David L. Stanley White County Center
|Southeastern offers a variety of programming at various locations throughout its district. Southeastern is proud to partner with regional facilities and organizations to provide instructional programs to their clients and students. We are also pleased to be able to offer classes and activities for residents of the White County area in the David L. Stanley Carmi White County Center. The Illinois Workforce and Small Business Development Center provides customized training and CPR classes for the district’s businesses and agencies. The college’s Carpentry and Building Trades program is conveniently located at the SIC Foundation Center, where it provides a state-of-the art technical program for students, including a dual credit high school program in the after-noon during the school year. Follow the links for each site for further information about its programming. Southeastern also offers courses at many other locations throughout its district. See the current schedule of classes for specific classes and their locations.|
|Illinois Youth Center- Harrisburg
SIC provides career and technical education programs to youth at the Illinois Youth Center (IYC) in Harrisburg through a contract with the Illinois Department of Juvenile Justice. IYC is located at the western edge of Harrisburg, and has been serving Illinois youth since 1984. SIC began providing educational programming at the facility in 1985. College programs offered include Business Management, Computer Technology, Horticulture and Commercial Custodian. For additional information on our correctional programs, contact Dr. Dana Keating, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, at 618-252-5400, ext. 2201 (firstname.lastname@example.org.)
|Golconda Job Corps Civilian Conservation Center
Southeastern Illinois College continues its long partnership with the Golconda Job Corps Center with a variety ofcourse offerings at this site. Students benefit from computer instruction, learning basic computer and internet skills to assist them with job searches. They also participate in employability skills classes to assist them with the transition into the business and professional world upon completion of their stay at the Center. Southeastern has also offered an Office Assistant Certificate program for over 10 years, with students benefiting from the opportunity earn a college certificate while at the Center. For additional information on SIC offerings at the Golconda Job Corp, contact Lori Cox, Assistant Dean for Workforce and Community Education at 618-252-5400, ext. 2210 or 618-252-5001 (email@example.com); or, contact Dr. Dana Keating, Vice President for Academic and Student Affairs, at 618-252-5400, ext. 2201 (firstname.lastname@example.org).