Many adults in our community can’t afford basic dental treatment, so for the third year in a row, local volunteer dentists teamed up with Palm Beach State College Dental Health students to do something about it.
Dentists affiliated with Atlantic Coast Dental Research Clinic, assisted by PBSC Dental Health students, treated 42 adults at Free Dentistry Day held today at the dental clinic on the Lake Worth campus.
The focus of the first-come, … Continue reading Dentists and students make a difference in a day
Families with school-age children usually spend Saturdays pursuing sports and other leisure activities, with a lot of errands thrown in for good measure. This past Saturday, however, 15 children, from preschoolers to high school students, along with one or both parents, took time out to explore biology, anatomy, chemistry, math and physics at the first STEM Saturday event at Palm Beach State College’s Lake Worth campus.
Organized by Dr. Sankaranarayana Chandramohan, PBSC professor of anatomy and physiology and microbiology, … Continue reading Parents and kids learn about science at STEM Saturday
Students, don’t panic. If you are trying to register for classes, see an advisor or apply for financial aid before winter break starts next week, you have options.
While Palm Beach State College is closed from Dec. 21-Jan. 2, the Student Services department on the Lake Worth campus will be open four days during the break to help students get ready for the 2017 spring term.
All students, no matter which campus they plan to attend, … Continue reading Special winter break hours designed to help students
Christopher Juez, a student in Palm Beach State College’s Diesel Technology program, is one of 12 students to receive a $2,500 scholarship from Federal-Mogul Motorparts, a global manufacturer of original equipment and aftermarket parts for light and commercial vehicles.
This is the second year that Federal-Mogul Motorparts has awarded its Automotive Technology Scholarship to qualified students nationwide who are studying to become professional automotive/diesel technicians.
“I didn’t think I would get it,” says Juez. … Continue reading PBSC diesel student wins national scholarship
Up-and-coming movers and shakers don’t just populate the business world. Community colleges also have their fair share—for example, Professor Suzanne Duff, department chair for Human Services programs at Palm Beach State College.
Duff has been named to the 40 Under 40 list of the American Association for Women in Community Colleges. Launched this year, the list will recognize outstanding community college women under the age of 40 on an annual basis. … Continue reading Duff named to ‘40 under 40’ list of community college achievers
Emergency medical services teams from around the state competed at Palm Beach State College’s third annual Panther EMS Challenge, held April 15 at the Public Safety Training Center on the Lake Worth campus.
The fast-paced competition tested the teams’ knowledge and skills in advanced life support through a series of demanding, realistic medical scenarios that involved full-body human patient simulators (wireless, computerized mannequins) as well as people portraying patients.
Twelve professional teams competed, including teams from Palm Beach, … Continue reading EMS professionals put their skills to the test at PBSC
The Palm Beach State College Lake Worth campus will be open for four days during the two-week winter break to help students from all campuses register and prepare for their spring classes.
The Admissions/Registration, Advising, Financial Aid and Disability Support Services offices will be open from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Dec. 21-22 and Dec. 28-29. In addition to the Student Services offices, the bookstores at the Lake Worth, Boca Raton and Palm Beach Gardens campuses also will be open at varying special hours during those days. … Continue reading PBSC Lake Worth campus to open for special hours during winter break
Ruben Cabrera and Mitchell Ramos, classmates in Palm Beach State College’s Automotive Service Technology program, have each received a $2,000 Grainger Tools for Tomorrow® scholarship from Grainger, a leading distributor of maintenance, repair and operating products.
The Grainger Tools for Tomorrow scholarship program, offered in partnership with the American Association of Community Colleges, helps students earning an associate degree or certificate in skilled trades or public safety fields. … Continue reading PBSC automotive students receive Grainger scholarships
Salvatore C. Manuele, an adjunct instructor for Palm Beach State College’s Bachelor of Applied Science degree in Supervision and Management, has been reappointed to serve a three-year term on the Palm Beach County Library Advisory Board.
The volunteer 15-member board is appointed by the Palm Beach County Board of Commissioners. Its role is to provide policy, budget and other recommendations to the Board of County Commissioners and work with the county library director to improve and expand library service. … Continue reading Manuele reappointed to library advisory board
Students entering Palm Beach State College’s automotive and diesel programs often picture themselves as technicians working for car or truck dealerships, independent shops and the like. Most don’t know about a different career path that’s one of the best out there. That is until now.
The Florida Association of Governmental Fleet Administrators is bringing attention to the wide range of technician careers tied to government vehicle operations. By offering scholarships, FLAGFA hopes to encourage students to consider careers repairing and maintaining the vehicles used by police, … Continue reading Scholarship paves way to a government fleet career