Fort Pierce, FL—The month of February is widely recognized as Career and Technical Education Month® by the Association for Career and Technical Education (ACTE) as an opportunity to celebrate the value, achievements and accomplishments of programs across the country.
The IRSC Foundation is pleased to announce new appointments for three distinguished community members—Ryan C. Abernethy of Fort Pierce, Douglas J. Marcello of Stuart and Milo Thornton of Vero Beach—to its Board of Directors.
IRSC and Honeywell Partner on Campus Infrastructure Improvement to Reduce Water Use and Carbon Footprint
IRSC and Honeywell have launched a comprehensive infrastructure improvement project designed to increase energy efficiency across all five IRSC campuses through a series of building upgrades. The improvements are projected to reduce operational costs by $9.8 million over 10 years.
Recent Indian River State College (IRSC) Interior Design program graduate, Karla Ambrose, placed first in the 2020 ASID Florida South Design Excellence Awards category for Student Commercial Design. The annual design competition is dedicated to the advancement of the interior design profession through the recognition of outstanding designers.
IRSC Awarded $2,236,673 Grant to Increase Training in Construction Trades through Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program
IRSC will expand its HVAC, construction and solar panel technician training programs with a $2,236,673 grant made possible through the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity’s (DEO) Rebuild Florida Workforce Recovery Training Program.
IRSC has hired Jane Kim its new Dean of Workforce Education & Development.
Piper Aircraft, Inc. is accepting applications for its 2021 Apprenticeship Program. The two-year program, presented in cooperation with Indian River State College (IRSC), launched in 2019 in response to the increasing demand for high-quality manufacturing candidates at Piper Aircraft. The second cohort class recently completed their first semester of the program, shadowing skilled aircraft assembly workers and learning all aspects of aircraft fabrication and assembly while taking related IRSC-delivered coursework.
Civil Rights Movement Leader, Dr. William G. Anderson, to Headline IRSC February 18 Black History Month Event
Dr. William G. Anderson, D.O.—one of the nation’s last living links to Original Six of the American Civil Rights Movement—will headline the Indian River State College (IRSC) Black History Month event on the evening of Thursday, February 18.
A new guaranteed admissions interview agreement between Indian River State College (IRSC) and Edward Via College of Osteopathic Medicine (VCOM) makes it easier for IRSC Bachelor’s Degree in Biology students to train to be a physician.
On January 28 and 29, Indian River State College hosted nationally renowned explosives expert, Rod Glover, who presented sessions on international IED trends to area law enforcement and fire personnel and leadership, IRSC students and IRSC Safety and Security officers.