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St. Philip's College Library

MLK Campus: 210-486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: 210-486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123


St. Philip's College is looking for excellent students who want challenging and rewarding extracurricular experiences while pursing their college course work. The Student Engagement (SEG) Scholarship provides the opportunity to get involved with a special initiative, meeting other students, and developing a network of professional contacts. Financial support is provided to each student. Identify the extracurricular experience you are looking for and contact the SEG Project Director.

SEG Projects 2017 - 2018
Project Name Project Manager Telephone Email Focus Description of Project
Allied Construction Community Service Gilbert Noriega 486-7096 Community Service & Recruitment Work with SAHA and Green Spaces Alliance. Recruit at middle schools.
Aircraft at Stinson Dave Weaver 486-7169 Service Learning & Career Preparation Maintain and preserve historical aircraft while perfecting skills
Byrd Sanctuary Roxanne Perez 486-2882 Tutoring Students are tutors in the natural sciences.
Campus Activity Board Dr. Angie Williams 486-2090 Create Campus Activities Provide leadership and management for campus activities.
Campus Tour Leaders Larry Medina 486-2804 Conduct tours for off campus groups Promote SPC, plan, conduct, and evaluate activities.
Chemical Lab D. Goforth 486-2435 Develop Chemistry Lab procedures Contribute to the full utilization of Chemistry lab by creating new experiments and procedures.
Collegiate 100 John Martin 486-2241 Peer Mentoring Project aligns student success with the minority male initiatives at SPC.
Community Garden Kathy White 486-2755 Civic Engagement Manage community garden, aquaponics, hydroponics
Ethical Decision Making PT program Laura Miele 486- EDM specific for PT and Health Careers Conduct a research project and panel discussion.
Extramurals Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090  Sports Activites Recipients manage budget, recruit, do paperwork and lead health and wellness.
Jessica's Project Solomon Nfor 486-2754 Leadership building for STEM students Create, organieze, execute and evaluate a science-related symposia.
QEP Ethics Irene Young 486-2391    Research for SPC Ethics Center Research and conceptualize an Ethics Center for SPC.
SGA John Martin 486-2746 Student Government Represent students with administration and improve communication
Service Learning Elizabeth Castillo 486-2473 Support Service Learning Projects Support the Director by working with classes and community agencies.
Student Leaders Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090 Build student organizations Managers will lead the effort for enhancing opportunities for student activities.
Student Life QEP Dr. Angie Williams 486-2090 Support EDM on campus Creates extracurricular activities such as "what would you do?"
Tiger PAWS Jamie Miranda 486-2722 Literary art Journal Provide leadership for all aspects of the literary journal, Tiger Paws