SFCC on the Radio and in the Newspaper
Last week on KSFR’s Wake Up Call, Bruce Hamilton interviewed SFCC photography instructor and artist Joe Long about his more than 70 years working with a camera. Long’s works are currently featured in SFCC’s Visual Arts Gallery through July 11. Listen to the conversation. Come see the show.
And, in case you missed it: Two auto-tech interviews (and photos)
Hear KSWV’s Mike Michaels talk with Zach Brandt, owner of Capital Ford Lincoln, and Julia Furry, automotive technologies director, about SFCC’s Automotive Technologies program, the high demand for technicians, and the partnerships with Ford and others for training for the future.
Listen to Julia Furry, automotive technologies director, and Yvette Roybal, owner of Octane Ford Buick GMC talk about Santa Fe Community College’s Automotive Technologies program and new facility on KTRC’s Richard Eed’s Show, 1260 AM/103.7 FM. The podcast is now available.
Dillon Mullen of The Santa Fe New Mexican wrote the story, “SFCC breaking ground on new automotive technology center.” He interviewed Julia Furry and a photograph featured automotive student Nathan Sindelar, who is working at Lexus of Santa Fe.