SPC’s Golden Key Honor Society has offered Hayley Millsaps many chances to help the community, in ways she didn’t even know were possible. As she moved into the role of president of the organization, she found herself not only doing service herself but also organizing service projects for student groups.
This semester, the Hospitality and Tourism communities, Risk Management and Insurance communities and The College of Business came together to offer employment preparation and career development for SPC students and alumni.
Eve Barrett, a student in St. Petersburg College’s Public Policy and Administration program, pitched the winning plan for the grand prize at SPC’s College of Business’s Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition. The annual event features entrepreneurship students who vie to become competition winners for cash prizes by local businesses and college partners.
The Career Services Department at the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus is hosting this Career Exploration Workshop for business majors and those considering a career in the business field. It is FREE and open to students and the public.
Student entrepreneurs will compete at the 8th Annual Business Plan and Elevator Pitch Competition. This is a head-to-head showdown where participants vie for big bucks!
More than 20 employers met with students at the Hospitality and Tourism Expo held Feb. 20 at the St. Petersburg College Seminole Campus. They offered insights into career opportunities as well as tips on the traits and characteristics they look for among prospective hires.
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.