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Happy New Year! A New Year brings new opportunity! Senior students are working on their career portfolios, looking into college and career training opportunities, and making plans for graduation. We've just begun the 3rd quarter here at the Career Center. Students are back in session after a nice two-week winter break. Finally, we are seeing some snow and feeling the cold. To . . . read more
Chief Mike Whalen and the Limestone Fire Protection District recently welcomed KACC Fire-Rescue-EMR students for an informational session, demonstration and closer look at their Advanced Life Ambulance and the various types of equipment it holds. Ed Leeson, Fire-Rescue-EMR Instructor stated he and his student were very grateful to . . . read more
Students Learn Defensive Tactics
KACC Law Enforcement students are learning Non-Deadly Force defensive tactics by local martial arts expert Professor Duane Brumitt of Tri-Star Martial Arts Academy located in Bradley. Brumitt comes to KACC every Thursday for 6 weeks for this training program. Students are learning the most complete justifiable methods of Empty . . . read more
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Thankfully for KACC and our drafting students, BIMBA Manufacturing has continued their long-standing history of involvement in the Drafting . . .
There is a growing need for excellent child care professionals in the workforce. When you think about it, most people at some time in . . .
Students in Construction Technology build and maintain structures ranging from rough scaffolds, residential electric and concrete forms to . . .
This course is designed to prepare individuals to function in the role of nursing assistants under the supervision of a licensed nurse. . . .
The primary purpose of the Kankakee Area Career Center is to meet vocational/ technical education needs of the regional high school . . .