A female information systems technologis student sits at a workstation with four monitors in front of her. She is smiling and engaged.
The importance of our online connection has never been so apparent as the coronavirus pandemic has sent the bulk of the population indoors. We have network administrators to thank for keeping the world connected.
Respiratory care students work on a child simulator in class. They are wearing light blue polos and have laytex gloves on.
With the coronavirus pandemic, the nation’s attention is on the healthcare field. While everyone is familiar with nurses and doctors, you may be missing a crucial part of the care team: the respiratory therapist.
A dark haired women smiles at the camera as she works on a laptop from home. She is in her kitchen.
As we all continue to adjust to our new “temporary normal” of social distancing, frequent hand washing and online learning, we know that there are ways to persevere and thrive.
Megan Anderson smiles at the camera. Her hair is up and she is wearing a light colored button up
Seminole State College of Florida student Megan Anderson’s passion for her community is being recognized. Anderson was among the 290 students across the nation to be selected as a 2020 Newman Civic Fellow.
Information Systems Technology student working at a computer
Attivo Networks®, the award-winning leader in deception for cybersecurity threat detection, and Seminole State College of Florida announced a joint initiative aimed at closing global cybersecurity skills gap.
A new educational partnership in Seminole County will help fill the critical teaching shortages.