Clark’s free workshop, offered by St. Petersburg College, will be held at the college’s Downtown Campus on August 30, 2017, from 1- 2 p.m. in room DC-210. Clark is a writer and editor, and has been a teacher of writing to students of all ages since 1979. He recently retired from the Poynter Institute, where he started out as their first full-time faculty member, then retired as vice president and senior scholar.
Two students who took part in this summer’s Career and Academic Communities Fair share their takeaways. One even chose a major after attending!
SPC’s student newspaper, The Sandbox News, recently won five journalism awards from the Florida Society of News Editors, tying with USF’s Oracle for the most amount of awards received.
Explore communications degrees and careers at St. Petersburg College’s Career and Academic Communities Fair June 19-22. Held on eight campus locations over four days, you can pick the date and location that work best for you.
Sign Language Interpreting Program graduates once again visited Gallaudet University in Washington in October.
Award winning author and St. Petersburg College Professor Emeritus Gabriel Horn will speak at the Nov. 14 author event at the Mirror Lake Public Library.
Take the opportunity to hear from David Brooks – one of today’s savviest journalists and television/radio commentators – and to help provide scholarships for St. Petersburg College students! SPC students, faculty and friends are invited to join the SPC Foundation on Wednesday, Sept. 21, from 7-9 p.m. at the Palladium Theater for its Second Annual … Continue reading SPC Foundation hosts Op-Ed Columnist and Best-Selling Author David Brooks
St. Petersburg College graduate, Destinee Bullard, made her television debut on the Wendy Williams show during an HSN internship this summer. After graduating from St. Petersburg College in 2015, with an Associate of Arts degree focusing on Mass Communications, Destinee transferred to the University of Florida where she is a senior public relations major. She … Continue reading SPC alumna lands HSN internship, debuts on Wendy Williams show #SPCInspires
When Holli Tempe was child, she loved to watch Linda Bove, the deaf actress who played Linda the Librarian on the PBS children’s show Sesame Street. She was fascinated when Bove would pop up in a little interpreting bubble during the show. Years later, when Tempe started her studies at St. Petersburg College, she jumped … Continue reading Sign language student follows her heart #SPCinspires
The Sandbox News, the official online student newspaper of St. Petersburg College, won 11 Florida Society of News Editors awards, more than any other college in Florida. The paper’s staff won every award in the sports photography and commentary categories for college student newspapers.