Posts Tagged with ‘Chicago Heights’

Prairie State College Opens New Maker Lab

September 24, 2015

Prairie State College recently opened its SouthWorks MakerLab. The lab was created through the partnership and joint efforts of INAM (Illinois Network for Advanced Manufacturing) and SouthWorks MakerLab Network. The Chicago Heights lab houses 3D printers and scanners, welders, electronics, mills, lathes, and prototyping equipment. These can be used for a variety of interests and […]

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Prairie State College to Host MakerLab Camp for Arduino

July 13, 2015

Prairie State College will be hosting a MakerLab Camp for Arduino (an open source electronic prototyping platform). Students will learn about the Arduino board hardware and software and how to interface with circuits. July13-16 9am – 3pm Prairie State College 202 South Halsted St. Chicago Heights, IL 60411 The cost is $79 per student, which […]

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Prairie State College Job Fair April 14

April 14, 2015

Prairie State College is hosting their Spring Job Fair on April 14, from 10am – 1pm, in the Conference Center at 202 S. Halsted Street, Chicago Heights. The event is free and open to the public. Employers from a wide variety industries will be there looking for full and part-time employees to fill positions that […]

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Prairie State College Hosting Job Fair April 14

April 1, 2015

Prairie State College is hosting their Spring Job Fair on April 14, from 10am – 1pm, in the Conference Center at 202 S. Halsted Street, Chicago Heights. The event is free and open to the public. Employers from a wide variety industries will be there looking for full and part-time employees to fill positions that […]

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Prairie State’s Manufacturing Day in the News

September 26, 2014

Prairie State College is hosting a special Manufacturing Day event on October 2. The event will bring together manufacturers, educators, and students for exhibits, demonstrations, discussions, and networking. Check out the full article about the event here.  

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