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Suffolk County Community College distributed more than $6.5 million in Higher Education Emergency Relief Fund (HEERF) grants to more than 11,000 students as part of the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act or, CARES Act, the College announced.
Talise Geer is a finalist for a prestigious Vanguard Student Recognition Award that acknowledges outstanding students who are enrolled in career and technical education programs that prepare them for professions that are not traditional for their gender. The Vanguard Award is presented annually by the NET (Nontraditional Employment & Training) Project, an initiative administered by SUNY Albany's Center for Women in Government & Civil Society in partnership with the New York State Education Department. Geer is one of 15 state-wide finalists for the award and pursuing a new career in cybersecurity.
The global spread of COVID-19 has disrupted life as we know it, including the traditional college internship model. Yet, opportunities for work experience are still abundant. With safety top of mind for both employers and students during COVID-19, several Suffolk County Community College students from Assistant Professor Kristin Conway's Cooperative Education in Business course landed remote internships during the fall 2020 semester. Staying home allowed interns to learn and work safely while staying active in the job market.
The need for timely, accurate, and reliable data about the publics' health has never been greater, and during the current world-wide pandemic information systems play an important role in managing data to provide the essential information for making the most informed decisions possible, and adjusting policies to improve public health.
Suffolk County Executive Steve Bellone kicked off a robust public awareness campaign to educate residents about the importance of receiving the COVID-19 vaccine. Suffolk County Community College Interim President, Louis Petrizzo said the College will make all of its campuses available to assist in the distribution of the vaccine.