Panther Prep Advising Day is a student success initiative effort sponsored by Student Services, to connect students with their faculty advisors. The event was held on April 6th at 5 locations. (Photos)
Karen Jones grew up in Purdy, Virginia and graduated from Greensville County High School. She earned her Associate of Applied Science in Nursing from Southside Virginia Community College.
LTJG (Lieutenant junior grade) Maria R. Delossantos' nursing education began with an Associate Degree in Nursing at Southside Virginia Community College and progressed through to a Bachelor of Science in Nursing from the University of
When people think of March festivities, they may envision green-themed parties for St. Patrick’s Day or look forward to basketball madness. I like to remember that March is also National Reading Awareness Month. Read Across America, sponsored by the National Education Association, kicked off the month
The ITE 115 Challenge exam will be held on the Daniel and Christanna campuses between now and May 3rd.
Saving lives and helping the sick and injured is a cool way to spend your working days. Being an emergency room physician is the cool choice for Michael Cieslinski who started his higher education path at Southside Virginia Community College.
Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC) Chorus Presents the 2017 Spring Concert “American Homeland” on Sunday, April 23 at 7:00 P.M. at South Hill Presbyterian Church in South Hill. Directed by Carol Henderson and accompanied by Sally Tharrington on the piano along with Dee Pinnell on the flute, the chorus of 30 members will present a concert for families, friends and neighbors.
The last day of classes is Monday, May 1, 2017. Final examination days are Tuesday, May 2, 2017 through Monday, May 8, 2017 in your current room. Examination periods are two hours in length (1-1/2 hour exam time, 30 minutes break). Night classes (those which meet at 4:00 PM or later) will have their final examinations during exam week on their usual day of the week.
Job Fair 2017 is coming to town on Thursday, April 13 at the John H. Daniel Campus of Southside Virginia Community College. The event will be held in the Workforce Development Center in Keysville from noon until 4:00 p.m.
Bring your resume and be ready for an on-site interview. There will be numerous job opportunities to explore.
Shanetta Beck has a cool job because she is doing what she loves to do. Beck is owner of her own business, Baskets by Occasion. She started this as a cottage industry on a part time basis and now has transformed her hobby into a prosperous business.
You're invited to SVCC's 10th Annual Foundation Scholarship Golf Classic! This is our annual fundraiser to assist in funding student scholarships. Last year alone, the SVCC Foundation provided more than 250 scholarships to students with financial need and academic promise.
Panther Prep Day is coming back to Southside Virgnia Community College. Everyone is invited to a huge event happening at five locations of the college on Thursday, April 6, 2017. Panther Prep Advising Day will be held from 10 a.m. until 6 p.m. for all current students, those interested in becoming a student or learning more about the college. The general public is welcome and encouraged to attend.
Job Fair is returning to Southside Virginia Education Center on Thursday, April 27, 2017. The event is sponsored by Southside Virginia Community College, Crater Regional Workforce and Lakes Media: WPTM 102.3, WWDW 107.7, WTRG 97.9, WSMY 14000 “All Sports” 995 JAMS, WDLZ 98.3
The Southside Virginia Community College Welding Lab, located at the Southside Virginia Education Center in Greensville County, was officially opened March 14, 2017 with a Ribbon Cutting ceremony and open house.
Welding impacts virtually every industry and students using this new lab will have the opportunity to pursue high paying welding careers in a wide range of areas. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), welding is a solid career in addition to a growing field. The BLS estimates there will be a need for 14,400 more welders by the year 2024.
A lifelong resident of Lawrenceville, Virginia, Michelle Clary graduated high school from Brunswick Academy. She furthered her education at Southside Virginia Community College, earning an Associate of Applied Science in Business Management.
Michelle is Office Manager at Remac, Inc. and is approaching her 10year work anniversary with the company. Her professional goals include assisting Remac in growing and expanding its business and she hopes to one day be able to say she worked for Remac, Inc. for 35+ years.
A home-school graduate, Katie Davis was raised in Lawrenceville, Virginia. After completing high school one year early, she attended Southside Virginia Community College and earned her Associate of Applied Science in Business Management.
A Greensville County native, Natasha Jones graduated from Greensville County High School. She earned an Associate of Applied Science in Nursing through a consortium agreement between J. Sergeant Reynolds and Southside Virginia Community Colleges.
John Seaborne, from Emporia and a Greensville County High School graduate, earned his Associate of Arts and Sciences in General Studies/Human Services from Southside Virginia Community College, as well as a certificate in Substance Abuse Counseling.
A Farmville, Virginia native, Tommy Trevilian graduated high school from New Life Christian Academy. He earned an Associate of Applied Science in Medical Laboratory Technology through a consortium agreement between Central Virginia and Southside Virginia Community Colleges.
N MYRTLE BEACH, SC - The Southside Virginia Community College basketball team captured the USA National Prep Postgrad championship for the third straight year with a 70-56 victory over Forest Trails on Saturday evening to complete a 5-0 run through the 32-team field. The five victories ran the local team’s winning streak to 11 games and completed SVCC’s campaign with a 17-9 record after a 0-7 start.
“I am just at a loss for words,” said SVCC coach Dennis Smith. “Coach (Vincent) Brown and I are just elated for our young men who went 17-2 during the second half of the season. The team was nothing short of sensational in our five games at the national tourney and we could not be prouder of their play.”