Trades and Technologies Center
SFCC collaborates with local businesses to create and provide tailored job training and address the advanced technologies of the 21st Century. By providing cutting-edge applied science and engineering technologies in alternative energy, solar energy, green building systems, construction skills, and biofuels, SFCC is poised to address the demands of a new industrial era.
Learn more about the Trades and Advanced Technology Center.
What is an Adsorption Cooler? It's in the TATC! Read the Trades and Advanced Technology Center's Adsorption Chiller Fact Sheet to learn more.
White House CEQ Chair Sutley Visits Santa Fe Community College
Nancy Sutley, Chair of the White House Council on Environmental Quality and President Obama's principal environmental policy advisor, visited SFCC's Sustainable Technologies Center (STC) on July 21, 2011, to highlight how clean energy innovation and education is building American economic and jobs opportunities. Read Sutley's Thank You Letter to Director Randy Grissom and SFCC.
Programs at the STC
The diagram below depicts the STC's integration strategy, its trades and technologies, educational resources and the positive outcomes from this approach.
21st CENTURY TRADES
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Growing Businesses Sustainable Environment
The STC is guided by an advisory board and supported by industry task forces in each of the trades and curriculum areas. Offerings include:
- Credit and noncredit courses and programs
- Customized workforce development training
- Industry and technology demonstration space
- Seminars, symposiums and special events
The STC's academic programs are part of SFCC's overarching strategy to make the college a "green" campus, and to infuse sustainability across its curriculum, emphasizing strong core Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) education.
Former President Sheila Ortego (2006-2012) was an original signatory to the College and University Presidents' Climate Commitment.
For more information, please contact Camilla Bustamante, Interim Dean, School of Trades, Technology, Sustainability and Professional Studies, 505-428-1639, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Empower Students, Strengthen Community. | Empoderar a los Estudiantes, Fortalecer a la Comunidad.