Get Inspired at SPC’s Creative Career Summit

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St. Petersburg College’s Arts, Humanities & Design Community will host its first Creative Career Summit this month – an event for both students and the public that explores careers in creative fields.

St. Petersburg College’s Career and Academic Communities offer a way for students to make connections within their areas of interest for careers and continuing education. The Oct. 19 Creative Career Summit will provide attendees with valuable information and exposure to local employers and non-profit organizations.

Creative Career Summit breakout sessions

Creative Career SummitInterested students, alumni, or students currently enrolled in Associate of Arts or Associate of Science programs in these areas, and the public should plan to attend the variety of engaging and informative breakout sessions at this event.

Those sessions will cover topics such as:

  • Disney Information session
  • How to present yourself to clients
  • Economic impact of the arts
  • Panel discussion with new and veteran music teachers

….and more!

Keynote speaker Al Pitrelli

The event will feature keynote speaker Al Pitrelli, Music Director of Trans-Siberian Orchestra.

Pitrelli has been a highly sought-after recording and performing guitarist since breaking into the NYC session scene in 1985. He has earned 32 Gold and Platinum records for his work, both as a member of several bands as well as a session player with artists including Alice Cooper, David Lee Roth, Michael Bolton, Celine Dion, Taylor Dayne, Dee Snider, Savatage, and Megadeth.

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Arts, Humanities and Design degrees at SPC

SPC has built a long tradition of educating students in all areas of the arts, including studio art, photography, digital and graphic arts, theater, dance, music and the music and entertainment industry.

Learn more about the variety of programs at the college.

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