Springfield Technical Community College students recently traveled to the largest conference in the world for women in engineering and technology, where they had a chance to share their hopes and dreams with over 14,000 kindred spirits. More..
The Springfield Technical Community College Theatre Workshop will bring to the stage two plays in December, including one about coming out … as a left-hander. The plays, which will be performed back-to-back, are “Some Prepared Remarks,” a one-man show written by Jason Gray Platt that covers a man’s life in seven short speeches, and the satire “Removing the Glove.”
Springfield Technical Community College has named its first ever vice president of advancement and external affairs. STCC President John B. Cook announced the appointment of Denise Hurst, of Springfield, in a campus-wide email on Nov. 7.
Camelia Reid reflects on her time at Gateway to College at STCC, where she worked hard and performed well. After earning her associate degree from STCC, she transferred to Fitchburg State University, where she’s now majoring in communication with a minor in professional writing.
Springfield Technical Community College will host a panel discussion about the powerful documentary film “Human Flow,” which follows the forced migration of some of the more than 65 million refugees who exist in the world today.
Springfield Technical Community College will once again offer its popular four-week online Winter Session with classes starting Friday, Dec. 21, through Thursday, Jan. 17. Winter session classes are the perfect opportunity for area college students to earn college credit during the traditional winter break period. More..
Springfield Technical Community College on Tuesday, Nov. 27, will offer Health Careers Exploration Night, an opportunity for anyone interested in becoming a health care professional to learn more about STCC’s programs. More..