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Pellissippi State Business and Community Services is offering a new Welding for Artists class this summertaught by a graduate wh o used her Welding Technology degree to start a creative business. Liz HeadrickC lass ofis teaching the noncredit Welding for Artists twice this summer: 9 a.
As a lifelong learning class, Welding for Artists i s open to the publicthough some welding knowledge and beginner experience is recommended. Headrick discovered her interest in welding at just the right time. Shortly after taking a welding class at a community college in California, Headrick moved to Knoxville and enrolled in the newly formed Welding Technology program at Pellissippi State.
When Headrick began posting photos of her work on Facebook and Instagram three years ago, people started to reach out to her, wanting her to make custom pieces for them. To register for Welding for Artists or any other Pellissippi State lifelong learning classes this summer, contact the Business and Community Services office at Lifelong learning classes are following new safety precautions in response to the coronavirus pandemic.
Masks or face coverings must be worn by all instructors and students for the duration of the class. Classes also are being held in larger classrooms to ensure that participants can maintain 6 feet of distance between each other. The award, sponsored this year by FirstBank, is given to an individual in recognition of ificant professional achievement, service to the community and support of the college and the Pellissippi State Foundation.
Maxey, who retired from Oak Ridge National Laboratory inwas the first in his family to go to college. Maxey worked his way through school, first as a janitor for restaurants and later as an electronics tec hnician, graduating with his Associate of Engineering Technology in Since his retirement, Maxey has started a consulting business, where he works with clients in the chemical processing, nuclear power, automotive, advanced materials and textiles industries.
Despite his lengthy list of professional accolades, Maxey insists that his greatest achievement of his career was the opportunity to mentor students. Recognizing the important role Pellissippi State has played in their lives, Mr. Maxey set up a scholarship at Pellissippi State in to help other s realize their dreams as well. The Curt and Helene Maxey S cholarship recognizes that, regardless of gra de point averagethere are many students who will go on to accomplish great thing s if they are given encouragement and assistance.
For more information about Pellissippi State Alumni, visit www. The Pellissippi Pantry provides access to healthy foods for members of the Pellissippi State family who may be experiencing food insecurity.
Every other week, participants may pick up orders that include prepackaged food and fresh organically grown produce from the Hardin Valley Campus Garden. With the coronavirus pandemic causing shortages at local grocery stores, FirstBank employees stepped up and helped Pellissippi State supplement the food the college had on hand to distribute to more than 75 Pellissippi Pantry recipients th e first w e ek of April. Pellissippi State set up distribution tents o n three of its campuses — Blount County, Hardin Valley and Magnolia Avenue — and announced times during which Pellissippi Pantry recipients could pick up their food.
This was just the latest way FirstBank, the third largest bank headquartered in Tennessee, has partnered with Pellissippi State in Anthony Wise Jr. Those award winners have not been announced. About FirstBank. For More Information. Jeanie Rittenberry or Roger Shirley. Pellissippi State launched the campaign Feb. To complete the campaign before the end of the calendar year, Pellissippi State is celebrating 45 Days of Giving.
The winning decade will be the theme of the campaign celebration. Facebook profile frames to support the campaign are available here. For more information about Pellissippi State, visit www. A recent Pellissippi State Community College graduate was the only student invited to participate in a staged reading of an original play in New York City.
She was great. She completed additional rewrites of the script before the public reading in New York City. She was so much on the outside it was hard to have sympathy for her before, but we knew that we should.
Her arc is stronger now. Wingerter and Wilcox-Chelimsky traveled to New York City for two days of rehearsal with the professional actors before the public reading, which was held in a small studio theatre near downtown.
The reading, which was directed by Farm Theater Artistic Director Padraic Lillis, was followed by a post-show discussion with the playwright and the cast. Who knows where it will go next? But this was the end of the road for us. Wilcox-Chelimsky said she felt an immediate connection with the character of Emily when she received the script last year.
For more information about the degrees Pellissippi State offers in Theatre Arts, visit www. It took Fillers only a couple of years on the paintball circuit, however, to realize professional paintball was not going to be a sustainable future, he said.
Fillers started taking classes part time at Pellissippi State inwhen he was 21 years old. Innovative De Inc. The award is given to an individual in recognition of ificant professional achievement, service to the community and support of the college and the Pellissippi State Foundation. On top of his job at Innovative De Inc. Fillers also has spearheaded the development of Innovative De Inc. Making the decision to take that first class at Pellissippi State is a decision I would make out of times again. Pellissippi State Community College has notified current and former students that their personally identifiable information may have been compromised when an unauthorized user accessed a college address Jan.
Although Pellissippi State immediately made changes to safeguard the that was compromised, the college is going a step further by offering the affected individuals credit monitoring and identity protection services for 12 months at no cost to them. Pellissippi State recommends those affected place a fraud alert on their credit files and check their credit reports every three months for the next year, even if they do not find any s of fraud Women want nsa Headrick their reports. We are reviewing our policies and procedures to better protect against an event like this happening again in the future.
Those with additional questions should visit www. The facilities and the curriculum were great. I took advantage of the library — up and beyond what was required of the course.
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I had good professors all around. To request accommodations for a disability at this event, call The colorful world of cosplay is coming to Pellissippi State Community College this fall with a photography exhibit celebrating the custom costumes, props and make-up that bring fictional characters to life.
Monday, Oct. The exhibit, the latest installment in The Arts at Pellissippi State, is free and open to the public. Gallery hours are 10 a.
Mondays through Fridays. Cosplay — short for costume play — is a social activity in which fans dress up like characters from works of fiction such as comic books, video games or television shows.
Cosplaying is the practice of constructing or wearing these types of costumes. Swanson, a professional photographer who graduated from Pellissippi State inenjoys cosplaying and has been photographing cosplayers for five years, both at conventions and on location. She sees cosplay as both art form and self-expression. You get to have that instant connection with all these people you just met. For more information on upcoming visual arts, theatre and music events, as well the Faculty Lecture Series, at Pellissippi State, visit www.
Pellissippi State Community College has recognized J. Travis Howerton as its Distinguished Alumni Award winner for Howerton is the senior director for transformation at Bechtel Corporation in Oak Ridge.
He graduated from Pellissippi State in with an A. For the past 10 years, Howerton has garnered over a dozen ificant awards, locally and nationally. He was honored with the Rising Star Award in at Federal Computer Week, and the awards have rolled in steadily since. Other awards include. Howerton also has written some 39 articles and publications since graduating from Pellissippi State. The college was named State Technical Institute at Knoxville,and it offered three associate degree programs, all in Engineering Technology.
Commencement begins at 7 p. Approximately students will graduate this fall.