Student Leadership

Student Senate activity

Student leadership at SPSCC is about representing your peers and creating resources for the campus community.

 

 

Student Senate

Student Senate works with clubs and organizations to bring events to campus, allocate funding, and acts as student government.

2019-20 Student Senators

AJ Edwards
AJ Edwards
ASB President

Marcel Mukundi
Marcel Mukundi
Vice President
of Finance

Kristina Hoferer
Kristina Hoferer
Vice President
of Clubs & Organizations

Andrew Putnam
Andrew Putnam
Senator
of Legislative Affairs

Derrick Tran
Derrick Tran
Senator
of Communications

Jordan McNair
Jordan McNair
Senator
of Diversity & Equity

 

Campus Activities Board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) plans and hosts a variety of events, lectures, and programs throughout the year. It provides social, recreational, and educational events to enhance college experiences.

2019-20 CAB Members

Faith Nitz
Faith Nitz
Event Coordinator

Celeuca Muianga
Celeuca Muianga
Event Coordinator

Crystal Hearitige
Crystal Hearitige
Event Coordinator

Hannah Tran
Hannah Tran
Event Coordinator

Jake Olson
Jake Olson
Event Coordinator

 

The Sounds Student Newspaper

The Sounds is an independently organized news service run by students at SPSCC. The Sounds produces its own news stories and publication and also accepts submissions from students, staff, faculty, and the community. Want to see your own work in The Sounds? Send your story ideas, photography, articles, or other work to editor@soundsnews.com.

2019-20 The Sounds Staff

Kaitlyn Kinnard
Kaitlyn Kinnard
Editor-in-Chief

Juan Cuestas
Juan Cuestas
Reporter

Adam Andres
Adam Andres
Reporter

Aiysah Hassan
Aiysah Hassan
Reporter

 

Emerging Leader Series

The Office of Student Life is excited to bring back the Emerging Leader Series for the 2019-20 school year. The series delivers transferable skills to students by empowering them to become better leaders within themselves and the community.

2019-20 Topics & Schedule

As students begin to engage in this series, students will:

  • Learn skills to communicate effectively to express themselves, develop relationships and manage conflicts.
  • Learn to identify and apply basic leadership theory and application by completing a pre- and post-test in relation to leadership skills.
  • Complete activities to demonstrate these competencies during our training sessions.

Workshop Schedule and Topic Areas:

Fall 2019

  • October 3, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Intro to Leadership Theory – Jadon Berry - Register Here
  • October 17, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Understanding of Self as a Leader – Jen Manley - Register Here
  • November 7, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Group Development & Team Dynamics – Dave Pelkey
  • November 14, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Understanding Privilege: Exploring Bias, Micro-aggressions and Intersectionality - Linda Villegas Bremer

Winter 2020

  • January 16, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Conflict Management - Parfait Bassale
  • January 30, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Ethical Decision Making – Robert Lane
  • February 13, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Transferable Skills: How to market your experience - Sally, Torrence, Sarah
  • February 27, 1:00-3:00 pm, in 27-119 - Community Engagement: How to make meaningful connections - Shannon Glenn