RLC holds LPN pinning ceremony for Class of 2021

 

The 2021 LPN pinning graduates are pictured with nursing instructors Dr. Tracy Smith and Sarah Hopfinger.  Those honored during the ceremony include Caitlyn Barr (Sesser), Vanessa Bean (Mt. Vernon), Russell Black (Pinckneyville), Breanna Bowers (McLeansboro), Rebecca Bowers (McLeansboro), Tearra Carter (Mulkeytown), Mackenzie Crisel (Thompsonville), Amanda Egbert (Tamaroa), Amanda Erskine (Tamaroa),…

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Students participate in cybersecurity competition, fly drone during RLC's CTE Camp

 

Rend Lake College's Career Technical Exploration Camp provided an opportunity Tuesday morning for junior high and high school students to learn more about computer science. Led by Computer Science Instructor Chris Edwards, campers participated in a cybersecurity competition where they had to create an online company and then defend it…

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Project CHILD, CCRR programs at RLC advance childcare options for local communities

 

Cary Hottes, left, and Tranae Brockhouse discuss a presentation about Project CHILD and Child Care Resource and Referral programs during the June 8 Rend Lake College Board of Trustees meeting.

MT. VERNON (June 16, 2021) – For more than 30 years, the Project CHILD and Child Care Resource and Referral…

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Alumni Spotlight Series: Hannah Hill

 

We have found the promised land ... and there's pie!

SESSER, Ill. — Rend Lake College Culinary Arts alumna Hannah Hill has set up her own shop, the Milk & Honey Bakehouse in Sesser, where she runs a one-woman dessert operation that is satisfying sweet-tooth cravings throughout southern Illinois.

Hill graduated…

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