Explore SPC’s Career and Academic Communities June 19-22

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Career and Academic Communities FairInterested in earning a college degree but not sure exactly which degree or career path is right for you?

SPC is hosting a Career and Academic Communities Fair on June 19-22.

Held over four days at eight SPC campus locations, this event is a great way to learn more about SPC’s 10 Career and Academic Communities. During the event, you can:

  • Learn about education career options and the degrees and certificates SPC offers
  • Meet with SPC faculty and academic and career advisors from each community
  • Get a map for college success that ensures you are going to take the right courses, in the right order to meet your academic and career goals
  • Find answers to your questions

What is a Career and Academic Community?

SPC has organized 10 Career and Academic Communities that group similar majors together so you’ll benefit from advisors knowledgeable about the degrees and career options of your program, a closer connection to experienced faculty, collaboration with like-minded students and a clear path toward your chosen profession.

No matter which career path you choose, SPC will make sure you take the right classes in the right order to meet your academic and career goals.

Explore 10 Career and Academic Communities to find out more about requirements for certain degrees and careers.

Networking within Career and Academic Communities

Within a community, you have the chance to meet and network with others pursuing similar goals as well as faculty, staff and community members who are experts in their fields. This can help you figure out if the career you are interested in is the right fit for you.

Remember, networking with the right people and places is important no matter what stage you are in in your career path. So do not miss this opportunity to get to know the right people and explore SPC’s Career and Academic Communities.

Look forward to seeing you June 19-22 for SPC’s Career and Academic Communities Fair.

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