Welding. Jacob Wray did not think he would enjoy welding classes but decided to take a chance through the Southside Virginia Community College Dual Enrollment Program. As a senior at Park View High School, he learned that he loved welding and now, this is what he does for a living.
Steven Stanley’s job is cool because he is in the business of creating positive memories for the guests who choose to stay in the hotels he manages. “In my business, I am not really selling material goods, I am selling memories, communicating with people from all walks of life and having meaningful relationships with guests that last a lifetime,” he said.
Attention all artists: Southside Virginia Community College invites you to showcase your creative talent in celebration of Black History Month. Entries can be hand drawn or created digitally. All entries should be the original artwork of the artist.
Alonzo "AJ" Johnson, II grew up in Esmont, Virginia and graduated from Monticello High School. He attended Southside Virginia Community College to earn a Career Studies Certificate in Truck Driver Training.
Students at Virginia’s Community Colleges are earning more credits and credentials and faster thanks to a statewide redesign of the colleges’ developmental education offerings. The State Board for Community Colleges received those findings in a report, conducted by the VCCS’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness, during the Board’s January meeting.
We visit with Nancy Turner, Administrative Assistant to the President at Southside Virginia Community College.
Melissa Robbins grew up in Victoria, Virginia and graduated from Central Senior High School. She received an Associate of Applied Science in Administrative Support Technology and an Associate of Arts & Sciences in General Studies from Southside Virginia Community College.
Gary Cifers grew up in Emporia, Virginia and graduated from Greensville County High School. He earned Associates of Applied Science in Business Management and Information Systems Technology from Southside Virginia Community College and later transferred to complete a master's degree.
The SVCC Lady Panthers are ready to start their second season of softball. More players are needed to make their a season success. Please contact us for more information.
Many people usher in the New Year with a fist full of resolutions and renewed determination to start afresh toward achieving personal goals. Surveys done by various news outlets report that some of the most common resolutions deal with exercising, losing weight, managing money, changing habits, strengthening personal relationships, volunteering, reading more, and engaging in spiritual practices. Some folks prioritize learning new skills, seeking a better job, and even embarking on a new career.
Spring 2018's 12 Week Session runs from Januar 29th to April 27. The 10 Week Session starts February 12th. The second 8 Week session starts March 12th. It's not to late to register.
The Southside Virginia Community College mens’ basketball team captured a pair of wins over the weekend against Virginia Community System foes Thomas Nelson and Germanna.
Enroll in Free GED Preparation/Adult Basic Education classes. Classes are conveniently located in your area.
Santa may rely on a sleigh and reindeer, but other folks who want holiday packages delivered to distant destinations typically rely on trucks. In fact, the entire U.S. economy depends on the trucking industry. Every year, our nation’s truck drivers carry more than 10 billion tons of freight, a total that represents 70% of all shipped domestic tonnage.
The Southside Virginia Community College men's basketball team got the New Year off to a good start with a 104-95 win over Washington Academy at home on Saturday afternoon.
Practical Nursing students from Southside Virginia Community College graduated at the Estes Community Center in Chases City on December 14, 2017. These students completed the year long program.
Recent successful completers of the Southside Virginia Community College Workforce Development Welding Skills Certification course
The SVCC Chorus presented their concert, "This is Christmas" on December 10, 2017. It was a delightful celebration of the holiday season and featured many of our friends and colleagues!
Deloris Whitfield started with the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act(WIOA)youth program in April 2017. She has a passion for helping others so she enrolled in the Nurse Aide program in May 2017 attending Southside Virginia Community College(SVCC) at the Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center in South Hill.
These are recent graduates of the Southside Virginia Community College Truck Driver Training Program at Pickett Park.