August 2018
Remembering Reekes By Playing His Game
The young men making up the team dedicated to the memory of Freddie Reekes and playing in the SVCC Foundation’s Tournament named for Reekes are (Left to Right) Ken Peace, Shep Moss, Ryan Henry and David Talbert.   

Freddie Reekes was memorable. The definition of the word memorable is ‘ worth remembering or easily remembered, especially because of being special.’  Read More
​Nursing Scholarships ...Vital to ou​r​ Program

The SVCC Foundation is fortunate to have scholarships that assist nursing students to prepare for their future. Learn more about the scholarships and see some of our recipients..... click here
Industrial Technology Builds!
Scenes from the first night of class at SVCC’s newest Industrial Technology Laboratory located at the Southside Virginia Education Center in Greensville County. There are classes available in the fields of automation, mechatronics, electricity, pneumatics, and hydraulics. Twelve students are enrolled through the Apprenticeship program representing several area companies. These dedicated students work a full shift and then attend class at night and the program is supported by their employers. 
August is National Make-A-Will Month

What a wonderful way to give the gift that keeps on giving.....Include the SVCC Foundation Scholarship program in your estate plans .
SVCC Employees Recognized for Years of Service
Service Awards recognizing college employees celebrating an anniversary of 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35 years were awarded during the SVCC Convocation on August 16, 2018.  

View Recognition Slide show here.
GED Student Having Fun
This student gets creative sharing her interest in having a duck for a pet. 

The college offers free GED Preparation along with Adult Basic Education Classes at no charge to the student. A pproximately 31,000 residents of Southside Virginia have less than a high school diploma.  Read More
Mary Toombs is a Certified Nursing Assistant at Chase City Health and Rehab Center. She is a proud graduate of SVCC and has this to say about her profession, "I chose to be a CNA because I love caring for the residents and hope I can make a difference in their lives."
SVCC Alumni Spotlights