Three St. Petersburg College alumni are among Pinellas County Schools’ Outstanding Emerging Teachers.
SFEA provides allows students to be involved in a professional organization prior to beginning their careers as educators.
St. Petersburg College welcomed 24 pre-service teachers to SPC’s College of Education Final Internship Orientation.
The Rothman Family Foundation has supported this Early Education Initiative for the last five years.
St. Petersburg College’s (SPC) Educator Preparation Institute (EPI) is a three-semester program which leads to Florida’s Professional Educator’s Certificate. Anyone with a Bachelor’s Degree or higher is eligible for entry to the EPI Program, which leads to certification in many educational areas, including: Elementary Education Exceptional Student Education Art Music Business Math Science Social Studies English … Continue reading Educator Prep Institute designed for baccalaureate degree holders to become certified teachers
If you have a Bachelor’s Degree and are considering a career as a teacher, SPC has the perfect program for you!
Excitement is in the air as St. Petersburg College Education interns approach graduation in December. Opportunities abound as our students seek employment in the field they love, and they will certainly make a difference. SPC students are sought by many school districts for teaching positions because they are some of the best, and their passion … Continue reading College of Education Career Seminar Readies Interns for Employment
The following is an inspirational story told by one of our SPC College of Education students that speaks to her love of reading and the powerful influence she will have as an educator. Uncle George instantly became an inspiration to me and my future classroom. It started as a usual Saturday morning, a late snooze … Continue reading A Classroom Library for the Love of Reading
Final interns from the College of Education, attended the 2019 -2020 spring seminar hosted by the Office of School Partnerships at the Clearwater Campus this past session. Networking makes this is a favorite seminar among the final interns since they have an opportunity to meet representatives from the school districts who are responsible for hiring … Continue reading “Pay Off” for College of Education Interns
The Juvenile Welfare Board provides scholarships to students in the Early Childhood AS degree program and to B.S. Ed Studies Preschool degree students who work in a licensed professional Early Childhood setting in Pinellas County. The upcoming scholarship due date is JUNE 21st. The Impact of a Scholarship Scholarships help to lessen the impact of rising … Continue reading Scholarships Make a Difference