Florida State College at Jacksonville’s (FSCJ) FL Trade Grant program invites current and prospective students and job seekers to the Manufacturing Job Fair on Tuesday, July 12.
Popular TED Talks comes to Jacksonville”s FSCJ, here are some of the speakers and their topics.
21 of Florida’s most outstanding teachers were recognized for their creativity in presenting lessons in economics, personal finance and entrepreneurship at the event recently held in Orlando.
FSCJ announced it is one of over 200 community colleges throughout the country to be selected to join Achieving the Dream, a national community college network dedicated to improving student success.
The annual costs of textbooks are about $1,300 per year for a full-time community college student-roughly a third of the cost of an associate degree.
Master Gardener Nelson Peterson will conduct a Landscape Matters class on troubleshooting problems that are obstacles to a healthy lawn.
If you are considering a return to school or just need to learn to better prioritize and brush up on your skills for life in general, this is the class for you.
FSCJ College Reach-Out Program is accepting applications for the summer college preparation session. Parents looking to prepare their students beyond high school, should apply today for SAT/ACT prep and more.
The Rayonier Community Funded for Nassau Scholarship is now accepting applications from those who have earned their high school diplomas within the past five years.
FSCJ’s most recent group of Dental Hygiene graduates achieved a 100 percent pass rate on the National Board Dental Hygiene Examination and scored in the 90th percentile in the nation.
Learn about palms at a FREE class from the series “Landscape Matters”.
“As I watched the students receive their diploma and cross the stage, I was met with overwhelming pride for the accomplishments they have achieved,”
Florida State College at Jacksonville (FSCJ) will honor 189 nursing program graduates at the upcoming Pinning Ceremony on Monday, May 16, 2016.
The graduation keynote speaker is Marcellus Holmes III, former New England Patriots and Arena Football League player.
FSCJ students competed against more than 80 colleges and universities from around the country in speech and debate categories.