Center for Civic Learning & Community Engagement

At SPC, the community becomes a classroom for students and service to others connects them with real-world experience. The CCLCE provides experiences that empower students and community members to make an impact. Community engagement is one of the college's visionary commitments and part of what makes SPC a Community of Care. You won't just find volunteer opportunities at SPC. You'll connect with experiences that empower you personally and professionally.

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VolunteerMatch connects you with in-person and virtual volunteer opportunities that help others and the community.

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Learn more about how to build your community-engaged learning course.

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Use your talents to make a difference in the lives of others when you volunteer at St. Petersburg College.

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  • Want to get ready for the November 2021 City of St. Petersburg election? Join the League of Women Voters and members of the Charter Review Commission to review the upcoming Mayoral, City Council and Charter Amendments facing voters in November! Topic: All Politics is Local: Understanding the Charter Review Commission & the LWV’s ballot review … Continue reading All Politics is Local!
  • Spanning 86 acres in the middle of St. Pete, the Tropicana Field Site is being considered for redevelopment. The City of St. Petersburg and HKS Architects developed two conceptual master plans for the redevelopment of the site, one including a baseball stadium and one without. This is a once-in-a-generation chance to create new opportunities for … Continue reading What Will Happen to the Trop?
  • SPC’s Center for Civic Learning & Community Engagement (CCLCE) wants to honor your service hours. Please remember to log all volunteer and civic education hours under the ENGAGE FOR CHANGE survey link found under “Log Volunteer Hours” tab here: Thank you for being part of the SPC family and contributing to the civic health … Continue reading Your SERVICE counts!
  • Five students stand on a beach holding clean-up buckets.St. Petersburg College's Tarpon Springs Phi Theta Kappa chapter gave their time to help sea birds at the Seaside Seabird Sanctuary in Indian Rocks Beach.