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Clockwise from top, Seminole State Psychology Professor Scott Freeman, The Innocence Project of Florida Intake Coordinator Adina M. Thompson, Ph.D, The Innocence Project of Florida Development Coordinator, Kelleigh Helm, James Bain and Nathan Myers
The ongoing Seminole State College of Florida Speaker Series hosted its first event for the 2020-21 academic year on Thursday, Oct. 15, with a Zoom webinar panel discussion with The Innocence Project of Florida and exonerees James Bain and Nathan Myers.
An image of a man in a professional suit. He sits at a table with a laptop open and he is looking over spreadsheets.
Someone has to make sure all those dollar signs line up, and accounting clerks have just the know-how to ensure the money gets where it needs to go.
Seminole State EMT students transfer a volunteer on a stretcher.
When the rest of us are at our worst, that is when Emergency Medical Technicians (EMTs) are at their best.
The late Art Grindle is surrounded by Honors Institute alumni Ryan Genslinger, Juan Robayo and Daniel Leon-Davis during the 2011 Honors Graduate Dinner.
The Foundation for Seminole State College of Florida presented the Champion of Philanthropy Award to the Art & Phyllis Grindle Foundation on Friday, Oct. 2.
ASPEN institute and SEIMENS Foundation STEM award logo
Seminole State College of Florida’s Associate of Science Degree in Network Services Technology has been named a winner of the Excellence and Equity in Community College STEM Award by the Aspen Institute College Excellence Program and the Siemens Foundation.
Daytime outdoor campus photo at Sanford Lake Mary
Seminole State College of Florida has partnered with the Florida Department of Education for their Get There workforce education initiative.


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