I Hire STCC
Employers throughout Western Massachusetts and beyond want to hire STCC graduates.
Read Full StoryWhen we get STCC students here, they hit the ground running. They understand expectations.Pia Kumar, Co-owner, Universal Plastics
Read Full StoryI’m a big fan of hiring STCC students. They are passionate and want to grow.Kristin Carlson, Co-owner and President of Peerless Precision, Inc.
Read Full StoryIf I’m hiring to fill a position and I find out an applicant came from STCC, I will definitely want to talk to them.Ed Demetrion '80, '81, Vice President of Sales at TigerPress
Read Full StoryWe want to hire people with two-year degrees from STCC.Janet Callahan, President of Palmer Paving Inc.
STCC is committed to accessibility and inclusion, ensuring that all are able to access college programs, activities, and events.
Prospective students or current students, who need accommodations, should contact the Office of Disability Services at 755-4785 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org at least two weeks in advance.
Members of the general public or employees who need accommodations should contact Affirmative Action Officer, Kathryn Senie, Interim Assistant Vice President of Human Resources at (413) 755-4749 or email@example.com at least two weeks in advance.
VISITORS: STCC welcomes thousands of visitors to our campus each year. Whether you are a prospective student (or a friend or family member) or here to attend a meeting, conference, the Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery, or an event at Scibelli Hall Theater, we hope to make your visit as enjoyable as possible. If you anticipate needing a reasonable accommodation for an event, please contact the event sponsor in advance of your visit.
STCC adheres to Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) of 1990, and the Americans with Disabilities Act Amendments (ADAAA) of 2008 which states that "no qualified individual with a disability shall, solely on the basis of their disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or otherwise be subjected to discrimination under any program or activity in higher education.