Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) is pleased to announce the recipients of the 2017 Joseph J. Deliso, Sr. and Anthony M. Scibelli, Sr. Endowed Chair awards: Eric Brown, professor and coordinator of the Liberal Arts Transfer program; Zahi Haddad, chair of the Engineering Science and Transfer program; Andy Maynard, professor of Computer Information Technologies; and Dr. Lisa Rapp, chair of the Biotechnology program.
Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) is pleased to announce appointments to two new positions: assistant vice president of student affairs and dean of students, and director of community engagement. Dr. John B. Cook, president of STCC, appointed LaRue Pierce, of Springfield, to the position of assistant vice president of student affairs and dean of students. Cook also named Lidya Rivera-Early, of Springfield, as director of community engagement.
Springfield Technical Community College will offer “fast track” courses for a customer service training program that begins Monday, Oct. 23. To enroll in the program, visit the STCC Admissions Office in Garvey Hall, Room 121. For more information, contact Christina Atwater: (413) 755-4062 or email@example.com. Space is limited. More..
STCC will hold a festive fundraiser at Tree House Brewing Co. on Sunday, Oct. 22. A ticket includes two fresh Tree House Brewing Co. beers during the event, food from B.T.’s Smokehouse in Sturbridge and live music by Feel Good Drift. The band and food truck will be set up near a giant outdoor pavilion on the secluded property. More..
Belchertown artist Joanne Holtje’s recent work is featured in an exhibition titled “Recent Work: Paintings and Works on Paper” at Springfield Technical Community College’s (STCC) Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery. More..
In partnership with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s AIM Photonics Academy, Springfield Technical Community College is planning a proposal for a state-of-the-art facility that would represent a step forward in the development of photonics manufacturing along the I-90 corridor from Boston to Rochester, N.Y. More..
Massachusetts was recently named first in the country in terms of its K-12 education and the number of residents with college degrees. We recognize and affirm that excellent education is critical to the Commonwealth’s and America’s future economic vitality. We are committed to the education of all our children and young adults who pass through our doors.
Eighteen women who earned National Career Readiness Certificates on July 15. They were the second cohort to graduate from the popular workforce readiness program, which is free to participants and funded by local companies. More..