This Duke Energy Foundation-sponsored workshop offered the opportunity to try CAD software and learn about applications and related classes at SPC.
Students, grades 7 through 11, participated in exploratory activities at a STEM camp at SPC this summer.
MasterCut Tools Corp, located in Safety Harbor, recently donated machining tools to St. Petersburg College’s Engineering Technology department. These high precision tools will be used in SPC’s CNC milling machine located in the Collaborative Center for Emerging Technologies on the Clearwater Campus. The milling machine is used to rapid prototype parts in the Digital Design … Continue reading MasterCut Tools Donates to Engineering Technology
SPC has partnered with The Association for Unmanned Vehicle Systems International to advance the unmanned systems and robotics community in the Tampa Bay area.
“Time is the most valuable resource and, in my opinion, community service is the best way to reach those in need.” said Engineering student Emily Crkvencic, who was honored for her community service.
The new Advanced Manufacturing Lab at St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus was unveiled on Jan. 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.