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Suffolk County Community College honors student Noah Fields, 19 of Holtsville has been awarded a $10,000 scholarship by the Episcopal Diocese of Long Island. Fields was awarded the academic scholarship by the Diocese as part of an inaugural eight-member class of students who are descendants of African slaves as part of the celebration of Juneteenth.
Sixteen Suffolk County high school seniors, joined by family, coaches, friends and college officials, signed letters of intent to attend Suffolk County Community College this fall and continue playing the sports they love. The group gathered at a celebratory signing ceremony at the College on Wednesday, June 8.
Suffolk County Community College has collaborated with Red Hat, an open source, web-deployed and web-managed education program in its Cybersecurity program.
Suffolk County Community College's Board of Trustees will vote Thursday, May 12 to waive the membership fee for Suffolk County disabled veterans at the College's two health clubs, said Board Chair E. Christopher Murray. The College has health clubs on its Eastern Campus in Riverhead and the Michael J. Grant Campus in Brentwood.
Adults with a high school diploma and some or no post-secondary education will soon be able to get free career training at Suffolk County Community College thanks to a $408,157 grant from the State University of New York's (SUNY) Stay Near Go Far initiative. The grant is a subaward of SUNY's Education Stabilization Fund -- Reimagine Workforce Preparation Grant from the U.S. Department of Education's Office of Career, Technical, and Adult Education.