Free fresh food open to all IHCC Students.
No Pre-registration required.
We’re Hiring! Work on campus and earn $12 an hour and great experience for your future career.
The Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning is seeking its next Center for Career Development Assistant! Check out the Job Description and apply! We would love for someone to start ASAP in order to be trained in for Spring Semester! Winter break and summer hours are available! Do you have questions or concerns before applying? Send them to Emily at firstname.lastname@example.org. Check out our Facebook page to see a little bit more about what we do!
As you near final exams and projects coming due stop by Health Services for a pick me up on Monday, Dec. 9th and Tuesday, Dec. 10th
Location – College Center 109 Time – 8:00-4:00
Just remember two phrases:
“It’s a piece of cake!”
“It’s easy as pie!”
The Center for Career Development and Community-Based Learning is seeking its next Center for Career Development Assistant!
Work on campus and earn $12 an hour and great experience for your future career.
Check out the Job Description and apply!
All employers will be located outside of The Lounge between 10-2 pm.
Does the environment we are raised in affect the path we take in life? Why do some people have the ability to overcome adversities and others struggle to overcome?”
2:00 – 3:00pm
Room FA 190
Free Visits 1:00-4:00
Dr. John Vukelich
I chose family medicine because I enjoy dealing with the entire family. I have been involved with Inver Hills Community College Health Services since 1981 at its inception. I enjoy working with college students and faculty.
SPECIAL INTERESTS – Adolescent medicine and Behavioral Medicine
PERSONAL INTERESTS – Traveling and fitness
Dr. Brandon Ng
I believe that excellent health truly is a team effort. Each member can bring different perspectives and ideas to the table that can enhance what might have been an individual effort. I look forward to partnering with my patients to develop that sense of teamwork so we can best meet their healthcare needs.
SPECIAL INTERESTS – Adolescent care and community health.
PERSONAL INTERESTS – Traveling the world, playing tennis during the summers, and trying all the new food around the Twin Cities!
PAC Whitney Worley
I chose to work as a physician assistant in family medicine because I truly enjoy working with people of all ages on a more familiar level. I believe that by allowing patients an opportunity to get to know and feel comfortable with their providers, they are able to better manage their health and even prevent disease.
SPECIAL INTERESTS – Preventive medicine, chronic disease management, women’s health and minor procedures.
PERSONAL INTERESTS – Traveling, reading, fitness, cooking and watching movies.