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48-Hour Film Contest

Jefferson College 48-Hour Film Festival

Community filmmaking teams are invited to direct, produce, or star in an original short film during the fifth annual 48-Hour Film Festival sponsored by the college’s Events/Cultural Diversity Committee and Art Department. 

The contest is open to all Missouri residents within a 200 mile radius of the Hillsboro campus. There is no cost to enter. Teams of up to five members will be given a theme and must work within 48 hours to write, shoot, and edit a film up to seven minutes in length. Teams must attend all of the meetings in order to participate. 

Job Fairs March 4, 5 and 25

Job Fairs March 4, 5 and 25

As a public service, Jefferson College will host three community-wide job fairs in March on the Hillsboro campus in an effort to provide career information and employment related resources in a variety of occupational areas.  

A Career and Technical Education Division Job Fair will be held on Wednesday, March 4, from 1-4 p.m. in the CTE Building West Lobby. Participating employers will include:

Fall 2014 Dean's List

Jefferson College News

Congratulations to the following Jefferson College students who made the Fall 2014 Dean's List.

Canada, Toronto; Leslie Damphousse

Croatia, Dubrovnik; Lucija Barac

Czech Republic, Klatovy; Marketa Illetskova

Hong Kong, Tin Shui Wai; Yik Fai Siu

Jamaica, Cumberland Portmore; Akeem Richards

Japan, Fukushima; Tomomi Ouchi

Latvia, Marupe; Anete Petersone

Poland, Darlowo; Martyna Meresinska

​Russa, UFA; Albina Khamidullina

IA, Waterloo; Symone Robinson

IL, Joliet; Tara Cannella

Harlem Wizards Feb. 19

Trick Hoops and Alley Oops: Harlem Wizards Feb. 19

The Jefferson College PACE event series will continue on Thursday, February 19, at 7 p.m. as the world-renowned Harlem Wizards basketball team returns to the college, bringing their high-spirited show to the Field House on the Hillsboro campus in a game against the Viking VIPs.

Legislative Visit to Jefferson City

Legislative Visit to Jefferson City

Missouri’s community colleges currently educate about 40 percent of the state’s undergraduates, while receiving only 15 percent of state funds appropriated to public colleges and universities.