SPC Lady Titan’s Sophomore, Domenica “Dome” Zamora has quite the season both on and off the court during her time here at SPC. Dome, an international student from Ecuador, led the Titans to a Central Conference Championship and the team’s first State Tournament bid in 5 years, but she also racked up on academic and … Continue reading SPC’s Domenica Zamora named FCSAA Scholar-Athlete of the Year!
By Elena Rami Being an international student at SPC has been by far the best experience I have ever had. Everything started when I decided that I wanted to study in the U.S. at the age of 14. Many will think that this is a very young age to think about college, but I have … Continue reading So happy I chose SPC!
The Center of International Programs recently held a virtual discussion with musicians from Northern Ireland as part of the Northern Ireland Virtual Study Abroad Program. During this time, students had the opportunity to learn more about traditional Irish culture and music. Click here to watch the recording. Brian, Josie and Sean, the musicians who joined … Continue reading A virtual discussion with Northern Ireland Musicians
To celebrate Community College month, Sane Haidara, an international student who graduated from St. Petersburg College in the summer of 2016, joined SPC for an online webinar with Professor Jeffery Kronschnabl, his past instructor, Dr. Susan Demers, Public Policy and Legal Studies Dean, and Frank Jurkovic, International Programs Director to share his experience at SPC … Continue reading SPC Alum makes International Difference
They captured the Distinguished Delegation Award at NMUN NY’s virtual conference. This means that the team placed in the top 10% of all colleges and universities. We are very proud of our students for overcoming adversity and achieving this success! Thus, despite a difficult academic year for MUN due to the challenges of doing trainings … Continue reading SPC’s Model UN Team
This Thursday, Greece will commemorate 200 years of freedom after 400 years of Turkish and Ottoman Empire rule since the Greek Revolution of 1821. “On March 25, our Greek American community in Tarpon Springs and Greeks all over the world will be celebrating Greek Independence Day and the 200th Anniversary of when Greece regained its … Continue reading Greece celebrates 200 years of Independence
The Lady Titan softball team had the opportunity to play the Mexican National team on Saturday March 6th. Mexico is currently training for the Tokyo Olympics ( now scheduled for Summer 2021) and is in town to play the USA National Team. The Mexican team is made up of some of softball’s best stars- Amanda Sanchez … Continue reading SPC Softball Team Scrimmages Mexico’s Olympic Squad
By: Vy Pham I used to be a very stubborn and a quiet girl. My parents always complained to me because of that. I also received a lot of sarcasm from my relative because of my personality. However, because of my personality, I always proved to myself through my actions and achievements instead of words. … Continue reading Vietnamese dream came true at St. Petersburg College
International education week is a week where we celebrate the benefits of international education and exchange worldwide. Although this year’s SPC’s International Education Week was celebrated a little differently, hundreds of students, staff, and faculty participated in a variety of virtual activities. During the week of November 16, 2020, The Center for International Programs provided some great … Continue reading International Education Week expands SPC’s world view
SPC teamed up with Ulster University in Ireland to present an online webinar about the history of ghosts.