Nadia Diaz, a student in Seminole State’s Interior Design program, is among the designers whose entries can be seen on the Scan Design Third Annual Fall in Furniture Love Contest website. Her entry is a chair called "Cupid."
With four events across the state, artists had the opportunity to raise awareness of their work and to gain exposure to a high-end market by displaying it at Scan Design locations.
Diaz, who was born in Puerto Rico, had worked as a legal secretary/office manager and workers compensation claims specialist before giving her creative side a chance to blossom. The mother of three plans to work for a design firm and to pursue a bachelor’s degree in interior design at Seminole State. Winners of the contest will be announced April 30.
Faculty, staff and student volunteers will be at all four campuses on Tuesday, Nov. 1 to greet people and take time to say “hey.Read More »
For the second year in a row, recruits from the Seminole State College of Florida Basic Law Enforcement Academy volunteered to assist at the Wounded Officers Initiative’s I CAARE for Law Enforcement Ride on Saturday, Oct. 1.Read More »
Nursing and Emergency Medical Services (EMS) students at Seminole State College of Florida are now using state-of-the-art technology that creates life-like labor and delivery. The Victoria Birthing Simulator gives students hands-on experience for birth scenarios.Read More »