Thursday, April 4, 2013
Job seekers in the Prairie State College district have an opportunity to meet more than 20 companies and armed services. Attendees are encouraged to pre-register for the event and dress in business attire.
College students and job seekers in the Prairie State College district, opportunity is knocking. On April 16 the college will host its bi-annual Job Fair from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the college's Conference Center. The fair currently features 24 companies and armed forces offering attendees opportunities for employment. The companies and armed forces are offering full- and part-time positions during the fair. Attendees of the fair are encouraged to dress in business attire and bring plenty of resumes for potential employers. Those planning to attend should preregister here. For more information about the Job Fair, potential attendees should contact, Tanya Norfleet, (708) 709-3755, Ramien Manson, (708) 709-3922, or Tamika Manson, (708) 709-…
Friday, December 14, 2012
Is it OK to hire your stepdad and then pass a nepotism policy? What about handing over nearly one million dollars without talking to those who might be affected by it later? These issues and more on this week's Patch Talk.
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Wednesday, December 12, 2012
Wendell Mosby has been temporarily stripped of his travel reimbursement privileges after he walked out of a board meeting and took the quorum with him.
Prairie State College Trustee Wendell Mosby will be traveling on his own dime, at least until he gets his boardroom behavior under control. The trustee was censured at the board's Dec. 4 meeting, losing his travel reimbursement privileges indefinitely, according to fellow trustee Marc A. Wiley Sr. The punishment came as a result of Mosby strategically walking out of a meeting. At the Oct. 30 public board meeting, Mosby was one of only four board members to show up out of the seven. When a board policy on nepotism in employment came up for discussion and vote, Mosby voiced his disapproval, according to the minutes. He said the board was enacting the policy to retaliate against the Prairie State staff for opposing the hiring of Chair …
Friday, June 8, 2012
Mary Reaves' address to May 2012 graduates was her last with the college.