|SEG Projects 2013 - 2014
||Description of Project
||Students will be expected to scan archival materials.
|Centers of Excellence (Math)
||There are two parts to this initiative: 1) Awareness efforts at ISD events for our degree and outreach programs and 2.) Represent SPC STEM
initiatives during external community agency events.
|Center of Excellence (Science)
||Dr. Jo Dee Duncan
||Students will tabulate/organize data from different sources and massage the data to determine trending.
|Commemorative Air Force
||Engage Aviation Program students in a service-learning environment and help prepare them for entry into the work force and provide a foundation for a successful career.
|Cyber Responders (Information Assurance and Security
||Volunteer a minimum of 15 hours a week to IT activities as designated by the IT sponsor. Need current student representing and assisting with the IT program.
||Pre-engineering and/or Mechanical Engineering students will be expected to participate in recruiting activities, complete 15 hours of service-learning activities, 16 hours of internship and volunteer at SPC events.
||The student athletes are committed to participate in the sport of their choice and commit numerous hours of practice, study and game time.
|Laboratory Technology Specialists (Science)
||The students would serve as laboratory student technology specialists.
|Certificate of Completion in Massage Therapy
||John S. Braxton (CE)
||Students provide 96 hours of community service at the SPC Golf Tournament, 72 hours at CultureFest, and 75-100 hours at other on- and off- campus activities.
||Our Phoenix program requires that all students prepare presentations and wear the appropriate dress attire, twice per semester.
|Peer Leader Club
||Peer leader/mentors have successfully guided students in transition through their critical first year of college where the majority of dropouts occur.
|San Antonio Youth Wind Ensemble (SAYWE)
||Albert Aguilar (CE)
||To provide young, talented wind and percussion instrumentalists (grades 7 to age 20) the opportunity to participate in a college-based, high caliber concert band setting.
|Eureka Science Club
||The Club fosters opportunities for involvement in community and professional activities by students of science.
|Service Learning Student Facilitators
||The primary duty of these students will be to work with the Service-Learning Coordinator and service-learning faculty members in the implementation of various service-learning projects.
|Student Government Association
||SGA officers are charged with numerous ventures throughout their tenure and would be required to fulfill at least 6 hours in the SGA office per week.
||Student Leaders will serve a minimum of 6 hours a week in the Student Life office on related projects to develop their own personal leadership skills, and to promote leadership among their peers.
|Tiger P.A.W.S Literary Art Journal Student Editorial Staff
||Student editors will be expected to critique all submissions, help select submissions for publication.
|SPC Tutoring Services Promo Team
||Selected students will promote tutoring in general at SPC, collect Tutoring Services satisfaction data, and participate in the Tutoring Services Student Advisory Committee.
|Tutoring Natural Sciences
||Expectations of students with an Student Engagement Grant would be to tutor specific content areas and help with successfully running the daily tasks.
|Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA)
||Janie N. Gonzales
||Accounting majors and other students with a business related major or related job background to volunteer a minimum of 256 hours per semester to the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program at St. Philip’s College.