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Con Alma Health Foundations is participating in the fourth annual National Day of Racial Healing on Jan. 21, 2020. Visit Con Alma’s website to find out more. There is a national livestream Monday, January 21 starting at 9 a.m. ET via the W.K. Kellogg Foundation’s YouTube Channel, at https://healourcommunities.org/day-of-racial-healing/. #HowWeHeal  Read more ›

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President Becky Rowley, Ph.D., participated in her first SFCC commencement ceremony. New Mexico Cabinet Secretary of Workforce Solutions Bill McCamley provided the keynote address. Student speaker Leslie Orena Quintana Ayala, who earned a Certificate in Early Childhood Development, inspired the audience with her personal story. This fall, approximately 361 SFCC graduates were eligible to receive Read more ›

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At the final Governing Board meeting of the year last week, President Rowley acknowledged outgoing Board members Kathy Keith and Martha Romero, Ph.D., for their hard work and dedication to our students and the college. Kathy and Martha both served more than six years on the Board. They each received a Nambé plaque, a college Read more ›

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Congratulations to all SFCC fall graduates, including graduates of the SFCC Emergency Medical Services Institute, who were recognized during a Paramedic Graduation Ceremony, Nov. 26. Fourteen graduates took part in the ceremony, which held at the bio wall and included an address from Dr. David Rosen. Verity Bornet was the student speaker. Upcoming celebrations:  Read more ›

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Carlos Lira, 20, is the friendly face that you’ll see most days at the East Wing Eatery.  Lira is studying to earn his associate degree in business administration. Lira has spent about four years working in coffee shops.  “My interest has turned into a hobby, almost an obsession,” Lira said.  He loves the intricacies of Read more ›

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Congratulations to SFCC’s Veterans Resource Center for a successful Veterans and Family Appreciation Day last week. Veterans and Family Appreciation day is an event to show appreciation for military veterans and their families. It is also a resource and job fair. For more information on the Veterans Resource Center, email krystal.patton@sfcc.edu or call 505-428-1314. Read more ›

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The Indigenous Peoples Club is organizing a series of special events to celebrate the national Native American Heritage Month. Photo: SFCC student Lee Standing Elk, Data Technician Marvin Gabaldon and Associate Dean Brooke Gondara stand next to the poignant exhibition of Red Dresses, representing just a fraction of the missing and/or murdered indigenous women. Read more ›

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SFCC had its first ever Battle Under the Hood competition at Capital High School on Oct. 18. This event gave Capital High School students a small taste of what to expect in the automotive program. This event was made possible with the help of: • SFCC Automotive Technologies • SFCC Office of Recruitment & Dual Credit • College Read more ›

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Santa Fe Higher Education Center announces the partnership with Bellevue University to provide new pathways to higher education for residents of northern New Mexico. To celebrate the new partnership, (pictured) Bellevue University’s President Mary B. Hawkins joined SF HEC Interim Director, Meghan McGarrity; SFCC President Becky Rowely, Ph.D.; Santa Fe Chamber of Commerce President Read more ›

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Wow!!! SFCC is excited to share some of the architectural renderings from Greer Stafford/SJCF ARCHITECTURE, Inc. of our soon-to-be constructed Automotive Technology Center. In the upcoming months, expect to see construction beginning just south of the William C. Witter Fitness Education Center parking lot. Additional parking will be built across the loop drive Read more ›

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Air Products announced that SFCC student Callahan Jobe is the recipient of this year’s $2,500 Air Products Women of Gases and Welding Scholarship. Callahan became interested in welding while serving as an AmeriCorps member at Santa Fe Habitat for Humanity. She said while working there she discovered a love of welding. “It’s an empowering skill Read more ›

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Students and teachers across Northern New Mexico will benefit this year from more education opportunities thanks to two grants to regional education nonprofits totaling nearly $800,000 from Los Alamos National Laboratory operator Triad National Security, LLC. The funding was announced by Janet Napolitano, president of the University of California (UC), at an education-focused community event Read more ›