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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Volunteer at SPC

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

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Volunteer Match

Volunteer Match connects you with volunteer opportunities that speak to your personal or professional heartbeat.

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Faculty Resources

Our faculty guide can help you share resources for civic engagement within academic scholarship.

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Center for Civic Learning and Community Engagement announcements


  • Volunteering graphic“SPC made community service part of my education by teaching me the impact each individual can make on others by just offering a helping hand,” said SPC student Kristy Mizzi.
  • Community EngagementMany of our faculty members strive to nurture this set of values set forth by the college, and so SPC has designated ten instructors as great examples of civic and community engagement in their subject areas.
  • St. Petersburg College continues to strengthen its commitment to Community Engagement through its fourth Annual MLK Days of Service.
  • Chikara ParksSome students volunteer for credit and some for scholarships, but for Chikara Park volunteering has always been an act of love. “Community service to me isn’t just going out to organizations and helping. It goes deeper than that. It’s going out, making a difference, and seeing the difference."
  • trail-cleanupSPC Faculty and students spent this past Saturday in Clearwater cleaning up the city's horse trails.
  • Following the devastation of Hurricane Michael, St. Petersburg College collected more than 1,000 pounds of supplies that were loaded onto the Titan team bus and transported to the Panhandle.