https://www.fox13news.com/news/414762776-video Congratulations PRC 212! For the first time in years, we had the honor to graduate all 29 recruits who started the class together! They even added a 30th member, their Honorary Graduate, Eric Piburn, AKA “The Kindness Warrior”. Eric is a 12-year old boy who has needed a double […]
SPC welcomes its newest faculty, staff and administrators to the college family and congratulates our recent new hires, promotions and transfers.
SPC discounts are available online, in person or by phone to Summer House Shows. Use promo code GOSPC online or by phone. In person use SPC ID. The Palladium’s your home for blues, jazz, comedy, folk, rock, soul and more this summer Check into our Summer House for stand-up comedy, […]
At Tuesday’s Board of Trustees meeting, Dr. Jonathan Steele, Dean of Humanities and Fine Arts, retired after 28 years at SPC. In 1991, Dr. Steele started his career as a professor in the Humanities and Music Department. SPC President Tonjua Williams presented a retirement resolution and recognized Steele for being […]
From June 11 – 14, the Career Connections team in partnership with the Carl D. Perkins Career & Technical Education Grant sponsored for the fifth year, a four-day, 30-hour training for forty-two participants from 15 different Pinellas County middle schools, and non-profit organizations. This year’s guests included new SPC Career […]
The latest round of updates for the college’s website migration project is complete, with the Financial Aid pages now fully migrated. Work on the final main section of the site, Student Services, has begun. The goal is to complete the entire website migration project by the end of 2019. For […]
Christine Garner, a Biology student at SPC’s Seminole Campus, won the title of Ms. Wheelchair Florida 2019. Read all about Garner’s journey and how she plans to use her title as a platform to advocate for people with disabilities.
The St. Petersburg City Council presented plaques for their achievement to graduates of St. Petersburg College’s PITCH program recently at the St. Petersburg City Council meeting at City Hall. The City Council presented plaques to Green and other graduates from the city’s Cohort of Champions program, which, through community partners […]
Come enjoy a story of passion, adventure, and war…with MUSIC! SPC is bringing this classic musical to life in collaboration with local high school and college students. The show starts next week and is FREE for SPC employees and students. Showings: June 28 at 7:30 p.m., June 29 at 2 […]
The year 1969 saw a momentous intersection of politics, pop-culture, art and music. Comin’ Back to Me: The Music and Spirit of ’69 invites guests to take a trip back in time through the eyes of legendary musician Marty Balin. Comin’ Back to Me: The Music and Spirit of ’69 […]
In an effort to kick-start Fall enrollment, the Tarpon Springs Campus is hosting College Information Sessions next Tuesday, June 25 and Wednesday, June 26 at the campus Career Hub. The sessions will give an overview of SPC programs with a big emphasis on financial aid. They will also highlight the […]
Next Thursday, June 27, all SPC faculty, staff and students are invited to join the SPC Center of Public Safety Innovation (CPSI) for a FREE, one-hour forum and interactive discussion on trauma and victims of crime. The workshop takes place at the Collaborative Labs at the SPC EpiCenter from 5 […]
Social Media Etiquette/Digital Dirt Workshop June 25, 12:30 – 2 p.m. SPC Clearwater Campus, LI 209 Clearwater Career Services is hosting a Social Media and Communication Workshop. Do you think you are a good listener? Listening is one of the most overlooked communication skills. Learn how to be in control […]
Troubled by your to-do list? Deer Oaks can help! Each day you’re challenged with balancing priorities from colleagues, family, and friends. To help you manage it all, make use of the free assistance available from your Employee Support Program: Errand outsourcing: Take advantage of personalized referrals to service providers for […]