How it helps with career development When thinking about a five-year plan, the thought of what you are doing in 2025 can be terrifying! Maybe you’ve just started college and you have no idea what you are going to major in. Or perhaps you are about to graduate, and the stress of finding a job … Continue reading Why you should have a five-year plan
We live in a world where convenience is instant, practically everything can be done with the use of a computer, and efficiency in the workplace has peaked. Yet, we still seem to hit roadblocks throughout the workday that slow and even halt our progress. Here are some tips to help you be more productive in … Continue reading How to be as productive as possible in 2020
SPC Workforce Institute is excited to announce that it is adding courses to help creative individuals develop their skills so that they can breakdown the “starving artist” stereotype.
Students, do you feel ready to succeed in college? There the Ready, Set, Succeed program might be perfect for you. As a bonus, you can earn a free laptop with this opportunity!
SPC’s Collegiate High School seeks to prepare their students for the world of work. Not only are Collegiate High School students tasked with completing all five modules of the Focus 2 career assessment so they better understand who they are and what they want from life and careers, but they are also coached on how to dress … Continue reading Collegiate career navigators team brings collegiate high seniors interview opportunities
Attention St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus students! Here’s a chance to learn more about some of the college’s Career & Academic Advisors, why you should meet with them and how they can help you in college and beyond to a future where you’ll be working for more than a paycheck but also for a purpose. Why should I … Continue reading Meet the St. Petersburg/Gibbs Campus career & academic advisors
Security officers serve and protect the companies they work for. They protect people against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism and other threats that could affect the organization that hired them, working 24/7 to ensure safety by vigorously patrolling or using security systems to keep a location safe. As a security officer, you must know the company’s regulations and … Continue reading Security officers – more than ‘rent-a-cops’
Post-graduation job hunting can be nerve-wracking, interviewing for your next career can be even more stressful. However, once you land your dream job all those worries become antiquated. Let’s talk about some skills for you to show off during your interview that will help you land your first job after graduation. Even though you are … Continue reading Improve your Interview Skills
There is power in teamwork and whoever said that 3 is a lucky number was right! Three Student Services departments joined forces to promote student success by holding a Fall 2015 Success Event at the St. Petersburg / Gibbs Campus. Career Services, Registration Center and the Financial Aid department are no strangers to collaborating to … Continue reading A Dynamic Trio for Student Support
Women on the Way (WOW) is now accepting applications for membership through August 31, 2015. Women on the Way (WOW) is a resource and support center developed to help women succeed in college. Many women trying to enter or return to college face time and resource challenges. In addition to meeting some basic needs for … Continue reading Applications are being accepted for Women on the Way! #careerspc