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Tarpon Club Rush

SPC Programs & Events

On Wednesday, January 21, the Tarpon Springs campus hosted a club rush for students. At 12:30pm in the courtyard, students were able to learn about the different clubs and organizations SPC and the Tarpon campus has to offer. For more information on clubs, take a look at the club photos, which come with contact information for various SPC organizations.

Clubs Represented:

International Honor Society – contact Laurel Miller miller.laurel@spcollege.edu

Golden Key International Honor Society – go to their website: www.joingoldenkey.org

Career Services – join them on Feb. 11, 2-5pm at the Leepa-Rattner Museum for a career/job fair!

Early College Club – contact Pres. Valentina Herrera lagringa.valentina@gmail.com / V.P. Kara Condie kcondie123@gmail.com (meets Wed@12:30 in PS129)

G.L.O.W. (gay, lesbian or whatever) club – contact member Samantha Wexler samantha0420@verizon.net

Latinos United club – contact Josue Isaolo (651)-334-2065 or find them on Instagram.

Environmental Sustainability Club – next meets Mon. Feb. 2 at 11am in GA 423 or contact advisor Kelli Stickrath (727)-712-5835

Veterans Services – a club meets every 2nd and 4th Thursday in Agora 2:30pm. Contact Patricia Maiolie (727)-712-5848

Chick-fil-a Deals – Tuesdays are SPC Day! Show your ID at the Palm Harbor location for a FREE sandwich with the purchase of a side and drink!

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