Student Engagement Grants

Student Engagement Grant (SEG)

St. Philip's College is looking for excellent students who want challenging and rewarding extracurricular experiences while pursuing 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.

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SEG Projects

Alamo Institute Student Leaders

Project Manager: Dr. Angela McPherson Williams
Phone: 210-486-2135
Email: awilliams284@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Leadership

Description: The Student Leaders gain valuable knowledge and experience by working with the Alamo Institute leads to contact students, plan events, and forward information to the students.

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Collegiate 100

Project Manager: John Martin
Phone: 210-486-2241
Email: jmartin139@alamo.edu

Focus: Peer Mentoring

Description: Project aligns student success with the minority male initiatives at SPC.

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Cyber Tigers

Project Manager: Reynaldo Sanchez, Jr.
Phone: 210-486-2104
Email: rsanchez710@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Engagement 

Description: The SPC Cyber Tigers works within SPC & community to advocate the importance of cybersecurity.  

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Extramurals Sports Program

Project Manager: Dr. Angela McPherson Williams
Phone: 210-486-2135
Email: awilliams284@alamo.edu

Focus: Sports Activites

Description: Recipients manage budget, recruit, do paperwork and lead health and wellness.

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Peer INRW Tutoring-Reading & Writing

Project Manager: Monique Johnson-Dixon
Phone: 210-486-2224
Email: mjohnson8@alamo.edu

Focus: Tutoring

Description: Assist with Developmental English and Reading students.

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SPC QEP Ethical Decision-Making Reading Buddies

Project Manager: Irene Young
Phone: 210-486-2391
Email: iyoung@alamo.edu

Focus: 

Community Engagement in SPC QEP Ethical Decision-Making

Description: Students are required to write a children's book using the SPC-QEP 4 step ethical decision-making process, to identify an ethical issue, values, and perspectives of characters involved in the story!

Submit completed applications to Irene Young at iyoung@alamo.edu and Kelli Rolland-Adkins at krolland-adkins@alamo.edu.

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QEP Spirit Day Scenarios

Project Manager: Dr. Angela McPherson Williams
Phone: 210-486-2135
Email: awilliams284@alamo.edu

Focus: Support Ethical Decision-Making

Description: Managers will lead the effort for enhancing opportunities for student activities.

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SPC Community Garden

Project Manager: Kathy White, PhD
Phone: 210-486-2755
Email: kwhite@alamo.edu

Focus: Civic Engagement

Description: Manage community garden, aquaponics, hydroponics

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Spirit & Pride Crew

Project Manager: Dr. Angela McPherson Williams
Phone: 210-486-2135
Email: awilliams284@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Engagement

Description: The Spirit and Pride Crew will plan, develop and implement campus activities and programs.

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Stinson Air Museum

Project Manager: David Weaver
Phone: 210-486-7169
Email: dweaver@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Academic Development

Description: Students will be able to apply skills learned during training in real time opportunities to maintain and preserve historically significant aircraft and equipment. This initiative will engage Aviation Program students in a service-learning environment and help prepare them for entry into the workforce and provide a foundation for a successful career.

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Student Government Association (SGA)

Project Manager: Dr. Angela McPherson Williams
Phone: 210-486-2135
Email: awilliams284@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Government

Description: Represent students with administration and improve communication

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Tiger PAWS (Personal Academic Writing Space)

Project Manager: Jamie Miranda
Phone: 210-486-2722
Email: jmiranda58@alamo.edu

Focus: Literary art Journal

Description: Provide leadership for all aspects of the literary journal, Tiger PAWS (Personal Academic Writing Space).

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Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA)

Project Manager:Kenneth Bankston
Phone:210-941-9214
Email: kbankston@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Academic Development

Description: Assisting in the preparation of income tax returns for clients and to assist VITA site director to abide IRS requirements/standards.

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Café 1898

Project Manager: Keewanne Taylor
Phone: 210-486-2328
Email: ktaylor43@alamo.edu

Focus: Student Leadership

Description: Students will operate Café 1898 for student curricular experience. This will provide an opportunity to engage students in some co-curricular food production and service activities to strengthen the skills they develop in classes.

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COE Science SIA/SRA

Project Manager: Jo Dee Duncan-Mosier, Ph.D.
Phone: 210-486-7121
Email: jduncan36@alamo.edu

Focus: Tutoring

Description:The Center of Excellence for Science (COE Science) will engage St. Philip’s College students in motivational Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) outreach programs and activities that provides opportunities for positive outcome expectations.

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