Pearl Magala's quest to obtain the best possible education began at Springfield Technical Community College. She enrolled in the Engineering and Science Transfer program at STCC in 2003, the year she emigrated from Kampala, Uganda. Today, the 31-year-old holds a Ph.D. in chemistry from Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore and works in a research laboratory at the University of Washington in Seattle. More..
The Workforce Development Center at Springfield Technical Community College will offer a certified auto damage appraisal course beginning Nov. 28. The 60-hour course is designed to train insurance claims professionals and auto body technicians for the Massachusetts Auto Damage Appraisers License Examination.
A new educational and workforce development partnership between Springfield Technical Community College and Northeastern University creates an opportunity for current STCC students, graduates and the general public to earn bachelor’s degrees in mechanical engineering technology and advanced manufacturing systems onsite at STCC. More..
Tree House Brewing Co. co-founder Dean Rohan was honored with the first-ever 2017 Alumni Impact Award, which recognizes the positive contributions and innovation made by Springfield Technical Community College alumni in their workplace and profession. More..
The online option, open to Massachusetts and Connecticut residents, will appeal to students looking for flexibility and convenience. Students who live far from the STCC campus may want to take their classes online. The program begins at the start of the next spring semester, Jan. 22.
Mixed media artist Keith Hollingworth’s two series, “54 African Americans” and “Homage to Art,” will be on view through Thursday, Nov. 9, at Springfield Technical Community College’s (STCC) Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery. A “meet and greet” reception for the artist is scheduled Tuesday, Oct. 31, 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. More..
Jim Beane, the director of Program Development and Professional Services for the Workforce Development Center, teaches and develops information technology (IT) certification courses at STCC, many of which are starting in October and November.
STCC offers an array of IT certifications through the Workforce Development Center, which includes noncredit programs like the ones Beane teaches, among other training opportunities. More..
The new “fast track” certificate program runs from September through April at STCC. The coursework prepares students for a range of IT jobs, including networking or data base specialist, technician or analyst, to name a few. More..