Village of Palm Springs recognizes PBSC’s 90th anniversary with a proclamation
Palm Beach State College received a special proclamation recognizing its 90th anniversary from the Village of Palm Springs during a village council meeting on Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Accepting the honor on behalf of the College from the Village of Palm Springs Mayor Bev Smith was Lake Worth Campus Provost Barbara Cipriano. Joining her from the College was Corporate and Continuing Education Director Deborah Gordon and Dean of Student Services Ronnie Malave.
The proclamation talked about PBSC’s history, degrees, and its many talented and skilled graduates. It also spoke on the College’s programs in the line:
Whereas, with more than 130 programs of study, Palm Beach State College is the county’s leading educator of skilled professionals. Career programs span fields such as health care, computer science, business, biotechnology, creative arts, childcare, human services, teacher education, environmental science, landscape management, a wide variety of skilled trades, engineering, electrical power, and public safety.
As a thank you to the village, PBSC gift bags that included emerald paper weights were given to the mayor, council members and others.
The Village of Palm Springs proclamation marks 18 municipal proclamations to date presented to PBSC by municipalities in Palm Beach County as well as the Palm Beach County Commissioners. The next proclamation to be presented recognizing PBSC’s historic anniversary will be from the City of Pahokee on Tuesday, Sept. 26 and the Town of Juno Beach Wednesday, Sept. 27.
Throughout the year, PBSC will celebrate its 90th anniversary milestone with activities such as campus celebrations, open houses, innovation initiatives and capital projects. Stories will spotlight the achievements of alumni, students, faculty, staff and community partners on the College’s website. Social media posts and special events will use the hashtag #PBSC90th.
To learn more, visit Palmbeachstate.edu/90th.