SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – STEM Week at Springfield Technical Community College will offer eighth- and ninth-graders from Springfield an opportunity to create and explore new projects in a fun way during Spring Break.
The program, an option for students seeking a degree in graphic communications and photography, exposes students to applications used in modern advertising agencies, including search engine optimization and search engine marketing. More..
The agreement allows STCC graduates with an associate degree in Health Information Technology or in Medical Billing and Coding at STCC to transfer up to 87 credits to Charter Oak’s Health Information Management baccalaureate program.
The presidents of Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) and Charter Oak State College (COSC) in New Britain, Conn., will sign an articulation agreement that allows students who earn an associate degree in Health Information Technology or an associate degree in Medical Billing and Coding at STCC to transfer seamlessly to Charter Oak. More..
The forums are designed to assess regional workforce needs and training opportunities and compile direct input from businesses regarding their technology and workforce needs. Employers also can hear about funding options for projects through the Workforce Training Fund. More..
The company, which is building a facility in Springfield scheduled for completion in October, has hired five graduates, and a current student, as engineers, test technicians and quality assurance technicians. The STCC alumni, along with other new hires and union workers, will travel to Changchun, China, where they will lead a transfer of technology program.
If you’ve been thinking about health care careers, don’t hesitate to visit Health Careers Exploration Night to learn more. Springfield Technical Community College will host the event on Monday, March 27, from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m.