Springfield Technical Community College students seized the opportunity to network and talk up their business ideas at the Grinspoon Entrepreneurship Initiative’s celebratory event on April 27 at the Log Cabin in Holyoke. The event put a spotlight on Grinspoon’s 2022 Entrepreneurial Spirit Award winners and celebrated the entrepreneurial spirit of the region. Some students participated in a “live elevator pitch contest. More..
The Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery in B28 on the Springfield Technical Community College campus presents a new 3D art installation by Filipina-American artist Donnabelle Casis. She created new artwork called “Kinetic Peripatetic: A Moving Mobile Installation,” which opens to the public Saturday, April 30 from noon to 4 p.m.
The Hispanic American Institute, in partnership with Springfield Technical Community College, will offer two free courses to support Latino and minority entrepreneurs in Springfield by providing education and tools which will help them achieve economic prosperity. More..
Springfield Technical Community College has received $30 million in state funding to move healthcare programs out of an aging building on campus that has outlived its usefulness. Gov. Charlie Baker announced the award on Wednesday, April 13. College officials in December asked the state for the maximum amount of $30 million to vacate Building 20, which houses 18 degree and certificate allied health programs as well as the acclaimed SIMS Medical Center. More..
The Springfield Technical Community College Foundation held its inaugural alumni planning session on April 8 with a lively discussion featuring graduates from different eras of the college’s 55-year history. More..
Springfield Technical Community College’s new STEM Center director wants students to know they have access to a resource that will help them achieve success in classes related to science, technology, engineering and math. More..