June 29, 2018
In celebration of the 50th Anniversary of East Central College, we invite all theatre alumni to our Biggest Cast Party Ever following the 2 p.m. production of “Life Could Be A Dream” on July 21. Enjoy free concessions during the show and stay for a pizza party following the show! Please RSVP for this event. [...]
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June 27, 2018
East Central College is excited to host RegFest once again in 2018! RegFest is a chance for potential students to talk with admissions representatives about programs, start the enrollment process, learn how to pay for college and register for fall classes. This is an open event for the community – no appointment required! Join us [...]
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June 15, 2018
As we celebrate East Central College’s 50th Anniversary, please share your memories of what ECJC/ECC meant to you and how it helped shape your life. We will take these memories and periodically share them on social media and the East Central College website! Share Your Memories! On April 2, 1968, voters approved the establishment of [...]
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June 15, 2018
Becoming a successful workplace leader takes time, effort and education. Leadership is a skill, and, like all skills, it has to be carefully crafted and practiced. The Center for Workforce Development is offering a series of summer workshops to help you become a better leader in the workplace. The series starts with Leadership Fundamentals June [...]
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June 8, 2018
They all had different backgrounds and stories, but they all shared the same dream - getting their High School Equivalency. We are so proud of our 2018 graduates!
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June 6, 2018
Spending just a week in The Learning Center this summer could potentially save you nearly a thousand dollars in tuition and three semesters worth of classes! The free Bridge Program can help students assess their skills, improve class placement, accelerate coursework and save money! It is ideal for students who have already taken an Accuplacer [...]
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June 5, 2018
Hiring skilled or first-tier employees in the area is becoming so competitive that practically every industry is concerned about the lack of available talent. “There are several factors contributing to the shortage,” said Ed Shelton, ECC Center for Workforce Development Executive Director. “One of the biggest contributors is the age of the workforce. There are [...]
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