The Southside Virginia Regional Job Fair will be held Wednesday, March 18, 2015 in the John J. Cavan Workforce Development Center in Alberta. Companies who have signed up thus far are listed below.
The latest edition of the “Proud Panther Newsletter” has hit the Newsstands! The “Proud Panther Newsletter" is a joint effort between the Student Development teams on both of our campuses (Christanna Campus and John H. Daniel Campus). March 2015 Newsletter
Southside Virginia Community College is hosting “Career Day 2015” where potential job seekers can meet local employers on Wednesday, April 1st in the Workforce Development Center located on the John H. Daniel Campus in Keysville, VA.
The event is open to all job seekers from 1:00 PM – 4:00 PM.
SVCC is also hosting workshops, leading up to the event, that are free to the public and will be in the Learning Resources Center Library at 3:00PM on the following dates:
Margo Hardy, a graduate of Dinwiddie High School, graduated from Southside Virginia Community College in 1992 with an Associate degree. Upon graduation from SVCC, she became an assistant manager at Cato Fashions, where she worked for several years before deciding to further her education.
Cassidy Michael Nathaniel Stinson graduated from Southside Virginia Community College in 2011. During his time at SVCC, he was a member of the Honors Program and received several awards, including the Coca-Cola Silver Scholar and All-USA Academic Team.
Trucking is in the blood for Alton Edmonds. His grandparents established Edmonds Trucking, a flatbed trucking company located in Nottoway County, and his father, uncle and brother are also a vital part of the family owned business.
Southside Virginia Community College’s Truck Driver Training School held a graduation on February 20th at the Occupational Technical Center in Pickett Park. Derek Whittle and David Boyer, America's Road Team Captains, with the American Trucking Associations were the speakers for the ceremony.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team earned a season sweep over VCCS foe Thomas Nelson CC (Hampton) by picking up a hard fought 93-86 victory on Sunday afternoon.
Kyle Williams graduated from Southside Virginia Community College with an Associate of Applied Science Degree in Electronics Technology. He grew up in Dundas (Brunswick County) and graduated from Brunswick Academy. After SVCC, he worked in the telecommunication field for several national cellular carriers.
Charles Lee Dunn IV graduated from Southside Virginia Community College in 2011 with an Associate in Applied Science Degree in Administration of Justice. In 2013, he graduated from the Virginia State Police Academy and is currently assigned to Brunswick County.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team improved to 12-6 on the season with a 112-86 win over SW Prep on Sunday afternoon.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team, the three-time defending VCCS champions, gave visiting Davidson County (NC) CC, the ninth-ranked team in the NJCAA national poll, all they wanted on Saturday afternoon before falling 126-121 in overtime .
The win improved Davidson County to 21-3 on the season while the loss snapped SVCC’s seven-game winning streak and dropped the local team to 11-6.
The Delta Kappa Gamma Society International Editorial Board is pleased to announce the publication of the article “Utilizing Student Passions and Interests to Create a More Meaningful Research Experience,” by Dr. Joyce F. Hurt in the Winter 2015 issue of The Delta Kappa Gamma Bulletin.
Leslie Cline is accustomed to getting good reviews from her students at Southside Virginia Community College’s Christanna Campus; recently, she also received a great review from the Richmond Times Dispatch on Richmond.com for her direction of a stage play now running at CAT Theatre in Henrico County, Virginia.
Shirley Revis is a graduate of Southside Virginia Community College's Phlebotomy Program in South Boston, VA. Shirley successfully completed MDL 105-SH Phlebotomy and MDL 195 - Coordinated Practical Phlebotomy and the required Clinical Hours.
The Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team ran its winning streak to seven games after recording a pair of victories at home over the weekend. SVCC topped the Bryant & Stratton College junior varsity team 92-77 on Saturday and followed that up with a 101-86 win over Stillwater Christian Prep on Sunday afternoon.
Ariel Thomas Daniel graduated from SVCC in 2010 and transferred to the University of Richmond. She graduated from UofR with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology in 2012. From there she attended Liberty University and graduated with a Master's degree in Professional Counseling in 2014.
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SVCC's Mascot Johnny Paws now has a twitter account! Follow JP @SVCC_Johnny Paws. Each week JP will talk to people around campus and let you know what's going on at SVCC!
Marcus Hoosier’s tip-in just before the final buzzer sounded allowed the Southside Virginia Community College men’s basketball team to outlast Mount Zion Academy Prep 106-104 in a road contest on Thursday night.
The victory was the eighth for SVCC in the past nine games and improved the local team to 9-5 on the season.
SVCC got off to a great start in the game jumping out to a 12-3 lead on Tevin Holloway’s second trey of the night at the 16:32 mark.