See how CCDI has been sharing our mission and engaging with students at our recent events.
Friday, October 27th
North Tech Open House
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CCDI Scholars Malik Johnson (Clayco), Darren Williams (Flooring Systems), Arlando Bilal (Kuesel Excavating) and Terronn Millett (Icon) helping with Open House at their old school, North Tech High School. Teacher Pat Hanneken was thrilled to have them!
Tuesday, October 24th
Jennings High School Field Trip
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Jennings High School students visited the Icon Mechanical office and shop in Granite City, Illinois. Students visited many areas of the company, but the BIM modeling area and the fabrication shops were among the highlights. Students also got to see Terronn Millett, who just started working for Icon as a pre-apprentice pipe fitter with Local 562. Terronn was hired after attending the CCDI Annual Career Fair.
Wednesday, October 11th
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CCDI Scholar, Terronn Millett, started as a pre-apprentice with Local 562. Thank you icon Mechanical for making this possible!
Wednesday, October 4th
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Our CCDI Scholar and Mentee, Brandon, visited a local jobsite today with his Mentor, Larry Zelenovich, a Senior Project Manager at PayneCrest Electric, Inc.
Monday, October 2nd
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Congratulations to Richard Logan for being accepted as an apprentice into Iron Workers Local 396!
Special thanks to Linda and Mark Weaver of Weaver Steel Construction for taking an initiative with the CCDI program and helping Richard make his dream become a reality. Richard is a 2017 graduate from North Tech High School. He is currently working on Clayco's Pfizer jobsite in Chesterfield, Missouri.
Wednesday, September 20th
2nd Annual Golf Tournament
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Our 2nd Annual Golf Tournament was a tremendous success! We had great weather and huge turnout. There were 120 golfers that participated in our tournament and more guests joined us afterward during our happy hour event. It was a great opportunity for our sponsors to meet with our CCDI scholars and to hear their stories. It was also powerful for our scholars to see just how many people came out to support them and the CCDI program.