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CCC Campus Showcase

June 8, 2019

9am to 2pm


Stop in to see all the exciting opportunities available at Clinton Community College! This event is for high school students getting ready to graduate who are unsure of what they want to do in the fall, or anyone who is curious about how a college degree may help them.

RSVP appreciated, but not required.

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Campus Showcase Event Schedule

9am - 12pm: Open Sessions, Conquering Obstacles in Your Academic Path
Stop in any time between 9am and 12pm. Click here for details and locations.


10am - 11am: Hands On Activities / Engaging Mini-Workshops
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11:15am - 12:15pm: Hands On Activities / Engaging Mini-Workshops
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11:00am – 1:00pm: Lunch & Ice Cream Sundae Bar

1pm - 2pm: Guided Campus Tours


Please note that the schedule is subject to change.


 

9am – 12pm
Clinton Campus Showcase
Open Sessions
Come and talk to the Faculty and Staff of Clinton Community College. Receive some useful information and handouts that will help you as you begin here at Clinton. Browse some displays and artwork as well!

Coffee & Breakfast Available
Room: 202A

Meet and Greet the Faculty / Academic Pathway Planning
Room: 203A
Have a conversation with our faculty about the many academic programs we offer including our newest Applied Psychology Degree, English Degree, Biology Track in our Math & Science Degree and the new Associates in Occupational Studies Degree for Industrial/Commercial Electricians. Representatives from the Business & Accounting Dept, English Dept, Humanities Dept, Math Dept, Nursing & Allied Health Dept, Science Dept, and Social & Behavioral Sciences as well as representation for our Human Services degree will all be on campus.

Career Services
Room: 202A

Check out information about the services we offer and internships

General Education
Room: 202A
What does it mean to complete your GEN Eds? Find more information here!

Registration and Placement Test Sign Up
Room: 203A

Want to Register for Courses? Need a placement test? Sign up here!

Zero Textbook Cost with OER
Room: 203A
Open Educational Resources allows our faculty to offer you courses that will save you money. Find out more here and get some SWAG!

Tutoring Center
Room: 203A


Accommodative Services
Room: 107A
Our learning resources specialist will be on campus to talk to any students who would like to learn more about the academic services we provide for students with disabilities.

Financial Aid
Room: 203A

Do you have questions about FAFSA, Excelsior, or aid in general. Come and talk with our Financial Aid Director.

Campus Life
Room: 203A

Learn how you can get involved on campus and about all the events coming to Clinton this semester. Talk with our Director of Campus Life to learn about available community housing.

Information on becoming a Certified Alcohol & Substance Abuse Counselor (CASAC)
Room: 203A
Receive vital information about becoming CASAC certified. Speak to on our professors in the Human Services field to learn more about the certification and starting our Human Services degree.

Nursing Program
Room: 203A
Interested in becoming a nurse? Want to learn more about being prepared to enter the rigorous program? Speak with our Director of the program and learn all you need to know about applying for our nursing program. Already accepted…great! Learn more about what your first year will entail.

Psychology in Film and Music Club
Room: 203A
Are you interested in psychology, but also have a love for film and music? Come and meet the club advisor who is also a professor of Psychology. Talk about how you can join!

A&P Lab Tour
Room: 229T

Visit our Anatomy & Physiology lab and speak with our A&P Professor

Technology Mobile Classroom Tour
Lower Parking Lot of IAM

Visit our mobile classroom and see 3D printing in action!

Student Activities Board
Room: 203A
Learn about how you can participate on campus in events and see just a few of the many fun activities planned for this upcoming year!

Cliffhanger Art Showing
Room: Stafford Theater 110T
View all of the artwork that has been published in the Clinton Community College Cliffhanger

Art Studio Tour
Room: 318T
Did you love art in high school and hate the thought of giving it up. Tour our art studio and chat with one of our Professors who teaches Painting and Drawing and learn about the art classes we offer here.

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10am – 11am
Mini Workshops and Hands On Activities: Session 1 

Escape Room Challenge
Room 222T & 223T

Stuck at the bottom of the ocean, can you salvage the treasure and make your escape?
It will take some clever thinking and pillaging to survive.

Exploring Forensics – Crime Scene Reconstruction and Blood Spatter Interpretation
Room: 203T
By day, mild mannered Dexter is a blood-spatter analyst for the fictional Miami Metro Police Department. But at night, he is a serial killer who targets other murderers who have slipped through the cracks of the justice system. Students will create and learn how to interpret different blood spatter patterns, including determining angles of impact used in crime scene reconstruction.

Vaping is bad and we aren’t blowing smoke
Room: 209T
Students will conduct an experiment using nicotine and black worms to observe the chemical’s effects on the movement and pulse rate of the worms.

Applied Psychology: Careers and Life
Room: 111A
Learn about one of our newest degree programs here at Clinton. Learn about the types of careers you can get with this degree and chat with one of the professors in field.

Teamwork & Group Dynamics
Room: 208H

Students will work on teambuilding and how to manage working in groups. Learn how to stay connected to the sport you love.

Yoga to reduce the stress in your life
Room: 217H

Student will receive a demonstration on different yoga positions and learn how yoga can help improve their life and stress level.

Ankle Injury Care
Room: 207H

Learn the basic techniques associated with proper ankle taping and wrapping so you can offer the best support possible as your athlete rehabilitates their ankle injury

Racquetball Demo
Lower Gym Floor – Court 1
Students will be able to view our racquetball courts and get a taste of what it is like to participate in a Health and Physical Education class on campus.

Virtual Welder
Room: 213A
Using a Linkin Virtual Welding Unit, students will have an opportunity to learn the basics of welding without the danger! Student will be split into teams for a fun competition based on a scenario given. Each team will have to weld two pieces of metal together and their work will be scored.

Wind Turbine Simulation
Room: 213A
Student will learn about the most effective combination of blades on a wind turbine.
Effective =Energy! Utilizing the angle and speed of rotation of a blade, students will determine what makes wind turbines so unique in the green energy world!

The Write Stuff: Creativity Challenge
Room: 214A
Students will be able to chat with a few English faculty while playing some word games, answering trivia, and attempting some puzzle challenges. Are you ready to challenge them?

Online Course Tutorial
Room: 210A

Learn how to take a course online. Students will actually be able to experience what it is like to take an online class and learn how the navigation tools.


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11:15am – 12:15pm
Mini Workshops and Hands On Activities: Session 2 

Escape Room Challenge
Room 222T & 223T

Stuck at the bottom of the ocean, can you salvage the treasure and make your escape?
It will take some clever thinking and pillaging to survive.

Exploring Forensics – Crime Scene Reconstruction and Blood Spatter Interpretation
Room: 203T
By day, mild mannered Dexter is a blood-spatter analyst for the fictional Miami Metro Police Department. But at night, he is a serial killer who targets other murderers who have slipped through the cracks of the justice system. Students will create and learn how to interpret different blood spatter patterns, including determining angles of impact used in crime scene reconstruction.

Vaping is bad and we aren’t blowing smoke
Room: 209T
Students will conduct an experiment using nicotine and black worms to observe the chemical’s effects on the movement and pulse rate of the worms.

Environmental Science & Technology Careers and Degrees
Room: 206T
Learn about our Environmental Science and Tech Degree programs here at Clinton. Speak to one of our professors in the field about all the potential careers you could have with this degree and the potential 4-year transfer options you may have.

Drama Club
Room: 111A

Did you love theater in high school and wish you could still participate, look no further. Come and speak with the Drama Club advisor about how you can get involved.

Health & Physical Education Careers and Degrees
Room: 208H

Learn about the degrees we offer here at Clinton in Health and Physical Education. Are you interested in Sports Management? Come and talk to one of the professors in this area!

Ankle Injury Care
Room: 207H

Learn the basic techniques associated with proper ankle taping and wrapping so you can offer the best support possible as your athlete rehabilitates their ankle injury

Athletic Recruitment Seminar
Room: Lower Level Gym
Why stop playing the sport you loved in high school, come and meet our coaches! Find out how you can play here at Clinton and learn about what you need for athletic clearance.

Virtual Welder
Room: 213A
Using a Linkin Virtual Welding Unit, students will have an opportunity to learn the basics of welding without the danger! Student will be split into teams for a fun competition based on a scenario given. Each team will have to weld two pieces of metal together and their work will be scored.

Wind Turbine Simulation
Room: 213A
Student will learn about the most effective combination of blades on a wind turbine.
Effective =Energy! Utilizing the angle and speed of rotation of a blade, students will determine what makes wind turbines so unique in the green energy world!

Industrial Robots and Robotics Competition
IAM Open Lab – 1st floor
Students will use MakeBlock Robots to navigate an obstacle course for time competing against other students. There will also be a pull test and ramp climbing challenge. Get ready!

The Write Stuff: Creativity Challenge
Room: 214A
Students will be able to chat with a few English faculty while playing some word games, answering trivia, and attempting some puzzle challenges. Are you ready to challenge them?

Online Course Tutorial
Room: 210A

Learn how to take a course online. Students will actually be able to experience what it is like to take an online class and learn how the navigation tools.

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Lunch & Ice Cream Sundae Bar: 11am – 1pm

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Campus Guided Tours: 1-2pm

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