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Pellissippi State Culinary Arts students at the Legislative Breakfast on Feb. 2, 2024.

Experiential learning, industry partnerships on display at Legislative Breakfast

State and local legislators saw firsthand Friday the kind of experiential learning that is preparing Pellissippi State Community College students to enter the workforce.   “Students are supplementing what they’re learning in the classroom through doing,” said Pellissippi State President L. Anthony Wise Jr., as Business/Hospitality Management and Culinary Arts students… Read More »Experiential learning, industry partnerships on display at Legislative Breakfast

Pellissippi State successful in collecting donations for on-campus food pantry

Students, faculty and staff at Pellissippi State Community College led Tennessee’s community and technical colleges in a six-week challenge to collect food items for those in need. Tennessee’s public community and technical colleges annually participate in the challenge throughout the months of November and December to collect food and cash… Read More »Pellissippi State successful in collecting donations for on-campus food pantry

Pellissippi State Motorsports team members William Goehl, Daniel Goggans, Ethan Crisp, Sean Liner and Zye Pope, from left, accept a donation from Flatrock Motorsports Park's Jason Guzman, Liza Guzman, Jeremy Hale, Katherine Chandler and Tim Chandler, from left.

Driving Innovation: Pellissippi State Motorsports teams up with Flatrock Motorsports Park

Westel, Tennessee (December 12, 2023) – Flatrock Motorsports Park in the heart of Cumberland County will support student-led Pellissippi State Motorsports by allowing the team access to its state-of-the-art circuits, becoming the college’s home track. The partnership includes a $5,000 sponsorship to the Pellissippi State Community College Foundation, which Pellissippi… Read More »Driving Innovation: Pellissippi State Motorsports teams up with Flatrock Motorsports Park

A hand on the audio control panel (photo provided by UT)

UT College of Music announces new partnership with Pellissippi State

The University of Tennessee, Knoxville, College of Music has entered into an agreement with Pellissippi State Community College that provides a bridge from Pellissippi State’s Associate of Applied Science in media technologies/audio production engineering to UT’s Bachelor of Arts in music business administration. The articulation agreement — a program that formalizes a pathway for transfer… Read More »UT College of Music announces new partnership with Pellissippi State

Pellissippi State Culinary Arts students and faculty show off some of the dishes they prepared for an International Luncheon on the college's Blount County Campus in March 2022.

Pellissippi State, TCAT host Dual Enrollment Showcase for younger students and their parents

Pellissippi State Community College and the Tennessee College of Applied Technology are co-hosting an opportunity for students to learn more about earning college course credit before they enroll in college.  The Dual Enrollment Showcase on Oct. 17 will introduce junior high and high school students to the high-demand career programs… Read More »Pellissippi State, TCAT host Dual Enrollment Showcase for younger students and their parents

The second photo depicts, L to R: PSCC President L. Anthony Wise, Jr., Stowers Machinery Corporation Chairman Wes Stowers, TCAT-Knoxville President Kelli Chaney, Tennessee Regent Miles Burdine.

Stowers, Moon receive honors from Tennessee Board of Regents

Wes Stowers and the Stowers Machinery Foundation and state Rep. Jerome Moon were honored Thursday by the Tennessee Board of Regents for their longtime support of Pellissippi State Community College and Tennessee College of Applied Technology Knoxville.  Pellissippi State President L. Anthony Wise Jr. and TCAT Knoxville President Kelli Chaney… Read More »Stowers, Moon receive honors from Tennessee Board of Regents

Tennessee community college students enjoy a canal cruise in Amsterdam while on a study abroad program during summer 2023.

Pellissippi State receives grant to train, mentor other colleges on study abroad programs

Pellissippi State Community College, home of the Tennessee Consortium for International Studies, is one of only eight community colleges nationwide to receive a federal grant to develop and expand study abroad opportunities.  The U.S. State Department’s Increase and Diversify Education Abroad for U.S. Students Program, known by the acronym IDEAS,… Read More »Pellissippi State receives grant to train, mentor other colleges on study abroad programs

Gov. Bill Lee, seated, learns about the race car Pellissippi States Motorsports students have designed, engineered and built.

Governor learns about Pellissippi State Motorsports in campus visit 

Tennessee Gov. Bill Lee made a stop in Knoxville Aug. 30 to check in on the success of a grant program that has provided nearly $2 million to Pellissippi State Community College to aid in further development of vocational and information technology education.  Lee announced in November that Pellissippi State… Read More »Governor learns about Pellissippi State Motorsports in campus visit 

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Webb-Curtis leads Pellissippi State’s Workforce Development team into the future

Susan Webb-Curtis, a longtime leader in higher education, has joined Pellissippi State Community College as executive director of Workforce and Community Development, previously known as Business and Community Services.  This nonacademic side of the college encompasses everything from workforce training and registered apprenticeships to lifelong learning courses and event services.… Read More »Webb-Curtis leads Pellissippi State’s Workforce Development team into the future

A Pellissippi State student in front of an American flag and Tennessee flag in a courtroom with portfolio

Pellissippi State hosts free emergency management camp for young women

Blizzards, fires and flooding – oh my! Young women ages 16 through 22 can learn to manage and lead through disasters at a free emergency management camp this July.  Pellissippi State Community College is one of four institutions nationwide that was chosen to host the HERricane Program in 2023. The… Read More »Pellissippi State hosts free emergency management camp for young women