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.
Don’t miss your chance to break into the IT field! Come learn about this hot industry at St. Petersburg College’s College of Computer & Information Technology (CCIT) information session.
Find out how apprenticeships can be the workforce solution for the IT industry at the Florida Information Technology Apprenticeship Dialogue on April 20 at SPC.
St. Petersburg College will be hosting its 4th Annual Technology Career Exploration event from 5:30 – 8 p.m. on Tuesday, April 4, at the SPC Seminole Campus, 9200 113th St. N. in the Conference Center (CC). Doors will open at 5:30 p.m., and the event, which is free and open to the public, starts at … Continue reading Technology Career Exploration Event set for April 4
St. Petersburg College’s Workforce Institute is an approved educational provider for the new Tampa Bay TechHire program, which provides grants for free accelerated training and paid work experience opportunities.
Jeremy Bresley, Systems Engineer at Cisco Systems was the guest speaker at the first meeting of SPC’s new Epicenter Tech Community Networking Club on Feb. 22.
Registration is open for the Intercollegiate Programming Competition, and SPC students are signing up for a fun-filled afternoon of programming!