SCHREIBER CONFERENCE CENTER (at St. Lucie West) (Pruitt Campus)
500 N.W. California Blvd.
Port St. Lucie, FL 34986
The Schreiber Conference Center at St. Lucie West introduces a state-of-the-art venue for new education, business, and technology opportunities on the Treasure Coast. Facilities in the 13,000 square foot Center provide a high-tech, state-of-the-art setting for business training, conferences and meetings, as well as expanded opportunities for networking and business related seminars. It is conveniently located at the IRSC Pruitt Campus in St. Lucie West just off I-95.
||Featured at the Conference Center are the high-tech National City Strategic Planning Center, flanked by four breakout rooms; the 200-seat CORE Communities Auditorium, which features an adjacent catering kitchen; the Neill, Griffin, Fowler, Tierney, Neill & Marquis Computer Classroom.
The Daniel W. Miller Meeting Room and the Fogal, Lynch, Johnson & Long CPAs Conference Room which offers area businesses specialized training, special seminars, and workshops facilitated by trained IRSC Professionals.
The facilities are fully equipped with high-tech, state-of-the-art sophisticated technology, including Smart Boards, plasma screens, digital document cameras, multiple LCD projectors, and Pentium 4 computers.
Rooms within the Schreiber Conference Center at St. Lucie West have been named in recognition of major contributors: Dot and Bud Adams; CORE Communities; Fogal, Lynch, Johnson & Long CPAs; National City; Lawnwood Regional/St. Lucie Medical Centers; Neill, Griffin, Fowler, Tierney, Neill & Marquis; QVC; Riverside National Bank; Tropicana; and PRIMERICA RVPs Leatherman and Meade. Other major contributors are: Adams Pest Control; Haisley Funeral Home & Cremation Services; Home Depot of St. Lucie West; Sam's Club; Sera Serafini; and Dr. Susan Taggart.
The Schreiber Conference Center at St. Lucie West is named in recognition of the late Strelsa Schreiber, a well-known Port St. Lucie community leader. Mrs. Schreiber was a staunch supporter of the College, its students, and the community for more than 35 years.