SPRINGFIELD, Mass. – Springfield Technical Community College will host a the spring Career and College Transfer Fair on April 11, 4 p.m. to 6 p.m., in the Scibelli Hall (Building 2) gymnasium.

The spring fair, which is open to alumni, students and friends, presents an opportunity to connect with a wide variety of employers and transfer institutions.

Before the fair, participants can take part in mock interviews with employers, faculty and staff. The mock interviews take place from 2:30 p.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Organizers say the mock interview session will be a great opportunity for students to network, build connections, practice their interviewing skills in a group setting, and get constructive feedback to support their professional growth. Pre-registration is required.

Students may be eligible to get a free suit to make their best impression at the event. Men can visit Suit Up Springfield, a community organization focused on providing the young men of Springfield professional attire. Women can get assistance from Dress for Success, which provides professional attire to secure employment. 

Participants can visit stcc.io/careerfair to find more information.

Interested in applying to STCC? Visit stcc.edu/apply or call Admissions at (413) 755-3333.

About Springfield Technical Community College STCC, the Commonwealth’s only technical community college, continues the pioneering legacy of the Springfield Armory with comprehensive and technical education in manufacturingSTEMhealthcarebusiness, social services, and the liberal arts. STCC’s highly regarded workforcecertificatedegree, and transfer programs are the most affordable in Springfield and provide unequaled opportunity for the vitality of Western Massachusetts. Founded in 1967, the college – a designated Hispanic Serving Institution – seeks to close achievement gaps among students who traditionally face societal barriers. STCC supports students as they transform their lives through intellectual, cultural, and economic engagement while becoming thoughtful, committed and socially responsible graduates.