Springfield Technical Community College School of Health and Patient Simulation will host a “Be the Match” event April 25 in Building 20 where people can stop by to swab the inside of their mouths and do their part to save lives. More..
Springfield Technical Community College helped employers get “back to business” with a spring career and transfer fair that connected company representatives with students, alumni and friends of STCC. The college on March 30 held its spring Back to Business Career and Transfer Fair, which was free for attendees who were looking for their next career move or seeking information about transferring to a four-year institution.
Thanks to scholarships and financial aid, Springfield Technical Community College student Salman Nadeem is paying almost nothing out of his pocket to get a high-quality education. Nadeem, 19, who hopes to one day be a nurse, comes from a low-income family and would not be able to go to college without financial help. More..
Springfield Technical Community College was selected as the winner of two 2021 Paragon Awards – a gold for writing and a bronze for a community relations campaign for COVID-19 response – at the National Council for Marketing & Public Relations (NCMPR) annual conference held in Denver. More..
STCC student Gabriel Luppi is teaming up with steampunk expert Bruce Rosenbaum and Pathfinder Regional Vocational Technical School in Palmer to design a Quantum Power wheelchair that incorporates the visual aesthetics of steampunk, which combines history, art and technology to make inspiring, functional and personal products. More..
Hired in March 2022, Samantha Plourd will lead comprehensive efforts across STCC from enrollment through to graduation, working closely with colleagues in Students Affairs, as well as with faculty and administrators in Academic Affairs. More..
Springfield Technical Community College will celebrate Earth Day 2022 with a virtual “Sustainathon” that connects students with scientists, including former astronaut and Western Massachusetts resident Dr. Cady Coleman. More..
Kiyota Garcia started working at STCC in 2010, and has taken on various leadership roles over the past 11 years. Recently named Dean of Student Initiatives, Garcia is responsible for administration, leadership and management of services that directly relate to student support. Garcia relates to students and hopes that her background can inspire them to do their best. Garcia is the first in her family to graduate from college and the eldest of five children. More..
Meeting with Springfield-area legislators, Springfield Technical Community College President John B. Cook asked for continued support for a capital project that would move healthcare programs out of an 80-year-old campus building that has outlived its usefulness. More..