September 26th SPC will partner with the League of Women Voters to train students to register voters and then hit the streets to help folks access the polls. The League @ SPC will be meeting on September 26th at 12:30 pm in room DT 123. Please join us! . For more information, please contact Tara … Continue reading Vote! SPC Students Partner with The League of Women Voter’s to Celebrate Voter Registration Day
Hurricane Irma may have hit the St.Pete area but it won’t stop SPC’s efforts to strengthen the community. SPC’s 9/11 Day of Service has been rescheduled in many parts of Pinellas County due to Hurricane Irma but many of those efforts are now underway! Downtown & Midtown Campuses will remember 9/11 with an annual Day … Continue reading SPC back to work in the community!
Due to closures throughout the Pinellas County School system, Monday’s 9/11 Patriot Day of Service will be rescheduled for a later date in September. About Patriot Day: In an effort to take a negative and turn it into a positive, Patriot Day was established to honor courage and compassion. Just as emergency responders moved heroically to … Continue reading SPC Seminole Volunteers for Patriot Day!!—Rescheduled
Be sure to join a community conversation with U.S. Ambassador to Gambia C. Patricia Alsup from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m. Aug. 29 at The Carter G. Woodson African-American History Museum, 2240 Ninth Ave. S., St. Petersburg. The conversation will serve as an introduction to our global society for today’s youth. This event is co-hosted by … Continue reading A community conversation with U.S. Ambassador to Gambia C. Patricia Alsup
St. Petersburg College’s Center for Civic Learning and Community Engagement is leading the way for the SPC family to send hurricane relief to our distressed neighbors in Texas.
Join the Center for Civic Learning and Community Engagement, the Institute for Policy Solutions and the League of Women Voters for “Democracy 101”. This workshop will remind participants of the foundations of U.S. government and engage in thoughtful dialouge about contemporary political issues and become Citizen Superheros! Former Congressman David Jolly and Chairwoman & County … Continue reading Calling all Citizen Superheros!
Join us on Tuesday August 15th @ The American Stage Theater for a night of conversation and discussion. Dr. Robert Patterson, Chair of African American Studies at Georgetown University, will discuss how the history chattel of slavery continues to impact the domestic politics of the US. From law enforcement controversies and voting rights issues to … Continue reading Special Engagement Event: The Psychic Hold of Slavery
The blessing box is a new and organically-driven civic engagement concept that has come to St. Petersburg’s Seminole campus. It is housed in the Seminole Community Library and offers residents the ability to anonymously donate to their community. In turn, residents who are in need have the opportunity to “withdraw” resources from the blessing box. … Continue reading Blessing Box Comes to Seminole
Climate Change is one of the defining issues of our lifetime. How can we tackle this highly complicated problem? Is it possible for one individual to make a difference? Is there anything that a young Millennial can do to effect change? Fortunately, there is hope and young people can definitely make an impact. A Miami teenager … Continue reading Teen Climate Change Activist to Speak @ SPC Seminole on May 25th
Habitat for Humanity has a vision where everyone has a decent place to live and call home. Their mission is to bring people together to build homes, communities and hope. On Friday, April 21st St. Petersburg College Downtown and Midtown campus joined together to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity to help revitalize a home for … Continue reading SPC Students Building Hope