SFCC Harvest Festival 2021
1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 7

SFCC Harvest Festival is sponsored by SFCC Foundation, Love, Tito’s, Grow Y’Own, Culinary Arts, Fine Arts, Controlled Environment Agriculture and the Innovation Center. This year’s SFCC Harvest Festival is from 1 to 4 p.m. Oct. 7. The event is restricted to members of the SFCC community and invited SFCC partners […]

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SFCC sponsored concert at SWAN Park on August 1

SFCC welcomed community members to the AMP concert featuring Baracutanga on August 1 on Santa Fe’s Southside at SWAN Park. Baracutanga is a seven-piece band representing four different countries (Bolivia, Ecuador, Peru, USA), that blends South American ancestral traditions with a modern sensibility, whose exciting and distinct Latin flavor keeps crowds […]

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PDAC/LATF Juneteenth BLM Statement

A year ago the SFCC President’s Diversity Advisory Committee (PDAC) released our statement decrying the murder of George Floyd and calling for Santa Fe Community College to become an actively anti-racist campus.  We specifically chose Juneteenth, or June 19th, memorialize June 19, 1865, when the last enslaved people in Texas […]

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SFCC revitalizes community culinary garden

SFCC Foundation has partnered with several organizations to revitalize and create a community culinary arts garden. GYO (Grow Your Own, which originally installed the raised beds), will work with Block to Block Community Gardens, a charitable organization that aids in restoration and creation of community gardens nationally. This group is […]

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Celebrating women who weld at SFCC

For the AWS student chapter newsletter: Jake Lovato wrote: March is Women’s History Month. To celebrate contributions of women in our industry, we would like to highlight female students from the Santa Fe Community College AWS Student Chapter.  Student Chapter Advisor Jake Lovato shared the following and identified two students in […]

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SFCC’s Dec. 2020 Respiratory Care Graduates

The Santa Fe Community College recently celebrated its Respiratory Care AAS degree graduates in a virtual celebration. Our state and community needs these graduates. We’re so proud of their hard work to complete during this challenging time. Here are the graduates as shown in the photo:Top Let to right:Vincent Benavidez, […]

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Luke Spangenburg

Luke Spangenburg, who died on Sept. 5, 2020, was a nationally recognized leader in the Algae and Biofuels industry was known for his collaborations with educational development programs. He worked on projects with the Department of Energy, National Renewable Energy Labs, Sandia National Lab, Los Alamos National Lab and EPSCoR, as well as on a variety of industry collaborations. Luke Spangenburg was involved with […]

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