William H. Hastie, Bass Reeves, President Barack Obama, and Thurgood Marshall are among those African American History Month heroes honored at a Tarpon Springs Campus display celebrating African American history in February.
The St. Petersburg College/St. Petersburg Police Department Public Safety Education Program is a dual enrollment program designed to allow high school students with an interest in law enforcement or public safety the opportunity to complete college-level courses.
SPC graduate Danny Gutierrez made the ceremony for Fire Academy Class 51 a romantic graduation when he proposed to his high school sweetheart.
The future firefighters of Fire Academy Class 51 participated in their final burns on Thursday, November 16 at the St. Petersburg College Fire and Public Safety Center in Clearwater, Florida. In the final three weeks of the academy, the class battled a liquid propane pit fire. The burn was controlled by two live fire training … Continue reading Class 51 Cadets Conquer Controlled Burn
SPC student finalists from around the college debated immigration issues during the fourth annual Great Debate held at SPC’s Seminole Campus. The winners at the November event were Tracy Pham from the Seminole Campus in first place, Destiny Rodriguez from Downtown/Midtown in second place, and Madison Reslink from Clearwater in third.
The Allstate Center is hosting its free, haunted Halloween Open House on Oct. 27. Open to the public and SPC faculty, staff, and students. Participants can expect a eerie good time with each floor of the Allstate Center crawling with Halloween activities for the entire family to enjoy!
Pinellas County’s Fire Administration Special Operations Teams prepare for emergencies – getting training to handle and rescue people injured in chemical spills, tanker accidents and more – at St. Petersburg College’s Allstate Center and Fire Training Center.
Considering a public service career? Mark your calendar for June 19-22, for St. Petersburg College’s Career and Academic Community Fair.
St. Petersburg College’s Ethics in Action club collected 169 bags of pet food in their pet food drive.
Emergency Medical Technician and St. Petersburg College student Rick Washington was on hand to show guests around the ambulance, and talk about his experience at St. Petersburg College.