A hospitality and tourism management career may be a great path for you if you are looking for an exciting job that can take you anywhere. Learn more about the industry at our upcoming St. Petersburg College Hospitality & Tourism Career Expo on February 20.
Stephen Smith, James Forten, Benjamin Singleton, and Clara Brown are among those African American History Month heroes honored at aTarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history in February.
Business owner and SPC graduate Nathan Stonecipher, current Chairman of the SPC Board of Trustees, talked with SPC Downtown students about what has helped him succeed. “The education I got at SPC was critical to everything I’ve accomplished,” he said. “Going to SPC allowed me to learn, grow up a bit and sock some money away before I went off to the University of Florida to finish my degree.”
Have questions about the business programs offered at St. Petersburg College? Learn more about them at the College of Business Expo on Oct. 25! Attend the expo at the EpiCenter or online.
SPC students can enjoy free tickets to the Clearwater Jazz Holiday Event on Oct. 22.
SPC in partnership with ISM Florida Gulf Coast will host Global Trends and Collaboration in Supply Chain Management, the first event in a global supply chain management series, on Wednesday, Sept. 27. The event will feature guest speaker Tony Wai, President of ISM China.
Companies need to employ marketers who understand digital marketing because these individuals will help the companies they are employed by drive revenue and build brand awareness for their organizations.
St. Petersburg College’s Career and Academic Communities Fair on June 19-22 is a great opportunity for students to connect with other business students and faculty.
The Small Business Administration launched InnovateHER 2017 to find innovative products and services that help impact and empower women’s lives. St. Petersburg College is partnering with the SBA on the competition.
Future entrepreneurs descended on the St. Petersburg College Seminole Campus in April for the seventh annual Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition. Students competed for more than $10,000 in prize money.