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.
Build your future at the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Building Arts Open House at St. Petersburg College’s Clearwater Campus on Nov. 15. Florida ranks among the top 10 states for manufacturing and is home to more than 18,200 manufacturing companies, offering many options for those considering career options.
The St. Petersburg College Workforce Institute is proud to now offer training in Programmable Logic Controllers, or “PLCs”.
SPC professors jumped at the opportunity to participate at Roboticon 2017 at the USF Sundome, with nearly 3,000 highly talented young people from around Florida and from all over the country.
The 12-credit hour Lean Six Sigma Green Belt Certificate program can boost your career.
“This is a great program for anyone who enjoys exploring technology and is interested in working in the medical field.” – Dr. Brian Bell, lead faculty in Biomedical Engineering at SPC