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Lee County Bridges Out of Poverty Class
Anyone wanting to register for classes or to volunteer may email Shayla Blackburn at firstname.lastname@example.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
Electrical Endorsement and Mechanical Endorsement Tracks Available
Published Friday, March 24, 2017
It’s been busy month and a time for celebration in the Siemens Fort Madison blade facility. On March 23, employees gathered throughout the day to mark their 15,000th blade milestone, celebrate ten years of production at the facility and the recent production startup of the 59 meter blade. This is the fifth blade type produced in the Fort Madison. A... more»
Published Tuesday, March 14, 2017
Career Exploration Day takes over Community College
Over 360 students from Fort Madison, Keokuk, Central Lee, Holy Trinity and Keokuk Christian attended the 8th Grade Career Exploration Day hosted by Lee County EDG, the Burlington Partnership and Southeastern Community College today. The students were divided into groups and were able to explore 6... more»
Published Thursday, February 16, 2017
Increasing Safety and Environmental Protection
Located in Lee County, Cryotech Deicing Technology, is a world leader in aircraft, runway and commercial deicing technology. Cryotech manufacturers and markets environmentally friendly, low corrosion acetate based commercial and runway deicers. In addition to commercial and runway applications, Cryotech is a... more»
Published Friday, February 10, 2017
The Fort Madison DuPont plant is celebrating 80 years of being in Lee County and has evolved with the market multiple times. One thing that remains constant is their commitment to safety, celebrating 3 years of no recordable safety incidences in September, quality, the environment, the community and their employees. The Fort Madison DuPont plant is the... more»
Published Friday, December 30, 2016
2016 Best Development Awards
Five independent jurors from across the state selected projects that implement the efficient use of resources to develop sustainable communities that provide a high quality of life. Two of the nine winners for 2016 are in Lee County. Steffenmeier Welding & Manfuacturing won in the Renewable Energy category for their... more»
Published Thursday, December 15, 2016
Keokuk Health Systems (KHS) and UnityPoint Health announced today, Dec. 15, that they have finalized an affiliation agreement between the organizations. Leaders from both organizations, Quincy Medical Group along with Governor Terry Branstad toured part of Keokuk Area Hospital before making the official announcement to hospital staff and board, government... more»
Published Wednesday, December 7, 2016
Southeast Iowa Participates in Competitive Conference
Economic Development leaders from Southeast Iowa traveled to Chicago this week to participate in the Mid America Competitiveness Conference and Site Selector Forum hosted by the Mid America Economic Development Council (MAEDC). Representatives from Lee, Des Moines, and Henry Counties as well as Southeast... more»
Published Wednesday, November 16, 2016
Developing Skills in High School
After Lee County EDG’s first Manufacturing 101 class graduated, we were asked what’s next? Next was going to the high school level and reaching students before they graduate, with 12 Plus, allowing them to see career opportunities in the area and what it takes not only to get a quality job but keep it as well. ... more»