SPC Alumnus spoke at the 15th Public Policy Leadership Speaker Series on 4/10. A panel of alumni spoke on how their education changed their lives.
On Wednesday, Feb. 27, a panel of representatives from six different non-profit organizations gathered at the St. Petersburg College Clearwater Campus to talk about about how they began doing community service with the charitable entities with which they are associated. Zelda O’Connell of the Florida Dream Center, Patricia Deplasco of Keep Pinellas Beautiful, and Chuck … Continue reading Doing Well by Doing Good
The St. Petersburg College/St. Petersburg Police Department Public Safety Education Program (formerly known as the St. Petersburg Police Cadet Program) is a high school dual enrollment program designed to allow high school students with an interest in law enforcement the opportunity to complete college-level courses in to preparation for opportunities of employment in this career … Continue reading Dual Enrollment Program Offers Career Training
SPC’s parntership with the St Petersburg Fire Department aims to sponsor high school students through EMT training, then on to the Fire Academy.
Have you ever considered a career in public service? Join us for SPC’s Public Service Week!
Long-time Allstate Campus tradition, the Gene Barr Annual Chili Cook-Off, made a triumphant return.
Thank you to all who have made the decision to serve as a law enforcement officer, and a special thanks to those agencies and officers in our community.
The College of Public Safety is pleased to welcome Chief Robert Polk as our Program Director for the Fire Training Center.
Dark Web Investigations features Karhrman Ziegenbein, co-founder of the Academy of Technology and Investigations, who will discuss the dark web.
SPC’s Public Policy and Administration Department held their bi-annual Public Policy Leadership Speaker Series, welcoming SPC President Dr. Tonjua Williams.