Amber Sosnicki is in the STCC Dental Assisting program, which prepares students for jobs which are in high demand. She plans to transfer to the Dental Hygiene program after earning a certificate. More..
Springfield Technical Community College helped the region get “back to business” with a career and transfer fair that attracted students, alumni and friends of the college. The STCC Back to Business Career and Transfer Fair on Thursday, Dec. 8, featured 39 employers and 10 colleges and universities. Representatives set up tables and answered questions. Some STCC student groups also were on hand to recruit for their organizations. More..
Springfield Technical Community College was awarded a $25,000 grant to provide mentorship and resources to Latina and low-income female students. The funding from KPMG U.S. Foundation, Inc., will support an STCC diversity program called Business Leaders Owning Opportunity Matters (BLOOM) program. More..
Springfield Technical Community College professors Diane Sabato and John Diffley received the Michelson IP Educator of Excellence award. Sabato, an STCC business professor, and Diffley, an attorney and history professor, have been working on the intellectual property educational initiative since 2020. STCC was one of only five colleges nationwide with faculty accepted into the Michelson IP (Intellectual Property) Educator in Residence Initiative. More..
In a ribbon-cutting ceremony, Springfield Technical Community College on Dec. 14 celebrated the launch of the Workforce Development CNA laboratory. With the new lab, STCC will increase training capacity of the Certified Nurse Assistant (CNA) Plus program and help fill a demand for healthcare jobs in the region.
STCC cybersecurity student Jackson Perez landed an internship at the cybersecurity company TOSS C3. He started in November 2022 as their first intern. Perez credits the STCC professors with offering support and ultimately getting him his internship. More..
Springfield Technical Community College received a $75,000 state grant to increase faculty’s core equity competencies and knowledge about racial equity, social justice and structures that have an impact on student success. More..
For Damion Harper ‘05 and Cindy Gaynor-Harper ‘09, Springfield Technical Community gave them the foundation they needed to succeed. STCC unleashed their creativity and drive to pursue a dream to be entrepreneurs while providing support and an affordable pathway to a degree. While they went to STCC at different times, they met in 2019, got married and went into business together.
In recognition of his teaching excellence, STCC named John Diffley as the 2022 Joseph J. Deliso Endowed Chair. Each year, an STCC faculty is nominated as the Deliso Endowed chair by their colleagues and then invited to apply. Applications are reviewed by an award selection committee, including faculty and staff, which makes recommendations. The STCC Foundation Executive Committee determines the recipient(s).
Springfield police officer Eddie Sierra laughs when he remembers his days wearing the STCC "Rowdy the Ram" mascot outfit. He looks back on his good times at STCC and how it helped shape who is is today. More..