St. Petersburg College’s College of Education interns recently celebrated their graduation, and although the celebration was virtual, excitement, anticipation and curiosity were in the air! Sherri Kent-Roberts, Liaison for the Office of School Partnerships, Francine Fuentes, Administrative Services Specialist, and Margaret Bowman, Sr. Academic Program Director, welcomed our amazing interns about to embark on their … Continue reading Relaxed Interns Ready for Classrooms
The Rothman Family Foundation has supported this Early Education Initiative for the last five years.
St. Petersburg College College of Education, and Pinellas County School officials gathered at the administration office on Wednesday, May 22, 2019 to congratulate recent ELITE Educator Elementary Education graduates.
Are you eligible to take an alternate route and become a teacher in a 3 semester program? Do you have a passion for education? Meet Dr. Poulin on Wednesday, November 7th at 5:30, and see if this is your future. Educator Prep Institutes are designed for baccalaureate degree holders to become certified teachers. If you have … Continue reading Alternate Route, Passion to Teach
Join SPC faculty and staff on May 2 to learn about our Elite Educator Program, a partnership between SPC and Pinellas County Schools. You can earn a B.S. in Elementary Education, receive a paid internship, and get a teaching job with Pinellas County Schools upon successful completion.
Alexander Crummell, Edward A. Bouchet and Ramona Edelin are among those African American History Month heroes honored at a Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history this February.