As of June 30, I will be retiring as the president of South Suburban College after 40 wonderful years of service. It's hard to believe so many years have gone by since I first started my journey at SSC, the last 11 1/2 in the role as president.
South Suburban College is proud to announce Sarah Kustok, of Comcast SportsNet, as the keynote speaker for our 2012 Chicago Women's Conference on March 9. The conference will be at our main campus in South Holland.
Today, we introduce new members of The Times Editorial Advisory Board. They have agreed to share their opinions on issues of local and regional interest. Look for these familiar names and faces on columns in the Forum section over the next year.
As a community college, South Suburban College offers a wide range of opportunities that often surprise people who were not aware of them.
The Business and Career Institute of South Suburban College on March 11 hosted the third annual Chicago Women's Conference & Expo at our main campus in South Holland. I was pleased to learn this event was the largest and most successful to date. More than 300 participants and 60 vendors …
George Dammer is president of South Suburban College.
Today, we introduce new members of The Times Editorial Advisory Board. These individuals have agreed to share their opinions on issues of local and regional interest. Look for these familiar names and faces on columns in the Forum section over the next year.
With the state and federal funding levels for colleges stagnant for nearly a decade, South Suburban College has been challenged with the task of providing cutting-edge programs and technology while remaining affordable for residents of Community College District 510. This challenge has been …
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