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ICC congratulates Andrew Waller, of Pekin, Ill., for completing requirements for two Associate in Applied Science Degrees during the Spring 2017 semester. More than 300 students participated in Co...Spring 2017
Colleges across the country are recognizing students from Pekin Community High School for their on-campus success. Click any achievement to discover alumni from Pekin Community High School, view their personalized Merit pages, and learn about what they...
Activities & Affiliations
Students Face Off, Plant the Seeds for Rewarding Careers at National Collegiate Landscape CompetitionThe National Collegiate Landscape Competition is an annual three-day competition and networking event for students enrolled in interior and exterior horticulture programs at two- and four-year colleges and universities from across the country. Each year, a different host location is selected, which gives the participants a chance to see different parts of the country and also increases the level of difficulty for some of the outdoor competitions. This year, ICC students traveled to Provo, Utah, March 15-18 to participate in the event. More than 750 landscape industry students demonstrate their skills in real-world, competitive events coupled with an outstanding Career Fair. The National Collegiate Landscape Competition provides landscape industry companies with unparalleled opportunities to meet and recruit next-generation landscape industry superstars. ICC students placed 23rd out of 60 teams competing and had students finish as high as 33rd out of the 672 individual students. ICC was the second highest ranking school in the state, finishing just behind College of DuPage, which placed 22nd.Spring 2017
ICC Horticulture Program students currently are participating in the "Come Alive Outside Design Challenge," which provides an opportunity for teams of post-secondary and secondary students to work together with landscape professionals to design and build engaging outdoor learning environments at schools and childcare facilities. ICC students will partner with Come Alive Outside, The Kitchen Community, and Christy Webber Landscapes to create an outdoor learning environment for Hanson Park Elementary School in Chicago, Ill. Teams have until Dec. 2 to finalize proposals, which will be judged by a professional panel and voted on by the community of teachers and parents at Hanson Park. All submissions will be featured at the Chicago Flower and Garden Show in March 2017. The winning design will be announced in December, with the winning design scheduled to be built on the school grounds in the spring of 2017.Fall 2016
ICC congratulates students in the Horticulture Program who completed internships during the spring 2017 semester.Spring 2017
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