Southwestern Community College (SWCC) freshman Carmen Subbert has been named the Iowa Community College Athletic Conference (ICCAC) Athlete of the Week.
According to the ICCAC Web site, Subbert, who plays outside hitter, hit with great efficiency in the Spartans two matches last week. Her 5.67 kills per set were in part because of her near 45 percent hitting rate. She added 1.8 digs per set to solidify her weekly award.
Subbert is a May 2014 graduate of Stanton High School.
The Fraternal Order of Eagles #1398 of Creston presented a check to the Southwestern Community College Education Foundation, thanks to a donation from the Don Mullin Family Memorial, to award scholarships to four SWCC students.
An innovative plan developed by Iowa’s community colleges to train thousands of workers in high-demand fields is being recognized with a $15 million grant announced Monday by the U.S. Department of Labor.
A consortium, consisting of all 15 Iowa community colleges, jointly applied for funding to build training capacity in the areas of information technology, healthcare, utilities, and manufacturing – also known as the IHUM Network. Grant funds will be used statewide to create more than 45 additional training certificates in the IHUM targeted areas.
Southwestern Community College’s (SWCC) portion of the grant, $1 million, will be used to assist in the implementation of a high-tech simulation lab on-campus for the college’s esteemed nursing programs—licensed practical nursing and registered nursing—as well as SWCC’s health-related continuing education programs.
On Saturday, September 27, the Spartan sports shooting team traveled to the Ventura Gun Club in Ventura for their first conference meet hosted by NIACC. As a team, the Spartans earned the top spot in trap, winning the event with a score or 246 out of 250.
Shelby Woods, freshman from Madison, MO, grabbed first place in trap for the women, with a score of 49 out of 50. Sophomore Ethan Jolliff from Indianola and freshman Justin Woods from Mt. Pleasant both posted a perfect 50 forcing a shoot-off for first place. In the end, Woods edged out Jolliff for the win.
The Spartans will hit the road again on Saturday, October 11, to compete in another conference meet in Fort Dodge hosted by Iowa Central CC.
The SWCC softball team is selling "Property of" T-shirts (see photo above) featuring "The House That Fox Built," a dedication to long-time and always memorable Coach Ron "Fox" Clinton. The cost per shirt is $15.
If you would like to purchase a T-shirt, please contact SWCC Head Softball Coach Lindsay Stumpff.
The Southwestern Community College (SWCC) marketing department received two Medallion Awards at the District 5 National Council for Marketing and Public Relations (NCMPR) Conference, held in Des Moines, from September 21-23.
The SWCC team won a Gold Medallion Award in the "Viewbook" category and a Bronze Medallion Award in the “Radio Advertisement/PSA Single” category.
Terry Wangberg, early childhood program director at Southwestern Community College (SWCC) in Creston, has been named the 2014 Iowa Children’s Champion. The award is given by the Region VII Head Start Association.
Charlie Mundy, SWCC high school carpentry and building trades instructor in Osceola, was the recipient of the 2014 Iowa Masonic Teacher of the Year Award at the 170th Annual Communication of the Grand Lodge of Iowa at Cedar Rapids on Sept. 18, 2014.
On Monday, September 22, the Spartan golf team traveled to Polk City to participate in the Grand View University Invite. Spartan golfers Matt Righi, Chasen Selsor, and Delson Grantham competed in the event, held at one of Iowa’s most difficult golf courses, Tournament Club of Iowa, against some of the state’s more elite golf programs. With beautiful weather and low winds, the only real challenges were difficult pin placements and fast greens. Righi led the Spartans with a very respectable 82.
The Spartans will be attending the AIB Invite at Lake Panorama starting on Friday for weekend tournament. The course will provide a beautiful backdrop for the team to improve on their scores.
To celebrate 2014 National Manufacturing Day, on Thurs., October 2, iManufacture will be held in the SWCC Student Center, from 11:30 a.m.-1 p.m.
SWCC students, area high school students, and community members are invited to attend an open house that will connect them to manufacturing in interactive ways through hands-on demonstrations. Participants will also be able to explore advanced manufacturing through interactive applications on an iPad Air!
This event is being hosted by SWCC's Workplace Learning Network. Questions may be directed to Valerie White, Workplace Learning Network coordinator.
- 2014 Boys Basketball Camps
- Sports Shooting Team Starts Season with Win
- High School Students Invited to 2014 SmartStart Kickoff
- Creston’s Cook Announced as SWCC’s New CFO
- Improved Spartans Fall Short Against No. 7 Eagles
- Gibson Memorial Library Receives Statewide Grant
- Lorensen Announces 2014-2015 MBB Schedule
- Spartan Cross Country Teams Nationally Ranked
- Community Awareness Day for Students
- Spartans Defeat NIACC in Four