According to the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, electric vehicle sales could reach 40% of total passenger car sales by 2023. The increase in electric vehicles on the road means an increased demand for skilled technicians to service those vehicles. Thanks to a grant from the Illinois Green Economy Network (IGEN), Rock Valley College has developed a training program to answer the call.
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f you’ve had the opportunity to work with the Truck Driver Training (TDT) program at Rock Valley College, you know the heart that fills the program. With cohorts only lasting five weeks, both students and instructors make the most of their time together.
Rock Valley College will host its annual Jazz Festival on Saturday, February 12, 2022, in the Performing Arts Room (located in the ERC building on RVC's main campus at 3301 North Mulford Rd.).
The Illinois Community College Board (ICCB) has granted $1.28 million to Rock Valley College (RVC) to help address education and unemployment gaps for African American and other minority communities.
Like many college students, Audra Ettelbrick was at a four-year university when COVID was in full swing. In the spring of 2021, this education major and Rockford native decided to transfer to RVC, and she has not looked back.