Volunteer for St. Petersburg College

Volunteer for St. Petersburg College

St. Petersburg College launched its Volunteer Program in 1993. Since then, countless volunteers have provided precious time, energy, and care to aid students and the community at SPC. Diverse skillsets are provided by business professionals, parents, retirees, and students ranging in age from 16 to 94 years. On an annual basis, volunteer members donate close to 15,000 respected hours across 10 campuses. Please read actual testimonials from our valued volunteers on what they enjoy most about their experience at SPC:

“I love being able to give back to the school that has given me so much. Helping out students that were in the same position as me a few semesters ago is extremely rewarding.”
~Logan, Tutor at Learning Support Commons

...being of service, meeting others, and seeing events/shows"
~Virginia, Performance volunteer at Palladium Theater

"I love interacting with people and stimulating their enjoyment and understanding of art."
~Kimen, Docent at Leepa-Rattner Museum of Art

“Interacting with the public on reading, sense of accomplishment in providing additional resources to the library.”
~Julie, Assistant at Friends of the Library

Find the perfect opporunity at an SPC campus.

Volunteer Handbook

Please see our Volunteer Handbook.


Yalonda Tearett

Kathy McGuirk
Senior Administrative Services Assistant

Office Location
District Office
6021 142nd Ave. N, Room 291
Largo, FL 33760

Email: volunteer@spcollege.edu
Fax: 727-341-3502

Volunteer Code of Conduct

All SPC volunteers shall follow our Code of Conduct:

  • Follow time sheet guidelines
  • Maintain a positive and professional demeanor
  • Dress appropriately
  • Observe and follow SPC policies
  • Maintain confidentiality
  • Report promptly for each assignment
  • Notify supervisor/Volunteer Services 24 hours in advance when unable to report
  • Accept supervision and/or training as needed

Volunteer Forms

Staff/Faculty Forms

SPC supervisors interested in requesting volunteers should review the following: