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Getting Started in Law Enforcement

Many people have asked me what it takes to get started in Law Enforcement. Based on my career in law enforcement and my personal experience, here is what I have to offer. 604 more words

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SPC business students place first in international competition

Victoria Yore and Nicole Calle-Schuler, two St. Petersburg College Business students, won first place in the final leg of The Business Strategy Game, an international competition where students create a company and compete with other colleges and universities in a simulated global marketplace. 328 more words


Are Florida’s state colleges focused enough on the needs of the local job markets?

Sen. Joe Negron’s recently announced a compromise with the Florida College System (FCS) to refocus state colleges on workforce needs and 2 +2 system preparing students for university level education is welcome news. 477 more words


BRIEF: California Community Colleges to begin rolling out bachelor's degrees

Bachelor’s programs are set to start rolling out in California Community Colleges as soon as Fall 2015. 12 programs are already approved by the Board of Governors with three more expected to pass in the near future according to a teleconference between student journalists and the CCC Chancellor’s Office. 133 more words


15 Calif. community colleges receive initial approval to offer four-year degrees

The California Community Colleges Board of Governors met today in Sacramento to discuss a number of items, including offering baccalaureate degree programs. Chancellor Brice W. 474 more words


St. Petersburg College awarded $5 million grant to help prepare future elementary teachers

St. Petersburg College’s (SPC) College of Education (COE) has been awarded a three-year, $5 million grant from the Florida Department of Education that will be used to restructure SPC’s College of Education elementary education programs. 433 more words



Hello again from 2015!

Let’s start the year off with some interesting numbers, eh? Specifically, some numbers regarding different fields of education in the United States. 98 more words