The new Advanced Manufacturing Lab at St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus was unveiled on Wednesday, January 16 thanks to the State of Florida, Department of Economic Opportunity Florida Job Growth Workforce Training Grant.
Through a grant from the National Science Foundation, ten Biomedical Engineering Technology students attended the two day long Florida Biomedical Society Symposium.
SPC Engineering Technology students recently were treated to behind-the-scenes tours in local industry by SPC advisory committee members.
Manufacturing Month 2018 is held in October, and St. Petersburg College will take part with its own Manufacturing Week Oct. 1 – 7 with FREE open house and career exploration events, open to both the public and students.
Attend St. Petersburg College’s Engineering Career Exploration Workshop on Feb. 20 for those looking to major in the field and to learn more about careers for engineering majors. During the first part of our workshop, we will be joined by local engineers John Kennedy, Sr. Principal Systems Engineer at Raytheon, and Ann Garcia, Sr. Principal Software Engineer at General Electric Aviation.
Gerald A. Lawson, O.S. Williams, Elijah Mccoy, Mary Winston Jackson, and Valerie Thomas are among those African American History Month heroes honored at a Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history in February.
St. Petersburg College’s Engineering, Manufacturing, and Building Arts program is participating in the National Engineers Week by offering several events open to both the public and current SPC students.
Explore the world of medical technology and learn how to increase your technical skills as a Biomedical Engineering Technician at the Feb. 19 Biomedical Engineering Technology Open House.
Are you a Minecraft mason? A Lego maniac? You could win $200 in the Titan Robotics Automation Challenge Lego Design & Build Competition! Design and build a building that is representative of St. Petersburg College out of Legos.
The Workforce Institute at St. Petersburg College is expanding its Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS) or drone training program with drone certification training at the college’s Tarpon Springs Campus in northern Pinellas County starting in mid-January.