The Center for Civic Learning & Community Engagement would like to encourage all SPC faculty, students and staff to get involved and support the MLK Day of Service.
LEAP Tampa Bay College Access Network trains and schedules volunteers to assist Pinellas County high school students during FAFSA completion events throughout the fall and is looking for volunteers to help with this process.
Home Makers of Hope, Inc.. is a nonprofit group that collects gently used furniture and delivers it to referred families and individuals in need within Hillsborough County. They’re now getting donations from Innisbrook Resort, which is upgrading some units.
SolRelief has suspended it donation drive to assist the Bahamas after Hurricane Dorian but is looking for volunteers.
SPC is committed to helping those left in the wake of Hurricane Dorian, and many of our SPC families have asked how they can help. The answer: donate to organizations such as the American Red Cross and the nonprofit SolRelief.
SPC President Tonjua Williams opened the conference, encouraging the women to take ownership from their current position while pursuing their goals.
“SPC made community service part of my education by teaching me the impact each individual can make on others by just offering a helping hand,” said SPC student Kristy Mizzi.
Many of our faculty members strive to nurture this set of values set forth by the college, and so SPC has designated ten instructors as great examples of civic and community engagement in their subject areas.
Please see the attached flyer regarding an excellent civic learning opportunity for our students. It is in celebration of Black History Month.
St. Petersburg College continues to strengthen its commitment to Community Engagement through its fourth Annual MLK Days of Service.