The Farmers’ Market at Springfield Technical Community College will have a longer season and new location as it enters its third year. The market will be open for business each Wednesday from Sept. 13 through Dec. 13 between Buildings 2 and 13 – a change from the previous location on the campus green. Vendors will offer their goods for sale between 11:30 a.m. and 2 p.m. Free parking is available. More..
Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) and Ann Beha Architects (ABA) of Boston were honored for “excellence in planning” for a renovation project which will transform a 19th century warehouse into a modern center of campus life. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will hold Late Registration for the fall semester the week of Aug. 21. Prospective students may apply to a program, meet with an advisor, select and register for courses, pay their bill and receive their schedule in one easy visit. More..
Springfield Technical Community College’s World Languages Department will be offering a 3-credit Conversational Spanish for Medical Personnel course for the Fall Semester. The class meets weekly on Wednesday evenings from 5:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m. beginning September 6. More..
STCC celebrated graduates who earned their HiSET certificates. The Adult Learning Center at STCC prepares students to take the HiSET, which is actually five tests: social studies, reading, writing, math and science.
Springfield Technical Community College in September will offer what may be the first of its kind in the region: a professional development course that leads to a private security training certificate. More..
The Urban League is working with HSI STEM at STCC, the University of Massachusetts, The Springfield School Department, Smith College, Bay Path University, Becker College, Baystate Medical Center, the MassMutual Financial Group and more on The Big Three STEM Initiative. More..
Thanks to the STCC-BSEP partnership, Springfield residents Rumbila Abdullahi, Julia Hong and Genesis Medina, Anderson Nguyen and Suraji Omoru are gaining the kind of experience they say will make them stand out as they work toward careers in health care. More..
Eighteen home health aides received certificates after successfully completing a program administered by Training and Workforce Options (TWO), a collaboration between STCC and Holyoke Community College.