Registration Opens for the 2018 Intercollegiate Programming Competition

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Registration is open for the 2018 Intercollegiate Programming Competition, which will be held in April at the SPC Clearwater Campus. Students from colleges across the state will be participating in this programming competition, in which contestants will be given a series of computer programming problems to solve and competing for bragging rights plus cash prizes.

TechCamp Kickoff Brings Together Tech Leaders, Students

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Thirty-five students from three area colleges and universities joined staff from Tampa Bay-New Skills at Work (NSAW) for a pre-conference orientation hosted recently by St. Petersburg College. This free series of workshops, called TechCamp, is the primary focus of a new grant from JP Morgan Chase and Co. that was awarded to SPC and Tampa Bay Tech last fall.

SPC Programming students engaged through wireless experience

Dean Setterlind and Professor Brad Yourth have championed the wireless, collaborative classroom experience to give technology students what employers are looking for in new hires. The new Solstice wireless Mirroring and Collaboration classroom is being assembled. The award-winning Solstice Mirroring and Collaboration technology will become a reality in CL ES 318. With a Solstice-enabled display … Continue reading SPC Programming students engaged through wireless experience

City grant program inspires college pursuits

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It has taken Quincy Youngs two years to start getting his life back on track. What’s another couple of hours? A two-hour bus ride takes the 20-year-old St. Petersburg resident from the homeless shelter where he regularly currently resides in north Pinellas Park to the St. Petersburg/Gibbs campus at St. Petersburg College (SPC), where he … Continue reading City grant program inspires college pursuits