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2014 PRESS RELEASES
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk to talk with Triton College students about their career path
U.S. Senator Mark Kirk will speak at Triton College’s School of Business Executive Series on Thursday, Oct. 30., discussing his career path and providing his personal insight into domestic and international economic issues, while also talking with Triton’s students on how to compete in the global workforce.
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Learn all about Triton College at Fall College Visit Day on Oct. 25
Triton College will hold its annual Fall College Visit Day for prospective students and families to learn about what Triton College has to offer.
Triton College Testing Center earns national certification
Triton College’s Testing Center has set the bar high for other post‐secondary testing centers in the nation. The college’s vital resource was recently awarded Test Center Certification by the National College Testing Association (NCTA).
What’s coming up at Triton College - September and October, 2014
The following are events coming up at Triton College. All of the events listed are free and open to the public and will take place on Triton’s River Grove campus, located at 2000 Fifth Ave., unless otherwise stated.
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Film written, directed by Triton faculty member to be screened at Gene Siskel Film Center
Triton College Mass Communications faculty and longtime filmmaker and actor Seth McClellan will have his most recent film screened at the Gene Siskel Film Center of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago on Oct. 24, 26 and 30.
Elmhurst resident first to receive Elmhurst College/Triton Alumni Council Scholarship
Ken Hoch of Elmhurst is the first recipient of the newly established Elmhurst College/Triton Alumni Council Scholarship that will help him continue his education toward an advanced degree.
Cernan Center scares up Halloween light show … and more!
Be prepared when the Cernan Earth and Space Center turns off its lights … and present “scare‐tastic” laser shows throughout October and November, several with a Halloween theme!
Triton College programs provide creative outlet for youth
This fall, starting Sept. 20, youth can partake in a number of courses that are not only educational, but fun! Take advantage of classes that will keep children engaged, as they learn a new language, create art or brush up on their computer or reading skills. And because many of the classes are scheduled in succession, you can enroll your child in more than one class!