Student Profiles

Cybersecurity & Network Administration

August 11, 2022
 

Aaron Sabey has always been passionate about computers. At SPSCC, he has continued to expand his knowledge as a student in the Information Technology pathway and is prepared to enter the workforce to help others keep their devices and data safe.

Push Play with EJ Frazier

June 7, 2022
 

“Over the last two years, I have not only worked on transitioning into a career that I have always had a love for, I have also transitioned into someone who is happy to look into the mirror.”

EJ Frazier came to SPSCC in his thirties to get ready for a career he’s always wanted: Automotive Technology. At four years old, EJ was introduced to the world of rebuilding classic cars and it was love at first sight.

Loud and Proud

May 6, 2022
 

Meet Avian

Finding a place of belonging is an incredibly special experience. It’s not something that happens overnight and may take months, even years, of searching. But, when you do find that place or group of people that welcomes and celebrates you, you create connections that last a lifetime.

Push Play with Ava Ford

April 15, 2022
 

“When I dance, my stresses in life go to the side and I focus on the prize.”

Ava Ford’s world revolves around dancing. As the co-captain of Olympia High School’s dance team, she was dedicated to finding a way to prioritize both her passion and her education.

Research Your Way: Meet Alec Anderson

February 8, 2022

“Practical experience [in research] is important because you don’t get everything you need just from taking classes and doing coursework,” said SPSCC research student Alec Anderson. “Research isn’t confined to a lab. There’s a lot of different contexts you can perform it in.”

Pathway to a Certified Public Accountant

February 7, 2022
 

Peter Menichelli took accounting classes at SPSCC from 2010-11 to prepare for the CPA exam. Now, he's the owner and CPA at Menichelli & Associates, a firm dedicated to helping their clients and growing future CPAs through paid internships and more.

Pathway to a State Retirement Specialist

November 5, 2021

Jason Neto joined SPSCC as a returning student after serving in the Army for seven years. After receiving his Associate in Arts, he followed his passion for helping others and began his next mission as a Retirement Specialist at the Department of Retirement Systems.

“For the veterans out there, I know that it’s difficult once you transition out of the military,” said Jason. “You’re always trying to find that next mission.”

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