SPC students from the Internship Office are trained to fit your organizational needs and structure. We understand how important fit, culture and skill-level are to busy managers and supervisors. Let us help you find the talent you need.
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"Our firm is 100% behind the work being done with the SPC Intern Program, and believe it to be a monumental experience for the student to gain real world work perspectives from many types of participating firms like ours. Thank you from MWD Web Design, Inc."—Patrick at Managed Web Development
"For over three years, we’ve been working with Susan Biszewski and her team to find excellent, motivated students who desire a successful career in marketing, IT security, or IT network management. Our training program allows candidates to be surrounded in technology where they can learn quickly and acquire a valuable skillset. Interns that start with book knowledge, quickly gain real world skills working with small and medium sized companies. It’s an excellent environment to learn under the safety net of experienced engineers and become highly valuable after college. We find this relationship so positive that 40% percent of those that intern with us result in full time positions after college. SPC students are a pleasure to work with and many have received thumbs up from fellow employees and our customers."—Nate at Network People
"I found the intern to be motivated, conscientious, honest and dedicated. We plan to hire more interns in the future, and we do pay them even though we don't have to."—Tom at Logical Sites, Inc.
Internship Program Dates and Deadlines
August - December (16 weeks)
May 1 - July 1
January - May (16 weeks)
Sept. 1 - Nov. 1
May - July (10 weeks)
Feb. 1 - April 1
SPC has designed a common course outline for all disciplines that is facilitated by faculty and includes 3 credit hours of course academic credit = 180 on-the-job contact hours.
The SPC internship course is facilitated by faculty and includes:
An Internship at St. Petersburg College is a supervised, practical learning experience in the workplace that offers the student an opportunity to apply, connect, and extend academic theory and competencies to build professional skills and network. Review the checklists or course descriptions below to
determine what prerequisites and/or approvals are required to enroll in an
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