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Hutchinson Community College to Host Career Connections Job Fair Apr 3, 2019

Hutchinson Community College will be hosting the Fourth Annual Career Connections Job Fair Thursday, April 4, from 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. at the Hutchinson Sports Arena.

Over 130 area employers have registered to attend seeking employees for full-time, part-time and internship opportunities. A list of the employers currently registered is available at www.hutchcc.edu/careerfair. The fair is free and open to the public.

To help job-seekers prepare, many free resources are available at CareerZone - www.collegecentral.com/hutchcc. This resource is available not only to HutchCC students but to all community members as well.

Current HutchCC students attending the fair who complete a survey are eligible to win one of a pair of Apple iPads.

For more information, please e-mail CareerZone@hutchcc.edu or visit www.hutchcc.edu/careerfair.

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Best-Selling Author to Speak at Dillon Lecture Apr 3, 2019

Best-selling author Denise Kiernan will be the second speaker in the 2019 Ray and Stella Dillon Lecture Series at Hutchinson Community College.

Kiernan is an author, journalist and producer and has been working as a writer for more than 20 years. Her work has been published in The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Village Voice, Ms. Magazine, Reader's Digest, Discover and many more publications. She has also worked in television, serving as head writer for ABC's "Who Wants to Be a Millionaire" during its Emmy award-winning first season and has produced for media outlets such as ESPN and MSNBC.

Her last two books - The Last Castle and The Girls of Atomic City - were both instant New York Times bestsellers. Kiernan’s lecture will focus on The Girls of Atomic City, the unbelievable true story of young women during World War II who worked in a secret city dedicated to making fuel for the first atomic bomb - only they didn’t know that. This narrative non-fiction book introduces the reader to this world through the eyes of the real women who lived and worked there during the war. The Girls of Atomic City is a story of patriotism and purpose, of mystery and suspicion, survival and remembrance.

For those attending the lecture, the Cosmosphere will have a display of some of their atomic artifacts available for viewing in the Sports Arena south lobby prior to and immediately following the lecture.

Tickets to the lecture are currently on sale at the HutchCC Campus Store in the Parker Student Union.

Kiernan will appear at a press conference for members of the media prior to the lecture.  The press conference is scheduled at 9:45 a.m. in the Media Interview Room of the Hutchinson Sports Arena.

Funding for this program is provided in part by Humanities Kansas, a nonprofit cultural organization connecting communities with history, traditions and ideas to strengthen civic life. Visit www.humanitieskansas.org for more information.

2019 is the 38th season for the Dillon Lecture Series on the HutchCC Campus.  For more information on the Dillon Lecture Series, or to become a patron, call Robin Woodworth at 620-665-3505 or visit the college website at www.hutchcc.edu/dls.

Board of Trustees Recognizes Honors, PTK Students Apr 3, 2019

The February meeting of the Hutchinson Community College Board of Trustees began with the Board welcoming students representing the Honors Program and Phi Theta Kappa All-Kansas Academic Team. Keeley Cunningham, Hutchinson, and Atiya Mahavanich, Bangkok, Thailand, will be recognized at the PTK All-Kansas Academic Team Celebration in Topeka in March.

The Honors Program is comprised of 112 students. The HutchCC Honors Program consist of both rigorous classes that allow students to explore subjects in greater depth and engaging co-curricular activities sponsored by the Honors Student Council. Representation at the board meeting included active members of the Honors Student Council.

In additional business, the Board of Trustees received an update on its Strategic Planning initiatives and also took action on tuition and fees for the 2019-20 academic year. 

The next meeting of the board will be on Thursday, March 14 at 7:00 p.m. in the Shears Technology Center Justice Theater.  The public is invited to attend.

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HutchCC to Host Community Forums Apr 3, 2019

Hutchinson Community College has scheduled a series of community forums in conjunction with its ongoing accreditation process through the Higher Learning Commission (HLC). 

The purpose of the forums is to solicit feedback on the College’s Mission Statement, Vision Statement and Values. The forums are open to the public, especially the College’s stakeholders, business and industry and educational partners.  College President Dr. Carter File will lead the discussion.

Forums are scheduled from 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm on the following dates:

·         Tuesday, February 5, McPherson Center, 2208 E. Kansas Ave.

·         Thursday, February 7, Newton Center, 203 E. Broadway St.

·         Tuesday, February 19, Hutchinson, Parker Student Union Alumni Room

Those unable to attend one of the above forums can request a copy of the College’s Mission, Vision and Values by e-mailing mvvfeedback@hutchcc.edu or calling the President’s office at 620-665-3505.

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