ILCC Schedule

ILCC Depot Activity Center Schedule

Saturday, Sept. 9

Nursing and Health care:

We expect to have a baby ‘simulator’ and young people can use a stethoscope to check the heartbeat of the baby.

Sustainable Energy Careers:

Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning staff talking about the well-paying careers in the industry.

We will likely have the Bernoulli Balls going as two wind instructors will be at The Depot as they generate enthusiasm for Science Saturday on the 16th.

And, our engineering instructor has a few ‘tricks’ up his sleeve to entice students into outstanding engineering careers.

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

 

Sunday, Sept. 10

Medical Programs:

Need to have your blood pressure checked? Our Medical Technology and Medical Assistant students can help!

Marine Service Technology:

With plenty of lakes, rivers and streams in this area, learn about how a career in Marine Service can propel your career.

Emergency Medical Services:

Whether you want to make it a career or just want to help your community with ambulance or firefighting, learn convenient ways to learn these skills. Plus, you might just have the chance to try on a fire suit or helmet!

Feeling a bit nervous about your job?

            Talk with an Iowa Lakes Community College graduate who had to turn his life around when his employer closed the facility in which he was working. What career could you have? How easy is it to go back to college? And, how comfortable will you feel in a classroom with students who are the age of your children?

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

Monday, Sept. 11

Construction Technology:

Construction jobs are growing at a phenomenal rate! And, they’re good-paying jobs. What does it take to get into the business and what tools are available?

Continuing Education:

Rebuild your life with a new job – or just learn some horticulture tips to help keep your houseplants growing strong. Learn how easy it is to get your CDL (Commercial Driver’s License) and how you can get involved in this fast-growing (and high paying) career.

Pathway Navigator:

Do you know that you want to get a new job, but just aren’t sure what type of job you would be good at? Pathway Navigators can guide you through a plethora of careers and make certain you start down the right path! Start by talking today with a Pathway Navigator from Iowa Lakes.

Upward Bound Opportunities:

            Learn how Upward Bound can help area high school students with services that support successful completion of high school and propel them to success in college through encouragement and assistance.

FUN Classes!

            Want to take a class so you can operate your computer better? Want to get on Social Media to talk with your grandkids? What about a class that will help you ‘balance’ your life? Our instructors can offer you a wide range of class ideas.

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

 

Tuesday, Sept. 12

Medical Programs:

Need to have your blood pressure checked? Our Medical Technology and Medical Assistant students can help!

Farm Equipment and Diesel Technology:

This industry is growing rapidly and graduates of the Farm Equipment and Diesel Technology program are finding jobs quickly after graduation. Students also have a chance for hands-on experience at companies throughout the region.

Small Business Development Center:

            The Director of the Small Business Development Center for northwest Iowa is available to help you make your dreams of owning your own business a reality! Tips for starting a business will be shared. Stop by and chat with Michael Wampler. He’ll offer real ideas which can make a difference in your success.

Emergency Medical Services:

Whether you want to make it a career or just want to help your community with ambulance or firefighting, learn convenient ways to learn these skills. Plus, you might just have the chance to try on a fire suit or helmet!

Automotive Technology:

Want to know what’s under the hood of your vehicle? Like solving engine problems? Then consider an Automotive Tech career. There might even be something you can fiddle with!

Pathway Navigator:

Do you know that you want to get a new job, but just aren’t sure what type of job you would be good at? Pathway Navigators can guide you through a plethora of careers and make certain you start down the right path! Start by talking today with a Pathway Navigator from Iowa Lakes.

FUN Classes!

            Want to take a class so you can operate your computer better? Need to take something to a reception that attendees will rave about? Want to get on Social Media to talk with your grandkids? What about a class that will help you ‘balance’ your life? Our instructors can offer you a wide range of class ideas.

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

Wednesday, Sept. 13

Surgical Technology:

Careers in Surgical Technology are growing! Get a hands-on opportunity to see what this job involves. Surg Techs are in huge demand and hospitals are offering incentives such as paying for college loans as well as sign-on bonuses. Have a chance to work with a simulator that shows what skills you’ll learn.

Aviation:

Soar with Iowa Lakes in the Aviation program. Take off in a career as an airline pilot working for large companies or start your own successful business! Meet the lead instructor and look at an airplane which will be located on site outside The Depot.

Sales and Marketing; Accounting; Office Specialist:

These are all careers which can help you achieve success. A career in accounting is recession-proof. In addition, sales positions are always needed, whether it’s retail or corporate. Professors in all three of these careers will be on hand to answer questions.

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

Thursday, Sept. 14

Welding:

            As an Accredited Testing Facility, Iowa Lakes plays a vital role in certifying welders through the AWS Certified welding program. Both the assistant professor (who is a Certified Welding Inspector and Certified Welding Educator) and class instructor will be available to answer questions and show fairgoers how to use the welding simulator.

Farm Equipment and Diesel Technology:

This industry is growing rapidly and graduates of the Farm Equipment and Diesel Technology program are finding jobs rapidly after graduation. Students also have a chance for hands-on experience at companies throughout the region.

Veterinary Technician:

Love animals of all sizes? Then learn how you can love your job as a Veterinary Technician as you gain knowledge in the care and handling of animals. This hands-on approach to learning, along with an internship, provides practical experience in a veterinary clinic or similar setting.

Tietz Entrepreneurial Center:

New opportunities for entrepreneurs and area businesses are becoming a reality through the Tietz Entrepreneurial Center. The program is a direct benefit of a commitment from the Donald R. Tietz Charitable Foundation which is funding the operations of the center. Not only does this new program enhance economic development and assist entrepreneurs throughout the region, it’s expanding into area schools by inspiring today’s young people to consider being an entrepreneur.

Industry Training:

Area businesses can learn how easy it is to upgrade the skills of their employees as they use the services of Iowa Lakes Community College. Each program is specifically developed to serve the needs of the company which desires the upgrade.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

Friday, Sept. 15

Captain Jack!

Ever wanted to meet Captain Jack, the mascot of the Lakers? Well, he’ll be on hand throughout the day at The Depot. Give him a ‘high five’ or get your picture taken with Captain Jack!

Power Sports:

Throughout the week, you’ll have a chance to view a BIG motorcycle up close. On Friday, you can meet with the instructors of this fun, hands-on program. If you love loud motors, you’ll love the Power Sports industry.

Emergency Medical Services:

Whether you want to make it a career or just want to help your community with ambulance or firefighting, learn convenient ways to learn these skills. Plus, you might just have the chance to try on a fire suit or helmet!

Automotive Technology:

Want to know what’s under the hood of your vehicle? Like solving engine problems? Then consider an Automotive Tech career. There might even be something you can fiddle with!

Industry Training:

Area businesses can learn how easy it is to upgrade the skills of their employees as they use the services of Iowa Lakes Community College. Each program is specifically developed to serve the needs of the company which desires the upgrade.

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

Science Saturday, Sept. 16

Massage Therapy:

Feeling tired and worn out from working the fair every day this week?  Well, stop by the Depot and see if you can get a relaxing chair massage from an Iowa Lakes student. And while you’re there, learn about the ‘Science’ involved in the Massage Therapy program.

Science Saturday!

Science Saturday is a great way to have fun with STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math). Our professors have planned an exciting way to engage students in a wide variety of cool activities. While most activities will be at the Park, come to The Depot to learn about science by running a toy car on a Roller Coaster, identify mushrooms, meet some unique critters and see how good you can be at balancing a beach ball with the ‘wind’ from a vacuum cleaner (a.k.a. the Bernoulli Effect.)

Feeling a bit nervous about your job?

            Talk with an Iowa Lakes Community College graduate who had to turn his life around when his employer closed the facility in which he was working. What career could you have? How easy is it to go back to college? And, how comfortable will you feel in a classroom with students who are the age of your children?

Power Sports:

Throughout the week, you’ll have a chance to view a BIG motorcycle up close. On Friday, you can meet with the instructors of this fun, hands-on program. If you love loud motors, you’ll love the Power Sports industry.

Emergency Medical Services:

Whether you want to make it a career or just want to help your community with ambulance or firefighting, learn convenient ways to learn these skills. Plus, you might just have the chance to try on a fire suit or helmet!

Automotive Technology:

Want to know what’s under the hood of your vehicle? Like solving engine problems? Then consider an Automotive Tech career. There might even be something you can fiddle with!

Industry Training:

Area businesses can learn how easy it is to upgrade the skills of their employees as they use the services of Iowa Lakes Community College. Each program is specifically developed to serve the needs of the company which desires the upgrade.

Welding:

            Our welding simulator will be available for people to test their skills throughout the week.

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)

 

Sunday, Sept. 17

Energy:

See how much energy you can generate while riding a bicycle (limited to students who can reach the pedals on the bicycle.)

Survey:

            The official Clay County Fair Survey – a partnership with the World’s Greatest Fair. Tell us what you’ve thinking! Survey computers available at The Depot and the Events Center – plus ‘mobile’ students with iPads conducting ‘in person’ interviews.

And,

Individuals can get questions answered about Iowa Lakes Community College – everything from a degree to an individual class to improve your work skills. (Answers also available at the Events Center.)