Seminole Campus Student Leaders Usher in the next generation of SPC Students

From left: Students Enrique and Jennah, Career Outreach Specialist, Sandy DeCarlo, Students Brenda and Shivam Seminole Students help give tours to Seminole Middle Schoolers. Here is what they said about the day! Jennah – We volunteered here at Seminole campus for a fifth-grade field trip.  The fifth graders came to see what college life was … Continue reading Seminole Campus Student Leaders Usher in the next generation of SPC Students

Empty Bowls fills hearts for over 16 years….

Empty Bowls began in 1990 in Bloomfield Hills, MI by John Hartom, a high school teacher, his wife Lisa and his students as a way to support a local food drive. One year later Empty Bowls developed into a project to support food banks, soup kitchens and other organizations fighting hunger. John and Lisa formed … Continue reading Empty Bowls fills hearts for over 16 years….

“Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond”

Over 12 days this summer, with cameras and notebooks in hand, the student journalists explored the Midtown neighborhood in St. Petersburg through a series of field trips. Students documented everything from a drum line at a neighborhood church to a mansion being built in the heart of the neighborhood. Through this exhibit of 100 photos, … Continue reading “Through Our Eyes: Midtown and Beyond”

Get Off Your Soapbox: The Art of Dialogue

SPC & USF students collaborated for two Friday workshops on the need to foster civil and civic dialogue. SPC & USF faculty collaborated to share with students from both institutions the importance of mindful civic conversation. Workshop attendee’s focused on how divisive individual positions often typified by the proverbial “soapbox” can be and how important maintaining … Continue reading Get Off Your Soapbox: The Art of Dialogue

SPC students roll up their sleeves at the St.Pete Free Clinic

Who says college students like to take Friday’s off? Not SPC students who arrived bright and early last Friday, October 21st to help out at the St.Pete Free Clinic’s family residence. From organizing the linen closet for the multiplex home that assists families in transition to cleaning out the garage, SPC students didn’t shy away … Continue reading SPC students roll up their sleeves at the St.Pete Free Clinic

CCLCE Presents Mr. Joe Corbin: World War II Veteran & Motorcycle Escort to 5 US Presidents

SPC Seminole and the Center for Civic Learning and Community Engagement is proud to present a special event with Mr. Joe Corbin. He is a World War II Veteran who witnessed the horrors of the Nazi death camps. After returning from the war, Mr. Corbin began an adventurous career with the DC Capitol Police as a … Continue reading CCLCE Presents Mr. Joe Corbin: World War II Veteran & Motorcycle Escort to 5 US Presidents

SPC Welcomes 120 New U.S. Citizens

On September 17, 1787, the Constitution of the United States of America was signed by delegates in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. In recognition of this historic event SPC will be hosting a Naturalization Ceremony on the Clearwater Campus at 10:00 am, Friday, September 16th in the Fine Arts Auditorium. Please join us in welcoming over 120 new … Continue reading SPC Welcomes 120 New U.S. Citizens

Constitution Day Poster Contest @ Seminole

Grab your colored pencils, markers, crayons, finger paints or watercolors and design a handmade poster showing how you and your family benefit from the freedoms embodied in the U.S. Constitution. SUBMISSION Return Your Poster To: UPC 337F by September 13th, 2016 at 5pm Please, incorporate you name and phone number on the back page of … Continue reading Constitution Day Poster Contest @ Seminole