Springfield Technical Community College Theater Workshop will perform five separate plays for its spring production, but they all share a common thread: The plays are only 10 minutes long and originally were written and performed in just 24 hours. More..
Geraldine de Berly has been named to serve as vice president of academic affairs and chief academic officer at Springfield Technical Community College, President John B. Cook announced. De Berly’s hiring comes after an extensive search and comprehensive vetting process. More..
A Springfield Technical Community College student from Hampden captured first place in the annual contest for the David and Andrea Whitman Scholarship. Annika McDonald received $1,000 for her stylistic creation. More..
A Springfield Technical Community College architecture and building technology student from Holyoke is this year’s 2018 John Richard DeMarco Jr. Scholarship winner. Joan DeMarco, of Suffield, Conn., presented the $300 scholarship to Jessica Perella based on her commitment to furthering her education.
Training and Workforce Options, a Holyoke Community College and Springfield Technical Community College partnership, will host an employer engagement forum focused on the financial services industry on Thursday, May 3.
The Massachusetts Casino Career Training Institute (MCCTI) has launched a Facebook page (www.facebook.com/mccti) to get the word out about its presence, garner more interest in its training courses and raise awareness about its scholarship program. More..
The Landscape Design and Management Technology program creates an opportunity to discover and develop interests in arts, sciences and professional practices within the green industry. Graduates will find themselves in demand for a wide variety of jobs.
The Springfield Technical Community College men’s wrestling team captured sixth place among 79 colleges that qualified to compete in the 2018 National Collegiate Wrestling Association championship in Allen, Texas, March 9-11. More..
Springfield Technical Community College Foundation and the Holyoke Community College Foundation have provided funding to create scholarships for MCCTI students. In addition, MCCTI has been designated as a pre-apprenticeship training program through the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA), a federally funded employment and training program. More..