The Community Engagement Office provides students with opportunities to become civically engaged as active and responsible members of our community. Through our most recent collaboration with STCC's Gateway to College students and staff, we partnered with Habitat For Humanity for a full in-service day in Springfield. Students and staff volunteered their time to upgrade sidewalks and paint walls and doors to prepare a new home for a deserving family.
Become involved & take ownership of your educational career.
Ways to become involved.
- Join: The Black and Hispanic Women Association
- Female Leadership and Mentoring Program (Lead)
- MILE Mentorship Program - Both programs are designed to provide inclusive academic support, mentoring, and community engagement opportunities to male & female students at STCC.
November 9 - LEAD meets Attorney Rose Colon
"Paint Night for a Cause"
Raising $1,000 to go towards a scholarship to help Black and Latina students with books. The scholarship was created by the Black and Hispanic Women Association.
STCC students participate in community forum
STCC students participate in a community forum at South End Middle School; forum hosted by SOAR MA & South End Middle School. They share their experience as college students and provide advice to 7th & 8th graders.
STCC collaborates with Dr. Latoya Bosworth founder of Keep the Youth Dreaming and Striving (KYDS)
STCC hosted the 10th Bi-annual Gifted Diva Showcase. This showcase promotes self-love and confidence as well as encouraging young women to use their voices without being afraid.