Spotlights

Computer hobbyist turned systems engineer

Billy Graham Jr.

Billy M. Graham Jr.

Billy Graham has been a computer hobbyist for more than three decades, and thanks to Seminole State's networking program and the Career Development Center, he was able to turn his love of computers into a successful career as a systems engineer. ... Read More

“With a networking degree and a certification in Novell, I had no problem finding a job.”

Proving that moms CAN do it all!

Christine Lowery

Christine Lowery

When working mother Christine Lowery decided to get an A.S. degree in computer programming and analysis, she needed schedule flexibility to fit her busy life. Seminole State's online courses allowed her to balance life, her children, work and school, and gave her the quality foundation she needed to land a prestigious internship at Siemens Energy. ... Read More

“Each professor in the IT department creates an environment that I feel comfortable in.”

From humble beginnings to vice president

Tu Huynh

Tu Huynh

After high school, Tu Huynh looked at the burgeoning IT market and saw opportunity. He enrolled in Seminole State's computer science program, and his education provided the foundation for a successful IT career. Now he serves as vice president of infrastructure technology services at Comerica Bank.. ... Read More

“If you are passionate about computers, Seminole State is the place to go.”

Seminole State alumnus becomes adjunct instructor

Willie Bell

Willie Bell

As a lifetime technology enthusiast looking to break into the IT field, Willie Bell decided to give Seminole State a try. After seeing all the doors a Seminole State education opened for him, he is passing the life lessons he learned along to current Seminole State students as an adjunct instructor. ... Read More

“The job opportunities presented to me since attending Seminole are much better than those I qualified for prior to attending college.”

Took the fast track to the career of his dreams

Joshua Robinson

Joshua Robinson

Joshua Robinson had spent 10 years in cell phone sales when he decided to give IT a shot. He enrolled in Seminole State's network Services Technology A.S. degree program, and after only two semesters, he had the skills and experience needed to land his dream job. ... Read More

“I will be forever thankful that my professors acknowledged my potential.”

Contact

Computer Programming:
Bill Gaught
407.708.2447
Fax: 407.708.2322

Computer Applications:
Sandy Keeter
407.708.2431
Fax: 407.708.2322

Digital Media
Michael Kappers
407.708.4505

Network Technologies:
Beatriz Sanabria
407.708.2265
Fax: 407.708.2322

Administrative Office Management
Ellen Orr
407.708.2631
Fax: 407.708.2383