Student veterans from across St. Petersburg College met at Seminole City Park to run the Pinellas Trail together.
In January, Glenn Davis, Program Director for Emergency Medical Services at SPC, received the Department of Defense Patriot Award for his exceptional support of Guard and Reserve members employed at the college.
St. Petersburg College’s Community Concert Band and Community Wind Symphony will present the annual Community Connections Concert on Sept. 13, this year promoting awareness and raising donations for local charity Operation: Military Matters. Admission for this event is FREE and takes place at the Palladium at St. Petersburg College. The concerts starts at 7 p.m. Concert … Continue reading Concert Honors US Military, Operation: Military Matters
Did you know that if you are a military veteran, you likely have skills to start a career in project management within the civilian workforce?
The St. Petersburg College Workforce Institute welcomes Soul Injury Film Night and Panel Discussion to the SPC EpiCenter. No Charge. Open to the Public. To register, email WorkForce@SPCollege.edu or call 727-341-4445. Definition: A Soul Injury is a spectrum of penetrating wounds that range from traumatic to insidious that separates one from their own sense of self, … Continue reading Soul Injury Event Oct. 9: Liberating Unmourned Loss and Unforgiven Guilt