Experts from federal, state, and local governments spoke and shared educational and work experience with attending students.
When problem solving, we tend to rely on a number of learned shortcuts to help save time. But we often have more than one option.
The Applied Ethics Institute at St. Petersburg College welcomed Emmy Award-winning investigative reporter and best-selling author Sharyl Attkisson. Attkisson was joined on stage by Ethics Professor Nicholas Manias, and the two discussed topics such as media ethics and media literacy.
Interested in becoming a paralegal? The Summer Paralegal Studies Information Session at SPC has the answers to your questions. Reserve your spot today and attend the event at the Clearwater Campus.
Ethics in Action club chapters from the Clearwater and Gibbs campuses met for the first time in February.
St. Petersburg College Allstate Center will host its fourth annual Touch-a-Truck on April 14 from 10 a.m – 2 p.m. The free event will showcase different types of vehicles used in public safety careers and allow children and adults to get a glimpse into what it is like to work in public safety.
Explore careers in public safety and public policy at St. Petersburg College’s workshop for those looking to major in the field and set for March 22.
If you are interested in serving your community, exploring different public safety careers at the St. Petersburg College’s upcoming recruitment fair on March 22 may help determine your future in the workforce.
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.