan Associate in Applied Science Human Services – Psychology
Daniele Daily Sullivan Certificate Practical Nursing
Amanda Davis Sullivan Associate in Applied Science Human Services – Psychology
Jarod Merryman Sullivan Associate in Arts Undecided
Montana Roberts Sullivan Certificate Cosmetology
Spencer Tinder Sullivan Certificate Practical Nursing
Brittany Wilson Sullivan Certificate Medical Assistant
Brittany Wilson Sullivan Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Erin Brentlinger Terre Haute Certificate Esthetics
Alex Meinhart Teutopolis Certificate Management
Alex Meinhart Teutopolis Certificate Professional Sales
Alex Meinhart Teutopolis Certificate Marketing
Alex Meinhart Teutopolis Associate in Applied Science Management
Rachel Weber Teutopolis Certificate Practical Nursing
Julie Weishaar Teutopolis Certificate Medical Assistant
Julie Weishaar Teutopolis Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Brianna Sowers Toledo Certificate Medical Assistant
Brianna Sowers Toledo Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Mindi Lane Tower Hill Certificate Practical Nursing
Allyson French Trilla Certificate Practical Nursing
Karissa Rocke Tuscola Certificate Cosmetology
Kristen Barnick Vandalia Associate in Applied Science Medical Assistant
Stephanie Burgholzer Watson Associate in Arts Business
Rachelle Reed Watson Certificate Medical Coding Specialist
Elizabeth Vogt Watson Associate in Arts Business
Connour Woodall Watson Associate in Applied Science IT-Network Administration
Emily Bryant Windsor Certificate Practical Nursing
Marci Overstreet Windsor Certificate Practical Nursing
Kacy Ross Windsor Certificate Practical Nursing
Ethan Smith Windsor Certificate Welding Technology
Ethan Smith Windsor Associate in Applied Science Welding

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