Moraine Valley Seeking Employers for Mock Interview Day
The Job Resource Center at Moraine Valley Community College is seeking employers to participate in Mock Interview Day Wednesday, Feb. 18, from 2 to 5 p.m. The event will be in the Moraine Business and Conference Center (Building M), 9000 W. College Pkwy, Palos Hills.
Interviewers must be affiliated with a business, and have experience conducting interviews on a professional level. They will engage in a formal, 30-minute mock interview with students, alumni and community members. During the first 20 minutes, employers will ask a series of general interview questions provided by the college. The remaining 10 minutes will be used to offer feedback and helpful tips to the interviewee.
Business people who would like to volunteer their time as interviewers should call 974-5313 or email email@example.com.
Moraine Valley Now Offering Supply Chain Courses at Tinley Park Campus
Moraine Valley Community College provides specialized Supply Chain Management courses to meet the needs of businesses competing in this fast paced, global economy. Spring classes start the week of Jan. 12 on the main campus, 9000 W. College Pkwy, Palos Hills, and at the Southwest Education Center, 17900 S. 94th Ave., Tinley Park.
For more information on the program, visit morainevalley.edu/ccce/transportation, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org, or call 974-5735.
Registration is being taken in person at the Registration Office, located in Building S, Room 125 on the main campus, 9000 W. College Pkwy, Palos Hills, by calling 974-2110 (TTY 711), or online at morainevalley.edu.
Transportation and Logistics Overview is an online class. Job Skills for Competitive Advantage and Cargo Security classes are offered on weekends at the main campus. Transportation, Introduction to Import/Export and the Principles of Operations Management are offered at the Southwest Education Center.
Moraine Valley seeks Distinguished Alumnus Award nominees
Graduates of Moraine Valley Community College who have been successful in their industry or career are being sought for the 2015 Distinguished Alumnus Award. In addition to being named the college’s Distinguished Alumnus, the nominee will be submitted to the statewide Distinguished Alumnus Award program sponsored by the Illinois Community College Trustees Association.
A nomination form can be downloaded from the Moraine Valley website at morainevalley.edu, or sent electronically by e-mailing Jessica Crotty at email@example.com. Nominations must be submitted to Moraine Valley’s College and Community Relations Office in Building D, Room 106, 9000 W. College Pkwy, Palos Hills, by 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 30. For more information, call 974-5375.
The selection committee will consider such factors as outstanding success and distinction in his/her chosen field, humanitarian service that has proven greatly beneficial to society, and continued interest in and support of education and community colleges. A complete list of the award guidelines can be found online at communitycolleges.org/awardsummary.
Mount Carmel Hosts Adult Spirituality Series
Mount Carmel High School, will host the second of a three part a series on adult spirituality featuring guest speaker Dr. Terry Nelson-Johnson, founder of Soul Play, LLC and resident theologian and animator of faith at Old St. Patrick’s Church. Nelson-Johnson will discuss “The Gift of Grace,” Jan. 28 at 7 p.m., followed by the final session, “A Church to Call Home,” April 15 at 7 p.m. Attendance at the first session is not required to attend subsequent sessions.
To reserve a spot for the Adult Spirituality Series, provided at no cost by Mount Carmel, register at MCHS.org/spiritualityseries, or call Denise Carey at 773-324-1020, ext. 214, or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.