The Springfield Technical Community College Board of Trustees recently welcomed two new members.
Gov. Charlie Baker appointed Elizabeth A. Oleksak-Sposito, of Westfield, and Jeffrey S. Sattler, of South Hadley, to serve on the board, an 11-member body which governs STCC.
Springfield Technical Community College this fall will offer a new degree in Biomedical Engineering Technology, which addresses a demand for workers trained to repair, maintain and manufacture medical equipment. More..
The Customer Service Essentials Certificate Training program prepares students to become employable, strong candidates for advanced customer service and sales support positions. Students who successfully complete the program will earn a Customer Service Essentials Certificate.
Graduates of the biotechnology programs at Springfield Technical Community College are well-prepared for careers in the life sciences, according to a leading science education organization. The organization, Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation (MassBioEd), endorsed the biotechnology associate degree and certificate programs at the “Gold Level.”
Springfield Technical Community College is pleased to announce the lineup of speakers and performers for the spring semester. All events, except for the Soul Food & Jazz Luncheon, are free and open to the public. The events are brought to the college by 2018 Ovations Educational and Cultural Event Series, and the 2018 Diversity Speaker and Performance Series, coordinated by the Office of Student & Multicultural Affairs. More..
In celebration of Black History Month in February, the Amy H. Carberry Fine Arts Gallery at Springfield Technical Community College presents Dindga McCannon’s elaborate and colorful quilt designs.
Springfield Technical Community College President John B. Cook honored Professor Gary Mullett for his “contribution to technical education at Springfield Technical Community College and worldwide.” More..
Employees at CRRC MA Corp. enhanced their skills with help from the Training & Workforce Options (TWO) collaborative between Holyoke Community College and Springfield Technical Community College. More..