Get prepared to launch or advance your career and network with employers at the Tech Career Summit this fall at St. Petersburg College.
Cisco Systems selected SPC Cybersecurity student Ashley Rush as a beta tester for their new Cisco Certified Network Associate Cyber Ops e-learning program.
There was a tremendous response to this year’s event and the kickoff hosted a capacity crowd of guests, educators, and industry experts. It was a great opportunity for many women to learn about STEM careers from women who work for organizations like Morphogenesis, Tech Data, Florida Wildlife, and MedXChange.
SPC’s first female certified ethical hacker Amber Stone will enter the workforce to pursue her career as a white hat. Many of the college’s Associate in Science programs have at least one opportunity to earn an industry certification, in addition to an SPC certificate or degree.
Interested in earning your CompTIA A+ Certification this fall and becoming a computer repair technician? Take advantage of St. Petersburg College’s FREE program for African-American males ages 18 – 24 – PITCH.
Break into the information technology field! Learn about this hot industry at the upcoming information technology information session.
Interested in exploring a technology career? St. Petersburg College will host a Career and Academic Communities Fair on June 19-21.
The college partnered with the City of St. Petersburg’s Cohort of Champions to design the program, which stands for Persistence Incorporated inTo College, Hired. It is designed to deliver high quality educational, career, and character-development training for African-American males in St. Petersburg. Attend the May 10 orientation at the SPC Midtown Douglas L. Jamerson Center to learn more.
Programming students: Joshua Welch, Logan Metzen, and Evan Miller had three hours to write programs that solved eight quite tricky problems using the programming language of their choice.
Student competitors William Wantling, Michael Milford, James Austin, and Jason Crochunis, along with faculty mentor Laura Malave, participated in the CTF competition held at the Raymond James International Headquarters in St. Petersburg.