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A blonde woman sits on a bench outside. She is along and looking at her phone with her school books to her side.
Taking online classes is an efficient way to get work done, but in a digital world that is clamoring for our attention, these tips can help Raiders stay focused and GO Far!
(L-R) Peggy Bittikofer and Jessica Amann both found success through the Seminole State Rapid Skills programs. Bittikofer entered the law enforcement academy and will start a job with the Winter Springs Police Department upon completion. Amann reskilled from her previous job in the tourism industry with a project management certificate.
Through the Seminole State College of Florida Rapid Skills program, which provides funding and training to help students get on track for a career in a high-demand field in 18 weeks or less, these Florida residents have found a way to change course, learn new skills and re-envision their path to success!
On a blurred out background of a campus shot of the Sanford/Lake Mary Campus, two photos are placed on top with white borders. On the left is Geoffrey Pollack in business attire standing in front of a sign for the Insurance Office of America. On the right is a headshot of Reagan Mosrie wearing a red shirt and gold jewlery.
Seminole State College of Florida alumni Geoffrey Pollock and Reagan Mosrie prove that accounting is a field for problem-solvers who take challenges head-on.
A work-study student reviews a document with a supervisor in an office setting at Seminole State College.
The U.S. Department of Education has selected Seminole State College of Florida to take part in a new initiative that allows more students to gain on-the-job experience with employers in their field of study as part of their Federal Work-Study (FWS) program.
Over a blurred photo of the Heathrow Campus are three separate photos of the Alumni Excellence Honorees. (L-R) Daniel Gebon with Interim Assistant Director of Development Laura Schumacher, PJ Anderson and Music Program Coordinator and Accompanist Robin Parker.
The Seminole State College of Florida Alumni Association is pleased to announce the 2020 Alumni Legacy Award winners.
female nurse using stethoscope to listen to young boy's chest alongside mother
Thanks to a new partnership with American Sentinel University, eligible students in the RN-to-BSN (Bachelor of Science in Nursing) program at Seminole State College of Florida can now move seamlessly into the university’s MSN (Master of Science in Nursing) program to earn credits for both degrees concurrently and entirely online.

 

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