SFCC Employee Retires
Rebecca Rousch, director, community education, retired from South Florida Community College on April 19 and received her retirement resolution at the April District Board of Trustees meeting. After accepting her retirement resolution from Dr. Norman L. Stephens Jr., South Florida Community College president, and the District Board of Trustees during the meeting, Rousch said, “It was a good season that has now ended. Thank you for the great opportunity to serve the college and the community.”
She began her career with South Florida Community College in 1999 as a Career Manager in the WAGES program working with Heartland Workforce Investment Board clients. She became the Assistant Coordinator for Youth Programs, and then Community Education Coordinator before being named department director. During her time with SFCC, Rousch served for several years as the FACC Ways and Means chair, an usher for the Artist Series, and a MOFAC docent from 2008-2010. She is a MOFAC Founder and has generously supported the SFCC Foundation, Inc. for many years.
During her retirement, Rousch plans to indulge in her hobbies of reading, hiking, kayaking, canoeing, and fishing, along with visiting estate sales and antiquing.