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The June 2018 Eagle Update

A look at the top stories at Kirkwood Community College for June 2018.

Event to Promote Local Transportation Industry Careers

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (June 11, 2018)–Kirkwood Community College will hold the first ever Rollin’ Rally on Saturday, June 23. The goal of the event is to build awareness and promote careers within the local transportation industry. A part of the 2018 Freedom Festival, the Rollin’ Rally will feature various activities for children and their families […]

Kirkwood Camps Introduce Area Kids to STEM Career Fields

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (May 9, 2018)—Kirkwood Interactive Camps for Kids (KICK) are back this summer with 100 new camp offerings for youth ages 8-15. More than 200 camps are available and are designed to introduce area children to STEM careers. According to the U.S. Commerce Department, employment in STEM occupations are expected to see an […]

2018 Kirkwood Summer Hours of Operation Changing

Summer Hours Take Effect May 14 Kirkwood will be observing summer hours from May 14 through August 3, 2018. During this time, business operating hours will be: Monday – Thursday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, 8 a.m. to noon Summer hours will be observed by all departments at every Kirkwood location with the exception of […]

Kirkwood Names Sundberg as Next President

Dr. Lori Sundberg Announcement follows extensive nationwide search for fifth leader in college’s history CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (December 14, 2017)-Kirkwood Community College introduced Dr. Lori Sundberg as its next president in an announcement ceremony on the college’s main campus Thursday afternoon. She will be the fifth president in Kirkwood’s history. Sundberg has served in her […]

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June Student of the Month: Lauren Kuch

What is your background?: My hometown is Cedar Rapids and I went to Prairie High School. My parents are Jeff and Diane, and I have one older sister, Katie, who graduated from UNI a year ago. What brought you to Kirkwood and why?: I came to Kirkwood because it was a great place to start […]

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The Kirkwood Foundation’s Spring 2018 Issue of Currents

The Spring 2018 issue of Currents is now available. Click here to read the digital edition.

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The May 2018 Eagle Update

A look at the top stories at Kirkwood Community College for May 2018.

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Second Annual All Stars of ICR Luncheon Set for May 24

CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (May 10, 2018)-Kirkwood Community College will hold the second annual workforce All Stars of ICR Luncheon on Thursday, May 24. The event honoring young people making an impact in Eastern Iowa’s key industries, brings occupations with shortages to the forefront in an effort to grow talent pipelines. Since 2011 the college has […]

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May Student of the Month: Morgan Zebuhr

What is your background?: I graduated from Cedar Rapids Kennedy High School in 2016, and also a native of the Cedar Rapids. I am the oldest of three blond-haired girls, all of which are graduating this May: Taylor from eighth grade, Paige from high school, and me, from Kirkwood. My two parents, Curt and Christina, […]

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Kirkwood Marks Earth Day with Two Major Honors

The Kirkwood Regional Center at the University of Iowa CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa (April 18, 2018)-Kirkwood Community College recently received two major awards for promoting sustainability and environmentally-friendly practices across its campuses. The college has been given a Tree Campus USA designation for the seventh year in a row by the Arbor Day Foundation. The recognition […]

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