History This Week @ Santa Fe

History This Week @ Santa Fe

June 27, 2003 – Director of Sciences for Health Programs, Linda Nichols, and Chair of Social Sciences and History, Michael Rainer, graduated from the Academy of Leadership Training and Development Program on this day. The academy, in combination with the Chair Academy of Mesa, provides organizational leadership training programs to community and technical colleges worldwide.

Lawrence Tyree, President of SF College in 2001 During Awards Presentation for various employees.

June 28, 2001 – Five SFCC employees were honored for outstanding performance during a presentation by President Larry Tyree at the June District Board of Trustees meeting: Korona Skipper, Administrative Assistant to the Registrar; Fran Holm, Technology and Applied Sciences Associate Vice President; Don Swieter, Natural Sciences Professor; Kelli Muddle, Zoo Animal Technology Work-Study student; and Ann Weigl, College Prep Part-Time Instructor.

June 29, 2001 – SFCC vocational course provides students part-time employment while training them for jobs in electronics-mechanical field. Director of Engineering Occupations, Robert W. Sterling – “This is a pioneer program which offers students a direct work experience with a high degree of reality and opportunity to select realistic vocational goals.”

June 29, 1968 – The Gainesville Sun reports: “Current Affairs” added to SFCC summer course schedule. Designed to promote community interest and consideration of current world problems.

June 1, 2003 – For the first time in more than two years, a class of 23 corrections officers graduate from Santa F Community College’s Institute of Public Safety. The officers will go to work for the jail at the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office at a beginning salary of $28, 500.

June 2, 1992 – Gainesville Sun reports: SFCC may regain funds lost in past 2 years of budget cuts.