News & Announcements
During the Iowa Association for Lifelong Learning (IALL) Summer Conference, held July 16-17 in Ames, Kim Oaks, SWCC business coordinator, received the Distinguished Service Award.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad and Lieutenant Governor Kim Reynolds (shown in photo above) were at Southwest Valley High School in Corning for a town hall meeting to talk about STEM (science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) on Tues., May 6, 2014.
The discussion was followed by STEM-related activities and demonstrations by students and their teachers.
For more information related to the Southwest Iowa STEM Region, please visit www.swcciowa.edu/stem.
Two big Pay it Forward (PIF) Week activities took place in the last two days. Both ended up extremely successful.
On Tues., April 22, the SWCC Student Senate hosted a Red Cross Blood Drive. The goal of the Blood Drive was to raise at least 43 units of blood. By the end of the day, the Red Cross went home with 55 units of blood; therefore, the Student Senate finished 12 units above goal for the day!! Thanks to all the donors and volunteers who made this day a success!
Get involved! Whether you Pay it Forward on your own, with a group of friends, or during one of the large group activities, encourage positive behaviors and service to the community throughout the week.
Check out the planned PIF Week Events!
Check out how others are Paying it Forward on 2014 PIF Posts page!
See you at the campus-wide cookout today from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m. at the Student Center!
Congratulations to Kelly Franklin and the SWCC Drama Club on a job well done on their production of Neil Simon's Rumors. More than 100 people attended the single performance last Friday evening. Franklin said with the profits from the ticket sales the club is already excited and planning for next year.
View more photos from the production on the SWCC page on Facebook.