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Annual Foundation Gala!
Saturday, October 18 at 5:30pm
Parkland College New Student Union
Tickets: $75/per person to support Partners for Parkland
Join us for an evening of  Tapas by Classic Events, cocktails, entertainment, live and silent auction. Featured items up for bid on the silent and live auctions include the sword used by Russell Crowe in the movie Les Miserables, a United States flag that flew over the Capitol on September 11th, 2014; unique experience packages with Parkland faculty and staff including Fun Flights through our Aviation program, a walk on part in a Parkland Theatre production, and personal stationery designed by Parkland students; as well as Ebertfest passes, pearl jewelry, art by local artists, and so much more!

To reserve your tickets, please call 217/355-3165 or email

The Parkland College Foundation was established in 1969 as a nonprofit, tax-exempt corporation to fill several critical needs at Parkland College and in the communities it serves.
To meet the demands of the constantly changing educational climate, the Foundation provides scholarships to deserving students; state-of-the-art technical equipment and program enhancements to the academic departments; capital for additional college buildings; and funds to broaden educational and cultural opportunities and services to citizens of Parkland College District 505. By administering these resources to the college, the Foundation works to improve the economic development of communities within Parkland College’s district as well as the quality of life to the residents.

Alumni Spotlight

James Fielder

James Fielder
Vice President of Information Systems, Farm Credit Services of Illinois, Champaign
Major: Business
Class Year: 1999

"Counseling and Advising help him "work the plan""


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