Springfield Technical Community College this fall will offer a new health science degree program that will expose students to a range of health care careers in an immersive and rich learning environment. The associate in science degree at STCC would be ideal for anyone interested in a health care career, but who may not be aware of the many professional opportunities, said Matthew Gravel, dean of academic initiatives at STCC. More..
The Massachusetts Casino Career Training Institute (MCCTI) will host a series of information sessions to answer questions about the next wave of casino dealer classes that are starting Sept. 10. Interested students will be able to enroll immediately after the presentation. More..
Three recent casino training school graduates look forward to starting work at MGM Springfield. Holyoke Community College and Springfield Technical Community College, in collaboration with MGM, created the training school to help people learn skills to work at MGM Springfield. The next round of classes will start Sept. 10. MGM, which officially opens Aug. 24, has hired 3,000 people, including several graduates from MCCTI. More..
The National Science Foundation awarded a four-year, $1,108,984 grant to Springfield Technical Community College to enhance science, technology, engineering and mathematics education in Springfield Public Schools, U.S. Rep. Richard E. Neal, D-Springfield, announced today. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will be open until 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday from Aug. 20 through Aug. 23 and until 4 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 24 to serve prospective students planning to register for fall semester classes. More..
Kirk Creswell, clinical engineering manager at Baystate Medical Center, graduated from STCC and highlights the opportunities available in his industry. To address the demand for trained workers, STCC this fall will offer a two-year associate degree program in biomedical engineering technology. More..
Springfield Technical Community College’s Workforce Development Center will offer a variety of training programs this fall.
Visit www.stcc.edu/wdc to enroll or find out information about any of the courses listed below or call (413) 755-4225.
This summer marked the third year STCC has hosted the Amgen Biotech Experience, a science education program that empowers teachers to bring biotechnology to their classrooms. The program – offered through the Life Sciences Outreach Program at Harvard University – provides teacher professional development, curriculum materials, biotechnology equipment, and supplies to secondary schools.