The Springfield Technical Community College Workforce Development Center will offer the Massachusetts Oil Burner Code Update Class on April 23 and 24. The class will provide an overview of the recently revised Massachusetts Oil Code. Emphasis will be placed on National Fire Protection Association codes NFPA 31 and NFPA 211 with the new Massachusetts exemptions and additions.
The Massachusetts Casino Career Training Institute (MCCTI) will offer blackjack dealer classes at two different times starting in April. Classes meet Monday through Thursday. Students can choose April 1 - May 20 or April 15 - June 4. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will host a Majors and Career Fair for students, local vocational high schools and community agencies interested in exploring opportunities in the Biomedical, Architectural, Civil & Mechanical Engineering, Optics & Photonics, Social Work, Landscape & Design, Digital Media, Graphic Communications, IT Security and many other STEM fields. More..
Current and future leaders in the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) are invited to attend a free networking event at the UMass Center at Springfield in Tower Square. Registration is now open for the “She Works in STEM” event on March 27, 5 p.m.-8 p.m. More..
High school students in vocational programs heard about the benefits of the Landscape Design & Management Technology program. Graduates of the program who are working in the field spoke to them as well as faculty from STCC. More..
The diverse mix of people who recently dined and danced at the Springfield Technical Community College’s Soul Food and Jazz Luncheon included six Fulbright Scholars from Argentina. Kamari Collins, vice president of student affairs at STCC, invited the Fulbright Scholars, who were studying at Mount Holyoke College in South Hadley between Jan. 20 and March 8.
The Hispanic Association in Higher Education (HAHE) will host the 14th Annual International Women’s Day Celebration featuring discussions about challenges and adversities women face. The public is invited to attend the event on Friday, March 8, between 6 p.m. and 8:30 p.m., in Scibelli Hall (Building 2), Seventh Floor, on the STCC campus.