In the midst of COVID-19 related disruptions, a STCC professor came up with an idea. Why not purchase a portable ultrasound scanner that could be circulated among the students? They could share the machine, scan family members and get the clinical experience they needed from the safety of their own homes. The machine was a hit with students. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will offer an online course this fall to prepare students for careers in the drinking water industry and to help those working in the field enhance their skills. More..
Mahailey Butler today is pursuing a degree from Springfield Technical Community College, but a few years ago she had dropped out of high school and was facing significant obstacles. She wasn’t sure what to do next. She found Gateway to College at STCC, which put her on the pathway to success. More..
Springfield Technical Community College received another donation from Stop & Shop to support the Ram Cupboard, the emergency food pantry to help students facing food insecurity. Stop & Shop has made previous donations to the Ram Cupboard. The latest gift of $1,000 for “summer relief” brings the total to $13,500.
Springfield Technical Community College has received a $35,000 grant to help students affected by the COVID-19 health crisis. The Community Foundation of Western Massachusetts awarded the grant through the COVID-19 Response Fund for the Pioneer Valley. STCC was one of several organizations to receive financial help in the latest round of awards through the COVID-19 Response Fund. More..