Samuel Gill grew up in La Crosse, VA and graduated from Park View High School. After high school, he attended Southside Virginia Community College, where he participated in the Foundation Honors Program and completed several programs of study.
Southside Virginia Community College recently recognized Commonwealth of Virginia employees with Service Awards.
Vincent Brown, from South Hill, graduated from Park View High School. After high school, he attended Southside Virginia Community College where he earned his Associates of Applied Science in Electronics Technology.
The Model T was America’s first automobile priced for the middle class. In writing about it, industrialist Henry Ford quipped, “Any customer can have a car painted any color that he wants so long as it is black.” Not all early cars were black. Cars built by craftsmen—and even some of the first production models of the Model T—sported different colors.
Christanna Campus of Southside Virginia Community College celebrated a Pinning Ceremony for Practical Nursing students successfully completing the program. The students are (Left to Right): Jaquell Wilson from Prince George, Brandi Harrell from South Hill, Ashley Sadler from Brodnax, Brittany Cross from South Hill, Cynthia Wilson from Emporia, Nickie Ervin from Fort Lee, Mandi Egnor from Dinwiddie, and Lauren Upton from Dinwiddie
Claudia Taylor graduated from J. R. Tucker High School in Richmond, Virginia. Her mother was in the military so she has lived in many places. Claudia decided that she wanted to move to a community that was small and a place she could call home. She moved to Crewe and has never looked back.
“Just because you are from or live in a small town, this does not mean your chances and options are limited,” advises Brishauna J. Hawkins-Wesson. A native of Lawrenceville and graduate of Southside Virginia Community College, this small town girl now works as a Temporary Hire for the U.S. Department of Army Office of the Assistant Chief of Staff for Installation Management at Headquarters, U.S. Pentagon, in Arlington, Virginia.
The Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act's Summer Youth Work Experience contracted through Southside Virginia Community College held a closing luncheon and awards ceremony on July 29, 2016 at the John H. Daniel Campus in Keysville. Guest speakers included Edward DeJesus, motivational speaker and author of “Makin’ It”: The Hip-Hop Guide to True Survival .
Gloria Oliver Parham grew up in Seattle, Washington and graduated from Cleveland High School. In August 2011, she returned to college and attended Southside Virginia Community College. She graduated with honors with two Associate Degrees in Business Administration and Administration of Justice in May 2013.
Southside Virginia Community College (SVCC) offers an innovative Machining Skills Certification Program for soldiers that are transitioning out of the military. This program was developed through collaboration among partners that include SVCC, Commonwealth Center for Advanced Manufacturing (C-CAM), Fort Lee Soldier for Life Program, Southern Virginia Higher Education Center (SVHEC), and Crater Regional Workforce Investment Board (Crater WIB).
The Pinning Ceremony of Southside Virginia Community College Practical Nursing Class of 2016 event was held August 1 at the John H. Daniel Campus.
The Christanna Campus of Southside Virginia Community College hosted approximately 55 students from Meherrin-Powellton Elementary School the week of July 18-21, 2016. Students utilized their STEM skills...
“If you have a dream, go for it. There is no I can’t because you can,” said Penny Flippo who recently completed her dream of becoming a truck driver after attending the Southside Virginia Community College Truck Driver Training Program.
Shantel Epps, born in New York City, began her journey at Southside Virginia Community College by earning her GED. She continued at SVCC, completing an Associate of Arts and Sciences Degree in General Studies/Human Services. While at SVCC, she was a member of Phi Theta Kappa (an honors society) and served as Vice President of the Empowered Women Club.
James Cutcliff grew up in Emporia, Virginia and graduated from Greensville County High School. After high school, he attended Southside Virginia Community College and earned his Career Studies Certificate in Truck Driving, in which he was awarded a Certificate of Excellence for having a 4.0 grade point average.
The reasons people choose to begin their postsecondary education careers at community colleges are as diverse as the things they go on to achieve. Regarding their accomplishments, the sky is certainly not a limit. Some community college graduates literally have gone farther.
Travis Songer grew up in Huddleston, Virginia and graduated from Staunton River High School. After high school, he attended Southside Virginia Community College and earned his Career Studies Certificate in Automotive Technology.
John Johnson grew up in various places due to his father's employment, with his earliest memories being of South Hill. He graduated from Roanoke Rapids High School before attending Southside Virginia Community College.
Dr. Al Roberts, President of Southside Virginia Community College, recently accepted a donation to the SVCC First Citizens Bank Nursing Scholarship.
Southside Virginia Community College recently held a Pinning Ceremony for students completing the Associate Degree Nursing Program.