Erik Veliky is from Emporia, Virginia and is a 2015 Greensville County High School graduate. He earned Career Studies Certificates from Southside Virginia Community College in Welding and Precision Machining, completing both by May 2016. While attending SVCC, Eric was also a work-study student.
With the weather turning cooler, can snow be far behind? Sign up now for the "Southside Alert" system so you are notified by text, email or phone of changes in the SVCC schedule and other late-breaking information. Details on how to sign up are on the website at: www.southside.edu/alert.
The last day of classes is Friday, December 9, 2016. Final examination days are Saturday, December 10, 2016 through Friday, December 16, 2016 in your current room. Examination periods are two hours in length (1-1/2 hour exam time, 30 minutes break). Night classes (those which meet at 4:00 PM or later) will have their final examinations during exam week on their usual day of the week.
All Saturday classes will have their exam on Saturday, December 10.
Enjoy working outdoors? Looking for a career that’s challenging and rewarding? Help ensure reliable electricity for your community by taking the first step to become a power line worker.
Transitioning to Civilian life, dislocated workers or a Veteran who recently transitioned, the manufacturing sector is offering high wage job opportunities for people with the right skills. Current estimates from various sources indicate that 400,000 to 600,000 job openings exist in US manufacturing alone!
From Fort Mitchell, Virginia and a Central of Lunenburg High School graduate, Susan Lenhart earned her Associate's degree from Southside Virginia Community College.
We are Southside Virginia Community College. “Southside Virginia” describes the geographic area we serve. “College” explains our function as an institution of postsecondary education. But “Community” is what characterizes our mission. Community stands at the core of our purpose and in the middle of our name. Community binds the people and places of our region together as we share our lives, our challenges, and our dreams.
During the recent Virginia Community Colleges Association meeting held at Wintergreen, four members of the Southside Virginia Community College staff and faculty were recognized as Showcase Recipients. This award recognizes hard work and dedication to their individual colleges and the overall mission of the Virginia Community College System.
Coming in November to Greensville County; Truck Driver Training through Southside Virginia Community College! Train now for a great well paying job. The class will begin on November 7, 2016
Make It Happen and Empowered Women Groups at Southside Virginia Community College are joining with Gamma Lambda Omega to collect healthy snacks for hungry children through a Childhood Hunger Drive.
Southside Virginia Community College will be hosting Backflow Prevention training at Lake Country Advanced Knowledge Center in South Hill during the week of November 7, 2016. This credentialed training is vital for technicians involved with water supply in rural and municipal areas.
College Wide Panther Prep Advising Day on November 21st will give students an in depth advising experience, connect students to college resources and give students opportunities to learn about college programs. Register online.
From Richmond, Virginia and a Huguenot High School graduate, Nikki Wynn earned an Associate of Applied Science in Information Systems Technology from Southside Virginia Community College.
From Blackstone, Kevin Dalton graduated from Nottoway County High School. In his sophomore year of high school, he attended the program, "A Day in the Life of a Lineman", sponsored by Southside Electric Cooperative, setting him on his career path at an early age.
Job Fair 2016 is coming to Southside Virginia Education Center at 1600 Greensville County Circle, Emporia on Wednesday, November 2 from 2 to 4:30 p.m.
Mary Pulliam (Center) of LaCrosse (student) and Louise Ogburn of South Hill (Right) and Nancy Turner of Kenbridge (Left) (William Taylor Chapter, Daughters of the American Revolution) encourage students at Southside Virginia Community College to join in commemorating the signing of the Constitution of the United States of America—September 17-23.
It has been said, “the best things in life are free.” This does not typically apply to professional credentials, but it does in the Southside Virginia Community College Welding Program. Welder certification is free to all welding students while they are enrolled in welding courses during the 2016-17 school year.
From Amelia, Virginia and an Amelia County High School graduate, Kandy Freeman earned a Nurse Aide Certificate and her Associate of Applied Science in Human Services from Southside Virginia Community College.
Southside Virginia Community College recently graduated 19 members of the second class of the Power Line Worker Program. Those who completed the 11-week program earn Level 1 certification from the NCCER (National Center for Construction Education & Research), a commercial driver’s license, first aid & CPR certification and core safety training mandated by the department of Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA).