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Kankakee Area Reg. Vocational Education System teamed up with local businesses and the Kankakee Area Career Center to present the annual 8 th Grade Career Awareness Program. Eighth grade may just be the perfect time to really dig in to career exploration. High school is just around the corner for these future workers and their educational path and course selection is important. Having a focus and pathway toward a future . . .
Kankakee Area Career Center (KACC) Drafting +3D Instructor, Steve Kelley, and his students brought creativity to their program curriculum when they decided to develop a remote control race car project. This particular project, made possible by a grant from the Illinois Retired Teachers' Association, underwrote the cost of the remote controlled race cars (to scale of course!), modeling materials, and 3D printing materials needed. . . .
Kankakee Area Career Center delightfully welcomed James Stafford as the instructor for Automotive Technology in August 2015. Since then, . . .
The Kankakee Area Career Center (KACC) Preschool is designed to serve children between the ages of 3 to 5 years. The Preschool . . .
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Thankfully for KACC and our drafting students, BIMBA Manufacturing has continued their long-standing history of involvement in the Drafting . . .
Students in Construction Technology build and maintain structures ranging from rough scaffolds, residential electric and concrete forms to . . .
Only a few days left. Well, the last day of regular school here at KACC is Tuesday, May 24th. The year has . . .
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 . . .