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Did you see Southeast Iowa STEM Week's Videos?

Check out the videos below!

Science at Cryotech Deicing Technology  Technology at Silgan Containers 
 

Engineering with Case New Holland 

 Math with Menke & Company

Contact Leanne Kromgmeier for details at lkrogmeier@scciowa.edu.

 


Lee County Bridges Out of Poverty Class

Anyone wanting to register for classes or to volunteer may email Shayla Blackburn at sblackburn@younghouse.org, or call 319-371-7465. We will need: name, phone number, and email or physical address.

Class participants are chosen via an interview and class size is limited.


 PLC knowledge and expertise are essential to the manufacturing industry.

 The PLC Core Skills Series will give your team a better understanding of PLC's.

 The series will cover everything from hardware components, communication, programming, and troubleshooting.

 Earn your PLC Core Skills Series Certificate in as little as 1 week.

  • PLC Basic - September 21
  • PLC Intermediate - September 22 & 23
  • PLC Advanced - September 24 & 25

 Seating will be limited in this class.

SCC Center for Business

(319) 208-5375

cbiz@scciowa.edu 

www.cbiziowa.com


  


  

Electrical Endorsement and Mechanical Endorsement Tracks Available 

 


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Cimatron Donates $1.7 Million Software to Southeastern Community College for Advanced CAD/CAM Training

Published Tuesday, December 2, 2014
December 1, 2014 - Donation will help students gain sought-after skills to fill the growing need for highly trained manufacturing workers. Cimatron, a leading provider of integrated CAD/CAM software solutions for toolmaking and manufacturing, is donating software valued over $1.7 million to Southeastern Community College (SCC) in Iowa. The CimatronE... more»

Lee County EDG Announces Grow Lee

Published Monday, November 24, 2014
November 18, 2014 - At Lee County EDG's 4th and final Talent for Today & Tomorrow Breakfast Series event, we announced 2015 will be the year of action. After listening to stakeholders' concerns, compiling industries', educators', and stakeholders' suggestions we have developed an overarching program that will help move Lee County forward. This program... more»

IEDA Announces Support for VAMA Inc. in Keokuk

Published Monday, November 24, 2014
November 21, 2014 - VAMA Inc. received an award of $200,000 from the Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) Board of Directors under the Targeted Jobs Withholding Tax Credit Program. VAMA is a new biotech company conceived and operated by the company's chief scientist Krishna Prasad Sudhir Nair. VAMA will be leasing a building from KSB Bank in... more»

Advanced Manufacturing Career Fair

Published Thursday, October 23, 2014
October 22, 2014 - The Connecting Business and Education Committee hosted their first Advanced Manufacturing Career Fair Wednesday, October 22nd at Southeastern Community College’s West Burlington Campus. The committee, comprised of members from Lee County EDG, Greater Burlington Partnership, Mt. Pleasant Chamber Alliance, Great Prairie Area Education... more»

Lee County EDG Hosts Salute to Industry

Published Monday, September 15, 2014
Sept. 15, 2014 - Over 150 industry and community leaders attended the 2nd Annual Salute to Industry Summit on Monday evening. Keynote speaker Debi Durham, director of the Iowa Economic Development Authority, said as it stands now, Iowa is working. “I want the people to know that we have a plan in place in Iowa,” Durham said. “It is... more»

Lee County EDG Announces "Lee County 2018" Campaign

Published Thursday, August 14, 2014
Lee County EDG officially introduced its 5-year strategic plan and campaign during the much-anticipated public kick-off event today over breakfast. The Lee County EDG established a capital campaign goal of $1,100,000 covering the next five years, to implement an aggressive public/private economic development initiative in Lee County. Campaign Co-Chairs... more»

Talent for Today & Tomorrow

Published Thursday, July 10, 2014
The recent Employer Workforce Survey conducted by LeeCountyEDG provides valuable insight into workforce challenges facing Lee County businesses and industries as they seek to fill job openings created by expansion of their operations and/or the retirement of many of their long-term skilled employees. The increasing number of highly skilled baby boomers... more»
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