St. Petersburg College continues to strengthen its commitment to Community Engagement through its fourth Annual MLK Days of Service.
SPC Faculty and students spent this past Saturday in Clearwater cleaning up the city’s horse trails. Always ready to get their hands dirty, this is one of many service projects SPC has given its time and effort to this fall and is a great example of the cross pollination of SPC academic communities. Participants included … Continue reading SPC on the Trail!
Join your SPC family as we honor September 11th & the National Day of Service and Remembrance SPC Students, Faculty and Staff will be leading and participating in a variety of events during the month of September to honor the National Day of Service and Remembrance. The events begin at the Florida Dream Center on September … Continue reading 9/11 National Day of Service and Remembrance- SPC Joins the Cause
Community Engagement Opportunities! See you there!
For over 5 years, SPC students and French students who are attending the highly esteemed Beau Institute, meet at SPC’s Downtown campus to discuss comparative politics and engage in cultural exchange. Today, the newest French scholars met with SPC student leaders to discuss the differences between U.S. and French Constitutions, the philosophical and historical origins … Continue reading SPC and The Beau Institute Meet Again!
Imagine going to the store, filling your basket with what you need, and then being told you can leave without having to pay for it. That’s the concept behind Titan’s Belly – a student food pantry for St. Petersburg College students in need.
St.Petersburg College Student Government Association (SGA) student leaders arrived in Washington D.C. this week to tour our nations capital and highlight the importance of the Florida College System. SPC students were joined by our tireless SPC Student Life and Leadership Coordinators, Anjum Perfetti from the Allstate/HEC campuses, Malena Buck from the Seminole Campus, Barbara Weaver … Continue reading SPC goes to Washington, D.C!
The Social & Behavioral Sciences & Human Services Department is proud to conclude the Spring 2018 semester with a variety of community engagement events. A timely forum & film on sexual harassment titled You Are The One starts things off on Thursday, April 19. The film will be shown at the Seminole Campus (UP303) at … Continue reading April Community Engagement Events for Social & Behavioral Sciences
It was a great day at the Suncoast Primate Sanctuary when Professor Kelli Stickrath and 30 SPC students and volunteers showed up to help make lunches for the apes, landscape and repair the alligator enclosure. Don’t worry, everyone is safe! Debbie Cobbe, the owner of SPS, was gracious to open the sanctuary to SPC students … Continue reading SPC lends a hand at Suncoast Primate Sanctuary
SPC Gibbs is launching an Educational Ecosystem. An Educational Ecosystem is a resource of partners to wrap around the agreed population of students and their families in order to make a difference in their projected personal and professional paths. The Gibbs Educational Ecosystem hopes to share resources with students and community partners. Initial partners include … Continue reading SPC Gibbs Campus Launches Educational Ecosystem