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It might not seem like it now, but warmer days are coming – and so is summer vacation. We’ll have all kinds of fun programs to choose from - cooking, career exploration, outdoor wilderness, video game development, designing for Minecraft, theatre and fine arts camps, making a Legos movie, building computer apps, exploring CSI, drone camp . . .even Zombie camp! For the full schedule, visit #Iowa #summercamp

The Kahl Educational Center has grown from a dream to a significant factor in Quad Cities education. Nearly 1,000 students attend classes at the Kahl each semester in college transfer and a number of career technology programs. The building includes eight general classrooms, six computer labs, one dry science lab, three electronic classrooms, three fiber optic (ICN) classrooms and one televised conference room. For more information:

Thanks to WQAD for the video Governor Terry Branstad visited Eastern Iowa Community College to show off job opportunities in the state. This week he's making...

The PTK chapter at CCC had pledged to support and work towards helping move the project forward, and has been, along with many others in the Iowa region, and even some in Illinois after being invited to join the effort at the 2013 Spring Conference for the Iowa Region. Through various projects, including selling t-shirts, bake sales, and even a Pizza Ranch night last year in April, the honor society has been steadily acting on their pledge to make a difference.

MCC Student Senate members attended the 28th annual IACCT Student Legislative Seminar in Des Moines on January 27-28. Students had the opportunity to meet with local legislators, attend educational sessions, network with other community college students in Iowa, and tour the Iowa State Capitol building.

Iowa Lt. Governor Kim Reynolds was the featured speaker at this morning’s Hiring the Heroes event in Davenport. Also participating in a panel discussion was Ellen Kabat-Lensch, EICC’s Vice Chancellor...

Personally, we think it's #1! - CCC named #9 on list of Iowa's Top Workplaces -

Scott Community College's Theatre Department is performing the Tony Award winning comedy "God of Carnage" this Spring. Performances will be held at 7 p.m. on April 10, 11, 17 and 18. Tickets are $7.00 a piece. The play will be held at the Scott Community College Belmont Campus Student Life Center.