HCC offering apprenticeship courses to meet construction demand

April 6, 2017
HCC offering apprenticeship courses to meet construction demand

HCC offering apprenticeship courses to meet construction demand

Hillsborough Community College (HCC) is on the forefront of preparing men and women to be leaders in the construction industry. HCC offers construction apprenticeship training on our Dale Mabry Campus through the Florida Gulf Coast Chapter of the Associated Builders and Contractors, Inc. (ABC). ABC is a national management association for the construction industry which actively promotes the merit shop form of construction.

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Promoting Transformative Change In Teaching & Learning

April 4, 2017
Promoting Transformative Change In Teaching & Learning

Promoting Transformative Change In Teaching & Learning

In today’s higher education environment, information technology (IT) plays a prominent role in teaching and learning success by enabling faculty to plan, create, and deliver academic content. IT facilitates faculty-led innovation, transformation of teaching and learning, and empowers modalities for student interaction that lead to greater engagement.

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HCC home to first American Welding Society in Hillsborough County

March 7, 2017
HCC home to first American Welding Society in Hillsborough County

HCC home to first American Welding Society in Hillsborough County

TAMPA, FL – Hillsborough Community College (HCC) is now home to the first American Welding Society (AWS) testing and certification site in Hillsborough County. The AWS testing and certification site will be housed at the HCC Ybor City Campus Training Center located at 5610 East Columbus Dr., Tampa, FL 33619. AWS testing will begin July 1, 2017.

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FSCJ hosts Astronomy Day 2017

March 1, 2017
FSCJ hosts Astronomy Day 2017

FSCJ hosts Astronomy Day 2017

WHAT: Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) invites the community to attend 2017 Astronomy Day: Your Place in the Universe.

The family-friendly event will include student demonstrations, “How-To” talks and a talk from Astronomy Magazine Senior Editor Michael Bakich. Bakich has been integrally involved in planning for the August 2017 total solar eclipse. He serves on the American Astronomical Society Steering Committee for the eclipse and will be hosting the world’s largest eclipse viewing event.

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Health Care Systems Donate Nearly $900,000 to UNF Mental Health Graduate Nursing Program

February 27, 2017
Health Care Systems Donate Nearly $900,000 to UNF Mental Health Graduate Nursing Program

Health Care Systems Donate Nearly $900,000 to UNF Mental Health Graduate Nursing Program

There’s a mental health professional shortage not only in Northeast Florida but also across the country. In order to address this critical shortage of psychiatric professionals, six Jacksonville health care systems have come together to collectively donate nearly $900,000, helping to alleviate this crisis by funding the Mental Health Graduate Nursing Program in the Brooks College of Health (BCH) School of Nursing at the University of North Florida. The program will educate mental health nurse practitioners with earned doctorate degrees in nursing practice

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