Operation Sacred Legacy is seeking veterans residing in St. Lucie, Martin, Indian River, Okeechobee and northern Palm Beach counties who would like to have their stories archived as part of the Library of Congress Veterans History Project.
Indian River State College will host a statewide convening on Friday, February 10, to identify opportunities for training, electric vehicle installation and other EV-related economic development possibilities across the Florida College System.
In a testament to their camaraderie, competitive spirit, and dedication to student success, the members of the Indian River State College (IRSC) women's swimming and diving team were recognized as Academic All-Stars.
IRSC has received a $1,942,959 award from the Florida Department of Education as part of the Florida College System (FCS) PIPELINE (Prepping Institutions, Programs, Employers and Learners through Incentives for Nursing Education) program.
The IRSC Treasure Coast Public Safety Training Complex was distinguished as the Best in Florida during the 2022 Fire Service Awards, held in the Senate Chamber at the Florida Capitol on December 13, 2022.
Representatives of energy companies from across Florida gathered at Indian River State College on Thursday, January 19, to discuss, among other things, ways the industry can partner with educators to empower students with ready skills for their workforce needs.
Joseph Gilreath is the January 2023 Team Member of the Month
More than 200 community, civic and business leaders partnered with Indian River State College (IRSC) staff to join with the students, faculty and leadership of Indiantown High School on Friday, January 20 to participate in a “topping off” ceremony.
Public Notice of Fee Changes
Dental students in Indian River State College’s (IRSC) Dental Hygiene program offer regular cleanings, X-rays and fluoride treatments for $50 for adults and $25 for IRSC students and children ages 2-17.