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Catholic Health and Suffolk County Community College (SCCC) today announced a new and innovative workforce development partnership to provide a career path and advancement opportunities for health care workers that will also address our region's need for medical assistants. Catholic Health and SCCC anticipate this program will offer multiple benefits for patients and providers.
Suffolk County Community College Radio and Television Production Major Christian Gonzalez' The Macabre Sessions set a new standard for innovative programing at Suffolk Internet Radio this past summer -- a thirteen-part radio series.
Suffolk County Community College's Amy Mata and Emily Lucana have been named 2022 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholars and will each receive a $1,000 scholarship. The pair are among 207 Phi Theta Kappa members selected nationwide from more than 1,300 applications. The Suffolk pair were selected based on scholastic achievement, community service, and leadership potential.
Students registering at Suffolk County Community College this fall may choose to enroll in the College's new MicroMesters and earn credits faster, focus on fewer courses and stay on track to graduation.
Suffolk Federal Credit Union awarded nine scholarships totaling $37,500 to local students who are attending Suffolk County Community College this fall at an August 31 award ceremony.