Level 2 Mechatronics trainees use 3D printing to quickly move their ideas from theory to testing.
SVHEC-Area Health Education Center recently partnered with Sentara Halifax Regional Hospital to offer a nursing experience for high school students.
For Career Tech Academy students, the South Boston Christmas parade provided an opportunity to apply the hands-on concepts they’ve been learning in their mechatronics and information technology (IT) classes.
Geoff Vaughan, Welding@SVHEC Program Leader, recently earned the internationally recognized Certified Welding Inspector (CWI) credential through the American Welding Society (AWS).
Halifax County launches community strategic planning effort. SVHEC Executive Director serves as one of the chairs for the steering commitee.
How does Halifax County become a more prosperous, successful, and vibrant place to live and work? Citizens are invited to help answer that question as Halifax County kicks off a community strategic planning effort on October 15th.
Public, private, and non-profit leaders in Halifax County have come together to develop a community strategic plan that will provide a roadmap to help the County address challenges, increase prosperity, and improve quality of life for current and future residents. The plan will address the full range of competitive factors that influence a community’s attractiveness, including talent, education and training resources, infrastructure, business climate, and quality of life and place.
With grant funds approved for the purchase of new buses, and proposed bus routes developed, bus service in Halifax County is on the road to becoming a reality.
The public is invited to attend an information sessions at the Southern VA Higher Education Center lobby on Oct. 17th at 2:00pm to learn more. SVHEC Executive Director Dr. Betty Adams will provide updates on the SoVA Regional Transportation Project, and will solicit input on the proposed routes.
“There are talented, hard-working people who want to get training for a new career or who want to be gainfully employed but they simply lack reliable transportation to achieve those goals. The Southern Virginia Regional Transportation Project will begin to change that by providing affordable access to education, jobs, healthcare, shopping, entertainment, and more,” Adams stated.