paramedicine: News

Sainab Gaal works on the paramedicine mannequin in the ambulance sim.
May 3, 2021

When Sainab Gaal talks about the Paramedicine program, her eyes light right up. Even though she says she’s “very spontaneous,” you can tell that a lot of thought has gone into choosing the paramedic profession.

And with good reason: Sainab is one of the first Somali women to go into the...

Bio Labs Ribbon Cutting
October 8, 2019

Amongst new microscopes and clean beakers, a group of community members, CentraCare representatives, and SCTCC faculty and staff gathered to celebrate the Ribbon Cutting for SCTCC’s new Biology Labs.

In 2016, CentraCare donated $500,000 to SCTCC for the renovation of classrooms into...

Legal Addictions exhibit
September 16, 2019

Adam Spaeth led a fast-paced life: in the Navy he worked with a surgeon on his ship, then he went to SCTCC for the Paramedicine program to become an EMT.

During the downtime during his time as an EMT, he brought his art materials and painted, something he’s been doing since he was a kid...

February 2, 2017

Posted: Thu, 02/02/2017 - 8:42am in News

An ambulance donation by St. Cloud Gold Cross to the SCTCC Paramedicine program is one way students are getting real-world experience for their careers...

Matthew Deno
February 2, 2015

“Help” drives SCTCC student, veteran

Help. It’s a little word that means a great deal to Matthew Deno, SCTCC student and veteran with 10 years military service, including 2 tours in Iraq, and 1 series of pirating patrol operations off the coast of Somalia in his history....