Seventeen Kankakee Community College student-athletes have received NJCAA honors for their academic achievement during the 2018-19 school year.
The All-Academic First Team members, with a 4.0 grade point average, are:
Cole Eshleman of Loda, baseball;
Kloe Longtin of Herscher, volleyball; and
Cole Stigleman of Redkey, Ind., baseball.
The All-Academic Second Team members, with grade point averages between 3.80-3.99, are:
Dylan Post of Kankakee, baseball; and
Dawson Swearengen of Wilmington, soccer.
The All-Academic Third Team members, with grade point averages of 3.60-3.79, are:
Owen Behrens of Prophetstown, baseball;
Eric Godines Venegas of Pembroke Township, soccer;
Max Minich of Grabill, Ind., baseball;
Ashley Harwood of Kankakee, volleyball;
Isabelle Hille of Ft. Wayne, Ind., basketball;
Michael Machnic of Walkerton, Ind., baseball;
Alexis Marin of Rockford, basketball;
Genevieve Marion of Bourbonnais, volleyball;
Olivia Powell of Cissna Park, basketball;
Emma Schriner of Bourbonnais, softball;
Dylan Swearengen of Wilmington, soccer; and
Brandon Wray of Bourbonnais, soccer.
In addition, the Lady Cavaliers basketball team earned a spot on the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association honor roll for two-year colleges. The average GPA for all athletes on the 2018-19 team was 3.13. The Cavaliers were one of only 17 two-year colleges in the nation to have a team grade point average above 3.0.
Kankakee Community College’s Harold and Jean Miner South Extension Center in Watseka is offering Microsoft Office Suite Certification training.
The certificate program includes five eight-week classes. It can be completed in three semesters.
The upcoming schedule is:
Word (COSC 1352) and PowerPoint (COSC 1341) - Fall 2019, beginning Oct. 14.
Access (COSC 1362) and Excel (COSC 1372)- Spring 2020 semester
Microsoft Office Suite Integration (COSC 1382)- Summer 2020 term
For Fall 2019, registration must be completed before Sept. 6 for financial aid consideration.
Upon completion, students may satisfy requirements for a particular position within the business microcomputer application field. The coursework also can be applied toward an Advanced Certificate in Office Assistant and an Associate in Applied Science Office Professional degree.
For more information, phone or email Nancy Schunke at 815-802-8784 or firstname.lastname@example.org; or stop by the KCC South Extension Center, 1488 E. Walnut St in Watseka.