Congratulations to Tamara Gibbs, an SPC student who is on the pathway to applying to our nursing program! She has been selected as a 2018 Coca-Cola Leaders of Promise Scholar and will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The Leaders of Promise Scholarship, sponsored by the Coca-Cola Scholars Foundation, recognizes 200 Phi […]
Congratulations to the following Career Service and A&P managers for completing all or most of their employee’s Growth Plans and Performance Assessments for 2017/2018! You are Superstars! You can see your name here next week, follow the link to see how. https://spcollegeedu.sharepoint.com/sites/ocs/admin/ABS/HRDept/HRPD/SitePages/Performance-Management.aspx
Congratulations to the Suncoast Safety Council (SSC), for celebrating 50 years of teaching safe driving, motorcycle safety, CPR and OSHA training. St. Petersburg College and SSC have a long history of connection. SSC and SPC have collaborated on safety classes, SPC Professor Jeff Kronschnabl serves on the Board, and SSC […]
It’s that time of year again: Time to vote for your favorite people, businesses and services in Creative Loafing’s annual reader’s poll, Best of the Bay. You can cast your vote for Best of the Bay right here until August 29. This year, SPC is represented in several categories. SPC-related nominees […]
St. Petersburg College’s Women on the Way program was recently featured in an article in Green Bench Monthly! Read the article here.
This year’s celebration of the new academic year came with a few new changes. Formerly known as “Fall Faculty”, the event was renamed “Welcome Titans”, and due to renovations at the usual venue, the Coliseum, it was moved to the First Baptist Church of Indian Rocks. In spite of the […]
SPC adjunct Denise Fonzo, Registered Health Information Technician (RHIT), was presented with the Educator of the Year award at the annual Florida Health Information Management Association (FHIMA) state convention in July. Read more on the Health blog.
On Saturday, July 28, the SPC Midtown Jamerson Center hosted the Junior League of St. Petersburg and the Community Health Centers of Pinellas at Johnnie Ruth Clarke’s School Care Fair. With more than a 1,050 families attending the event, it was a huge success! The DTMT Provost Dr. Tashika Griffith said,” It […]
The St. Petersburg College Athletic Department would like to invite you out this Saturday, August 11 at 11:30 a.m. as we kick off the 2018-2019 academic year by hosting our first annual Titan meet and greet. The purpose of this event is to encourage students, faculty and staff, college administration, […]
SPC’s Tampa Bay Bridge to Baccalaureate STEM program (TB-B2B) put on their first summer STEM Boot Camp from July 23-26. Hosted by the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus, this four-day math and science intensive boot camp served to challenge eligible STEM students with a variety of focused activities to both remediate and […]
Come out and show your support for SPC Athletics during our second #TitanStrong Offshore Fishing Tournament. This kid-friendly event is open to all, so please feel free to share this info with family and friends. Copy and paste the link below to reserve your seat! Space is limited – there are only […]
Here are two of the frequently asked questions about this year’s Performance Review process: What if I have already started or completed my Performance Evaluation or Growth Plan? Congratulations, and a job well done! You and your employee will reap the benefits of your support. Anything you have already done […]
SPC Discovery Day 2018 is Tuesday, October 30 at the Clearwater Campus. Proposals for presentations from faculty and staff are due by August 15, 2018. This opportunity to collaborate and communicate will brand us as a stronger college better able to serve students, each other, and the community. Please use […]
SPC’s Tampa Bay Bridge to Baccalaureate STEM program (TB-B2B) held their kick-off orientation luncheon in the Silverberg room at the beautiful Bay Pines Stem Center on Friday, July 27, 2018. The orientation consisted of an information session and a panel discussion on the many Paths of STEM, which included SPC […]