Being a family owned and operated college in 8 communities; we especially feel it is our obligation to help those within an arm’s reach. At LJIC you are part of a family and families take care of each other. Make Life Long Friendships at LJIC while giving back to the community!
LJIC students have the opportunity to give back to the community through fun events and activities. We give students the chance to see beyond themselves. By giving back to the community it allows students a chance to help improve the lives of others while working towards a brighter future.
The LJIC Socialite Team and the LJIC Student Ambassador Team members enjoy opportunities to share their time and talents with local non-profit organizations, elementary and high school students, and municipal events. A few of the causes close to our hearts…JDRF, Various Cancer Charities, Strands of Strength, Shoes that Fit, Military families, and many other charities.
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La’ James International College celebrates Trend Vision every October th at the Adventureland Palace Theatre in Altoona, Iowa.
Trend Vision is LJIC’s annual competition giving students the opportunity to compete in and experience a high energy, real world runway fashion show atmosphere.
Students from all eight campuses across Iowa, Nebraska and Illinois participated in a variety of themes and competitions. LJIC’s Des Moines campus took home the spirit award and Britney Cameron Price (LJIC-Des Moines) was named LJIC Trend Vision 2016 Overall Grand Champion.
“It was a huge success,” said Cynthia Becher, president and CEO of LJIC. “The students look forward to Trend Vision all year. They’re working to develop a keen eye for fashion trends and nurturing their creative talent. That’s what this event is all about, molding young people into skilled technicians. I already can’t wait till next year.”
Trend Vision is known for its inspirational speakers, free prize giveaways, high energy atmosphere, and industry VIPs such as representatives from Wella and CND.
“What an experience,” said Terri Hoffman, vice president of operations for LJIC. “These students are so talented and creative. There was awesome hair and awesome everything. The judges said all these students did an excellent job. We’re proud of them.”