St. Petersburg College Professor Christian Moriarty headed up the 2021 Annual Conference for the International Center for Academic Integrity.
St. Petersburg College’s Public Policy and Administration program is celebrating 10 years of preparing students for careers in public service. The program boasts a 90 percent job placement rate, with some graduates working in government, legal and nonprofit sectors, and others in the private sector addressing policy-related issues.
Sane Haidara, a 2016 SPC graduate, recently told SPC’s Multicultural Internal Club how he turned his capstone project into a reality in Timbuktu, Mali.
When Myriam Irizarry was a child growing up, times were very tough. Her single mom was raising her and six other children in a small shack with no electricity or running water in the mountains of Puerto Rico. Decades later, Irizarry now sits as a Pinellas County Court judge in the Criminal Division of the 6th Judicial Circuit.
Moss discussed policing in minority communities following the recent events of high-profile police involved incidents that have occurred in recent months.
St. Petersburg College’s Allstate Campus recently installed a Simulated Ambulance Rig to provide hands-on experience to our EMT and Paramedic students.
Corrections Recruit Class 102 graduated from Allstate Center at St. Petersburg College (SPC) on June 23, 2020.
Moss discussed the need for more employers to hire autistic men and women during a virtual speech on Autism Awareness Day.
St. Petersburg College’s Public Policy and Administration program has formed a new partnership, this time with the City of Largo, who will appoint one SPC student each year into their Management Fellowship program. The Management Fellowship, which pays $33,280 and lasts for 12 months, is open only to recent SPC graduates with a bachelor’s in … Continue reading Management Fellowship Offers Experience
St. Petersburg College’s Ethics Bowl Team won the first and third places in the Stetson University Templeton Business Ethics Case Competition