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Seminole State and Seminole County Public Schools’ Lyman Career Innovation Center are working together to fill the shortage of skilled construction workers.
He’s been battling brain cancer for three years but that hasn’t stopped Caleb Foarde, a student at Seminole State College of Florida, from mentoring other young people undergoing cancer treatment. And thanks to Make-A-Wish and ESPN, he’s been honored for his generosity by becoming a member of the Buffalo Bills.
Seminole State College of Florida strives to enhance the educational, economic and cultural vitality of our region by providing exemplary learning opportunities for the diverse community it serves. The Seminole State Commits program ensures all county residents have access to education and training to create a pathway to a stable, family-sustaining and fulfilling career.
Seminole State Commits graduate Stephanie Smith is proof that with hard work and determination anything is possible.
The Alumni Legacy Awards recognize Seminole State College of Florida alumni who have made substantial contributions to society and whose accomplishments, affiliations and careers have honored the legacy of excellence at Seminole State.
New and updated programs offered this fall are designed to produce workforce-ready graduates for the in-demand fields of computer-aided design, health care, construction and more. Classes begin Aug. 21.


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