Palm Beach State College Corporate and Continuing Education (CCE) department and Love, Hope & Healing, Inc., a nonprofit organization, have partnered to develop a five-week Career Exploration Summer Program.
The program will be for 20 underserved, underrepresented youth ages 15 and 16 from the Riviera Beach area and will be held Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to noon June 6 through July 11 (no class the week of July 4) on PBSC’s Lake Worth campus. … Continue reading Partnership to help underserved youth explore careers
Motorcyclists who need to take the state-mandated training and safety class required to get the motorcycle endorsement added to their driver license can now do so at Palm Beach State College.
Motorcycle Training Institute, Inc., a Miami-based company, has contracted with PBSC’s Corporate and Continuing Education division to provide the two-day Basic RiderCourse on the Lake Worth campus.
The instructional component for the two-day class currently is held virtually, while the on-cycle riding portion is held on campus. … Continue reading State-required motorcycle training and safety class now available at PBSC
This story has been updated to include details on the memorial service set for Sept. 16, 2021 at 10 a.m.
Patricia V. Richie, Palm Beach State College’s former longtime dean of Business, Trades and Public Safety programs, passed away unexpectedly Aug. 24, her family has announced.
Richie, whom many called Pat or Dean Richie, had worked at the College in various workforce roles for 27 years before retiring in January. “Pat truly loved working at Palm Beach State College and spoke very highly and fondly of both her work family and the countless students she had the pleasure of mentoring and leading at the College,’’ her family said in a statement. … Continue reading Longtime former Workforce Dean Pat Richie passes away
Thirty-two teams of four came out to play last Friday in the Palm Beach State College Foundation’s 2018 Golf Classic at Mayacoo Lakes Country Club in West Palm Beach.
Themed, “Swing for Student Success,” the event raised more than $140,000 which will go toward STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts and Math) student scholarships as part of the College’s STEAM initiative.
During a closing awards ceremony and cocktail reception, the top three teams were announced and prizes were given for those who won the longest drive, … Continue reading PBSC raises more than $140,000 at Golf Classic