CCC Online Resource Fair

Resource Contacts

Andrea Feller

  • Can help with education, training, and employment opportunities.
  • Minimum age to apply is 18 years and a U.S. citizen.
  • Dislocated workers IowaWorks can help with upgrading skills, training, and application processes.
    • Must be 24 years of age.
  • National Career Readiness is offered once a month. Clinton and Jackson testing sites.


Mary Walker
Phone: 563-243-5633 ext. 320

  • Counselor to Clinton Community College Students
    • Free of charge-provided by Student Senate
  • Available for appointments on Tuesdays.
  • Can be reached by phone or email to set up an appointment.
  • Can help with mental health or academic issues.


Rob Schadt
CCC Academic Advisor/Disability Resource Coordinator
Phone: 563-244-7012

  • If you have any concerns you can contact Marcia or your academic advisor
  • She can help with accommodations such as extended time.


Dave Frett
Community Action of Eastern Iowa
Phone: 866-324-3236

  • Community Action of Eastern Iowa serves Clinton, Scott, Muscatine, and Cedar counties.
  • Providing energy assistance until the end of May.
    • Have to meet income guideline. Example: Family of 2 incomes less than 29,593.
  • Can provide energy assistance, food boxes, and diapers.
  • Best thing to do is apply online.


Jill O’Neill
CCC Librarian

  • Lots of research and educational products to use online.
  • Go to and scroll down to the bottom of the page.
    • Click on Library
      • Electronic Resource
        • EBSCO Host
      • WIFI is available at any local Library parking lot.


Shirley Turnis
CCC Peer Tutor Center

  • All CCC Tutoring Information
  • Zoom tutoring sessions. 45 minutes each.
  • Every student can log into Canvas and go to the Smarthinking Online Tutoring tab.
    • Left side in the drop-down menu bar.
  • Students can email the Student Success Center to have a tutor read their writing. The tutor will read their document and send back any comments they may have.


Teresa Thiede
CCC Financial Aid

  • Still processing applications for financial aid, refunds, etc.
  • File FAFSA for the 2020-2021 school year, which is for the school year starting in August.
    • Go to to file.


Sandy Lloyd
H&R Block
Phone: 563-243-1170

  • H&R Block is still open to file your tax return. They have a drop off service or can help you online. 
  • H&R Block app you can upload your documents and sign electronically.
  • Stimulus rebate will not be issued until April 13th at the earliest.
    • Will be direct deposited into your account that was used for the 2018 or 2019 taxes.
    • If no bank account is available, the IRS will mail a paper check.


Ann Eisenman
Executive Director Paul B. Scharar Foundation
Phone: 563-244-7040

  • Have resources that can help with paying for classes, utilities, transportation, and book fees.
  • Emergency Book Fund can help you pay for text books you may need for classes.
  • Emergency Assistance Grand Fund through Ascentra.
    • This fund can help with utilities, car repairs, and schooling.
  • If you are in need of any of these funds, please contact your advisor or an instructor.


Ashley Martin
CCC Academic Advisor/Career Services
Phone: 563-244-7083

  • For resources go to and in the search bar type in career services.
  • College Central Network is a free of charge and open to the public. Just need to register.
    • Online job board
    • Resume builder
    • Help documents
    • Podcasts
  • Can send new job openings that are posted through email. Four new job postings were sent out this week.
  • Can help with mock interviews, resume building through email or Zoom appointments.


Regan Michelsen
Information Referral Assistance Services
Phone: 563-243-5818

  • Help with rent, utility, medication, and food pantry needs.
  • Rent assistance-contacting churches to help with these needs.
  • If need help with medication expenses and transportation to appointments.
  • 4 food pantry sites are all stocked and in operation.