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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 email@example.com, 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 Thursday, April 28, 2016
Business Retention and Expansion Efforts Recognized
Lee County, IA, April 28, 2016– The Professional Developers of Iowa (PDI) honored economic development organizations during the SMART Economic Development Conference held in Des Moines on April 28. Lee County EDG received the award for Business Retention & Expansion (BRE) Overall Program for... more»
Published Wednesday, January 27, 2016
Lee County EDG, in conjunction with our partners, sponsored the first Manufacturing 101 course, designed to help develop the skills necessary to start a new career in manufacturing. This initial class graduates five students this week who have completed this four-month course, an additional student had to drop the class due to one of our manufacturing... more»
Published Sunday, November 1, 2015
Lee County EDG hosted over 100 people at their 3rd Annual Salute to Industry Wednesday, October 28th at the Comfort Inn & Suites in Fort Madison. The evening focused on the importance of manufacturing in Lee County including a presentation with Lee County industry trivia questions and door prizes from local industries. With the... more»
Published Tuesday, September 22, 2015
Lee County EDG, in conjunction with our partners, is sponsoring Manufacturing 101 course, designed to help develop the skills necessary to start a new career in manufacturing. Lee County EDG has listened to our manufacturing partners regarding the skills they need in entry level applicants. We tailored this program to meet those needs of our manufacturers.... more»
Published Wednesday, September 9, 2015
September 9, 2015 - It all began on August 24, 1915 when Emil G. Lindstrand, a Keokuk contractor, was awarded the contract to build the new Standard Four Tire Company that would produce tires for the Ford Model T. In 1931, the plant was idle for a while when the company went bankrupt until reorganization occurred. Dryden Rubber Company bought the plant in... more»
Published Thursday, May 14, 2015
Foam Fabricators is beginning a 30,000 sp. ft. expansion at their Fort Madison facility. The expansion is primarily in warehousing space to better serve their customers. Foam Fabricators Vice President Mark Sabolcik stated, “We are currently undergoing a significant plant expansion in Fort Madison due to the continued business growth that we are... more»
Published Thursday, February 19, 2015
February 5, 2015 - Learning looked like playing Tuesday evening during the WeDo Lego Robotics program kick-off in the Keokuk Public Library Round Room. The first of 12 monthly sessions – part of Lee County Economic Development Group’s Grow Lee initiative – was a hit, according to LCEDG Marketing and Communications Manager Dana Klesner. ... more»
Published Friday, January 30, 2015
January 30, 2015 - A $1.9 billion fertilizer plant in southeast Iowa is scheduled to start production later this year.
Iowa Fertilizer Co., which is constructing the plant, said the plant is on track for mechanical completion by August in a project update released this week. Operations are expected to start during the last three months of the year. ... more»