Kish in the Community

Kishwaukee College is visible in many ways throughout the district—our staff sit on local boards and committees, volunteer at the many non-profits, and share expertise when needed in many ways. But to get a glimpse into just how completely woven into our community Kishwaukee College really is, all one has to do is visit local business and industry and see how many of THEIR employees are alumni of Kishwaukee College. We at the College are doing just that—visiting local business and taking a snapshot of our alumni who are available at that time to pose for a picture. Take a look at the people who smiled for our Kish-Camera!

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Local schools and Kishwaukee College are linked together in many ways! Many local teachers and school administrators are Kishwaukee College graduates or took one or more general education classes at Kish while at a university. Classroom Paraprofessionals are also often Kishwaukee alumni. Plus, the Continuing Education department offers the CPDU classes that local teaching faculty need to meet state requirements. Pictured are just a few of the Rochelle Middle School faculty and staff who have taken classes through Kish. All in all, Kishwaukee College and Rochelle schools make education a priority--together!

 

City of DeKalb
Local communities and Kishwaukee College work together in a variety of ways—the KC Centers offers training to local business, the Continuing Education department brings classes directly into the local communities for residents, the Adult Education and Transition Programs helps residents get back on track, and many community members received at least part of the education at Kishwaukee College! Pictured are just a few of the Kishwaukee College alumni who work for the City of DeKalb.

 

ReNew DeKalb
Pictured are just a few of the Kishwaukee College alumni who work with ReNew DeKalb.

 

TLC
Pictured are just a few of the Kishwaukee College alumni who work at the City of Rochelle.

 

TLC
TLC in Rochelle not only employs KC alumni from Automated Engineering Technologies (formerly Manufacturing Technology), welding, business, and administrative professional programs, but also participates in a variety of training classes, workshops, and programs offered by the Center for Business Development and Continuing Education at the College. Pictured are just a few of the KC alums at TLC! September 22, 2010.

 


IDEAL Industries in Sycamore employs KC alumni from Automated Engineering Technologies (formerly Manufacturing Technology), welding, business, and administrative professional programs. In addition, IDEAL has participated in LEAN training programs through the Kishwaukee College Center for Business Development and Continuing Education. In fall 2010, IDEAL and the KC Center are teaming up to offer “IDEAL-E”—a collaborative effort to bring education opportunities to IDEAL employees on site! Pictured are just a few of the KC alums at IDEAL! September 17, 2010.

 

Kishwaukee Community Hospital
Kishwaukee Community Hospital employs KC alumni as nurses, radiologic technicians, CNA’s, EMT’s, and administrative professionals. Pictured are some of the Kish alums at KCH! August 17, 2010.

 

Rochelle Community Hospital
Rochelle Community Hospital employs KC alumni as nurses, radiologic technicians, CNA’s, and administrative professionals. Pictured are just a few of the Kish alums at RCH! August 24, 2010.

 

Kishwaukee College Alums
Kishwaukee College also employs its alumni in a variety of positions. Of the 503 full- and part-time employees at Kishwaukee College, 105 earned a degree or certificate from the College—38 faculty members and 67 employees in non-teaching positions! Pictured are just a few of the graduates of Kishwaukee College who work at Kishwaukee College!  August 20, 2010.
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