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  • Become A Teacher. Learn How at Information Session

    The School of Education at Indian River State College (IRSC) offers many opportunities for community members to become teachers, especially in the high-demand fields of math, science, ESE and bilingual education. Join us for a free information session Tuesday, November 5, to learn more about programs and degrees in the field of education.

  • Learn About IRSC Offerings in Indiantown

    The Indian River State College (IRSC) Indiantown Education Center is a community resource for educational programs and services offered by IRSC in western Martin County. The public is invited to visit the Indiantown Education Center for a free open house Monday, November 4 between 5 and 7 p.m.

  • Autumn Scares Fall Festival Returns at IRSC

    Indian River State College (IRSC) welcomes community members to its Autumn Scares Fall Festival on Friday, October 25, from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex located at 4600 Kirby Loop Road in Fort Pierce.

  • Dr. Ann Roccon Named ASID Florida South Chapter President-Elect

    ASID Florida South Chapter inducted Dr. Ann Roccon, IRSC Professor and Interior Design Program Coordinator, to serve as President-Elect for the ASID Florida South Chapter.

  • Students Save Time and Money with Dual Enrollment

    Parents of high school students are often concerned about the cost of college. Dual Enrollment at Indian River State College (IRSC) provides an opportunity for high school students to begin work on their college degree for free while still in high school, saving time and thousands of dollars in college tuition.

  • 39th Annual Holiday Bazaar to be Held November 16

    A Treasure Coast holiday tradition continues as Indian River State College (IRSC) hosts the 39th Annual Holiday Bazaar—formerly called the DECA Bazaar—Saturday, November 16, from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the IRSC Main Campus at 3209 Virginia Avenue in Fort Pierce. Hundreds of craft and gift items including holiday decorations, toys, fabric, and more can be found at the bazaar. The event also features food trucks and live music.

  • Have the Experience of a Lifetime in 2020 with the IRSC Study Abroad Program

    Experiences of a lifetime await students and community members who travel the world through the IRSC Study Abroad program. Eight fascinating trips are planned for 2020.

  • Quail Valley Hosts IRSC Culinary Career Day

    IRSC hospitality and culinary students participated in a unique event to network with and learn from area executive chefs, chief operating officers, and owners and operators of some of the area’s select clubs, restaurants, and suppliers during the IRSC Culinary Career Day.

  • Climatic Solar of Vero Beach Donates Equipment to Mueller Campus

    Climatic Solar recently visited the IRSC Mueller Campus to present a generous contribution of equipment for use with facilities and campus maintenance.

  • IRSC Living History Series Tells Extraordinary Stories of Ordinary People

    The IRSC Living History Series presents enlightening presentations that focus on topics that range from local legend and lore, Mid-eastern power struggles—and even the history of Santa Claus.


Contacts

Suzanne Y. Seldes
Director of Communications & Brand Strategy
sseldes@irsc.edu
772-462-7265

Robert Lane
Marketing Specialist
rlane@irsc.edu
772-462-7506

Kelly Hogan
Social Media Specialist
kmhogan@irsc.edu
772-462-7270

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