Success Stories Archive

A guide to SFCC’s technical programs

A guide to Get your hands on a great career … for less time and money!  The days when high school graduates could shed their caps and gowns one day and find stable, good paying jobs the

SFCC stories of success

State Fair Community College has been changing lives and boosting the vibrancy of communities in its service area for almost 47 years. We have thousands of alumni with compelling success stories to share. Here are just a

Imagine a Career in Health Career Imaging

Can you imagine yourself in a high-demand, high-paying career in health care medical imaging? Get your start today at State Fair Community College. SFCC offers degree programs in Radiologic Technology and Diagnostic Medical Sonography, plus additional courses

The Right Fit at the Right Time Accelerated Structural Welding Program

They came, they learned, they graduated. Last spring, 14 students spent four days a week together for just one semester, and in May they received Skills Certificates in Structural Welding. The fast-track program met from 1-6 p.m.

Brawn to Brains Skills are the future of manufacturing

If you think manufacturing jobs are a thing of the past, think again. While it’s true that old-fashioned assembly line jobs are dwindling, a new kind of manufacturing job is starved for skilled workers. Today, more than

MoManufacturingWINs programs are a win-win!

State Fair Community College will offer five new MoManufacturingWINs grant-funded programs this fall to meet the growing workforce needs of the manufacturing industry. State Fair Community College will offer five new MoManufacturingWINs grant-funded programs this fall to

First Student to Complete Phlebotomy Course Hits Ground Running

It only took one summer and one semester for Andrea Sommer to launch a new career. Sommer, 33, the first student to complete State Fair Community College’s new phlebotomy course, was offered a job before she had

GED—We Make Getting Started EASY

No high school diploma?  State Fair Community College can help Like a lot of people, Joe thought dropping out of high school was a smart thing to do. There was money to be made in the work