Come join us at the 2018 Heritage Lecture Series! Dynamic and engaging speakers will discuss race, ethics and a variety of other topics on African-American affairs. Get involved & be prepared to be challenged! Don’t miss this opportunity! The Heritage Lecture Series will begin Sunday, February 11th kicking off with Dr. Yohuru Williams at Greater … Continue reading 2018 Heritage Lecture Series
St. Petersburg College honors the spirit of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s promise to serve others by dedicating the month of January to diverse volunteer opportunities in Pinellas County through the MLK Month of Service. Hope to see you at one of these many service projects! MLK Month of Service projects Allstate Center Maximo Park Cleanup … Continue reading Take Part in SPC’s MLK Month of Service 2018
Last February, volunteers from St. Petersburg College kicked off 2017 by packing enough weekend lunches for 800 kids in need. Near the close of the year in December, volunteers returned to the St. Petersburg Free Clinic to make a difference again. Being part of the community by helping our community On Friday, December 1, volunteers … Continue reading College Staff Gives Back at the Free Clinic
Help thousands of Pinellas County residents facing hunger by taking part in Empty Bowls at the SPC Clearwater Campus on Oct. 28.
With the help from SPC, Habitat for Humanity in Pinellas County painted over 17 homes in St. Petersburg this past Saturday. SPC’s Baseball Team came out in force showing the community that SPC’s athletes are leaders who strength of character goes beyond the field. Dr. Griffith ,Associate Provost of Downtown & Allstate Campuses, … Continue reading SPC Paints the Block with Habitat!
Social & Behavioral Sciences will be hosting two community forums during the next week! One is about local politics and the other one will be about global politics. Together, we are going to get Glocal!! The 1st one will be on Monday, October 23rd. Candidates for the Seminole City Council will participate in an evening … Continue reading Time to Get Glocal!!
Students from Dr. Rivero’s and Dr. Prifti’s American Government courses competed at Seminole’s Constitution Day Event on October 12th. Constitution Day honors the signing of the US Constitution on September 17, 1787. Thus, we were celebrating the 230th anniversary of the US Constitution. Overall, students had a great time and learned quite a bit about … Continue reading Constitution Day at the Seminole Campus
Ten SPC students from the Seminole Campus had a great time volunteering at Bauder Elementary School on October 9th. Originally scheduled for September 11th, this volunteer event was rescheduled due to Hurricane Irma. Nonetheless, Patriot Day is an opportunity to turn a negative event in American history and turn it into a positive by volunteering … Continue reading SPC Seminole Volunteers for Patriot Day
Opportunities to give back to the community for Financial Aid, Hourly Wages and experience are available to you. Tutors and mentors needed in local programs America Read, America Counts and Take Stock in Children. “We make a living by what we get, we make a life by what we give.” — Winston Churchill America Read, … Continue reading Tutors and Mentors Needed to Provide a Positive Resource for Children in the Community
The old adage that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of a cure has never been more true than today. Health literacy and preventative care can mean a longer and healthier life. Having access to healthcare can sometimes be an obstacle. This weekend those challenges are being set aside by North Greenwood’s dedicated … Continue reading An Ounce of Prevention is Worth a Pound of Cure: North Greenwood Healthcare Fair