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Casmir Pulaski Day Doesn't Stop These Students!
KACC's Director, Don Fay, Principal, Bosa Goodale, and all our KACC faculty are delighted with student turnout on this 2015 Casmir Pulaski Day! Beecher High School, which was not in attendance today, provided bus transportation from the the high school campus to KACC here in Bourbonnais so their students would not miss a day of their KACC classes. A whopping 33 of 38 students were on Sheryl . . . read more
Gaines Hall, local Architect and Senior Fellow of the American Institute of Architects, came to the Kankakee Area Career Center to speak with the Drafting + 3D Design class for Professional Day. KACC's Instructor, Stephen Kelley, sets time aside from traditional curriculum to welcome area professionals to share their wealth of . . . read more
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Here's what others are saying about the Construction Industry The Future of the Construction Industry is in Career and Technical Education by Jennifer Wilkerson on Fri, 02/20/2015 - 8:42am Awareness and Recruiting Career Development Each year, NCCER and Build Your Future (BYF) . . . read more
The primary purpose of the Kankakee Area Career Center is to meet vocational/ technical education needs of the regional high school . . .
Graduating the Nation's Future Workforce
This article originally appeared in the November 14 issue of MDR’s EdNET Insight news alert series, “ Voice From . . .
Be Responsible to Know the Rules
Welcome Back Everyone!. One of the first items we cover the beginning of each school year is the KACC Student Handbook. This handbook is . . .
KACC Preschool Class Gets On Board
Sherrill Lehman, Bus Driver for Beecher High School, teamed up with Danielle Jacques, KACC’s Preschool Clinical Lab Supervisor, . . .
This course is designed to prepare individuals to function in the role of nursing assistants under the supervision of a licensed nurse. . . .
As KACC's Law enforcement instructor, Mr. Barber does a great deal with his class. His program is over the course of two school years, . . .