Early Childhood Education Students Attend One Goal

One Goal Conference representatives for Early Childhood
One Goal Conference representatives for Early Childhood Education with Anne Ryan, College of Education Chair


Early Childhood Online Students attend One Goal Conference

On Friday, July 20, 2018, we had the pleasure of hearing from some of our outstanding Early Childhood Education students at the One Goal Conference in Tampa. Representatives included Beverly Kamp, Cher Rosselot and Kimberly Shannon.  All three are T.E.A.C.H scholarship recipients.  The TEACH Scholarship supports future teachers and their mission “to increase diversity in effective teachers in Florida schools by providing professional development and scholarships.”

The Early Childhood students participated in a panel discussion hosted by the Children’s Forum at One Goal. As students living outside Pinellas County, they are completing their degrees fully online. They shared their experiences as early childhood professionals and SPC students. Each student shared their stories of juggling family and work responsibilities while taking courses in the College of Education.  Beverly, Cher and Kimberly expressed their appreciation for the support of Faculty and Faculty Advisors.

Educational Studies and Leadership B.S. degree:

gives you the knowledge and skills to work effectively with early learners (birth to age 4) and their families in both the public and private sectors. Other than some classes that have school-based hours, this program can be completed fully online. This program can be funded through the TEACH Scholarship Program.

Early Childhood A.S. degree:

As an early childhood professional, you play a vital role in the life of a child. From providing a safe learning environment to helping children grow socially, emotionally and educationally, you learn the special skills needed to work with young children. High school students can get a head start by earning credit for early childhood education classes. You can also earn credit if you are certified as a Child Development Associate.

With this A.S. degree, you also earn one of the following Early Childhood certificates:

Anne Ryan, Chair COE, Early Childhood programs
Anne Ryan, Chair COE, Early Childhood programs



For more information on Early Childhood programs, email ryan.anne@spcollege.edu or roper.pat@spcollege.edu.

Thank you for traveling to Tampa for the One Goal conference and thank you for being wonderful representatives of our SPC Early Childhood Education programs.



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