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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

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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 2015 - 2016
Project Name Project Manager Telephone Email Focus Description of Project
Byrd Sanctuary Roxanne Perez 486-2882 Tutoring SEG recipients are expected to tutor specific content areas and to help with successfully running the daily tasks.
Campus Tour Guides Larry Medina 486-2804 Tour Guides SEG-funded students, in conjunction with others, served as tour leaders, hosting thousands of counselors, parents, prospective students, community and civic officials to campus.
Choral Eric Schmidt 486-2326 Music Students Students will provide assistance in renovating and reorganizing department music library.
COE Science Dr. Jo D. Duncan 486-7121 Mentor Students will provide mentorship and tutoring in the afterschool program at Ella Austin Community Center (EACC) for children from Bowden Elementary.
Collegiate 100 John Martin 486-2241 Peer Mentors Students will contribute to the Collegiate 100 centered around new students effort to promote academic success and completion and aligned with the Men of St. Philip’s College that targets minority males.
Construction Management James Chilson 486-7096 Community Outreach The students will acquire leadership experiences, hone their communication skills while interacting with the public, give back to their community.
Cyber Security Edith Orozco 486-2364 Cyber Security Awareness Students will form a learning community that recruits, promotes, assists with Cyber Security projects.
Engineering Jessica Lopez 486-2530 Student Support Student will participate in supporting, engaging and recruiting students working toward degrees in the fields of Engineering.
Eureka Science Club Lourdes Alba 486-2770 Promote Science Work to improve science awareness, recruitment, retention via school visits, etc.,
Extramurals Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090 Promote Sports Basketball, volleyball, soccer, cheer
Massage Therapy John Braxton 486-2771 Massage Therapy Students will participate in a variety of on- and off-campus massage educational experiences & opportunities for personal growth.
Math Student Success Renita Mitchell 486-2607 Math Retention and Completion Create a culture of student success by providing advising, Student Leadership activities and more.
Microbiology Keith Haye 486-2550 Student Enrichment Students will reinforce knowledge, skills, and abilities learned in the Microbiology course.
Middle College Manual Navarro 486-7015 Outreach & Recruitment Student will accomplish the following: Outreach and recruitment of prospective students at college events.
PTA, QEP Laura Miele 486-2443 Student Support Students will empower our diverse student population through personal and education growth, career readiness and community leadership.
Student Government Association Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090 Leadership Students are officers in SGA.
Spirit Pride Crew Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090 Leadership Student will plan, develop, implement and evaluate campus activities and programs.
STEM Math Community Grant Maria Rodriguez 486-7123 Outreach & Recruitment Student will be provided with access to scholarships, student support services and service-learning activities with COE Math & Science and Math department.
Stinson Air Museum Dave Weaver 486-7169 Aviation Students Students will engage Aviation Program in a service learning environment and help prepare them for entry into the work force.
Student Leaders Kevin Schantz 486-2246 Student Leaders Students will engage in the growth of the President’s Interfaith & Community Service Campus Challenge and the Better Together Campaign.
Student Life, QEP Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090 Student Support Students will assist the department in “What Would You Do?” exercises.
Student Life, Student Leader Angela McPherson Williams 486-2090 Student Support Students will gain valuable knowledge and experience by working with the Student Life staff.
SWC Tour Guides Shawnta Davis 486-7107 Tour Guides Students will provide tour guides explain services and impart SPC’s rich heritage as an HBCU/HSI.
Theater Vincent Hardy 486-2838 Outreach & Recruitment Students will assist with outreach and recruitment for the Theater program to build interest and enrollment.
Tiger P.A.W.S. Jamie Miranda 486-2680 Student Editors Students will assist as student editors and will be expected to critique all submissions.
Volunteer Income Tax Assistance Program (VITA) Janie N. Gonzales 486-2451 Community Service Students will serve as volunteer tax preparers.