Activities & Events

The Seminole State AFC Chapter creates opportunities for faculty and staff at Seminole State College of Florida to grow professionally, to cultivate a sense of collective purpose, and to seed a culture of service to its community.  Throughout the year the Seminole State AFC hosts a wide variety of political awareness events, professional development workshops, community service projects, and social gatherings.

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Upcoming Events

Happening Right Now

AFC Cares / Rally & Raise 


(Ongoing)

Thank you for helping us support our community!

The Seminole State College Chapter of the Association of Florida Colleges (AFC) has organized this fundraiser as part of the Rally & Raise campaign to support the College community.

With your monetary donation, we will collaborate with partners to support students in need and plan other local community service projects throughout the year. Thanks for your support and commitment to change lives! 

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Seminole State AFC Member Survey
(Ongoing)

Help shape the future for our AFC Chapter! Share your thoughts, comments and ideas with the Chapter Board in our membership survey.

Recent Events

Legislative Update
(May 26, 2021)

Staying Informed

The Seminole State AFC hosted a lunchtime discussion on new policy developments from this year's Florida legislative session, presented by Jessica McClain, Chair of the AFC Legislative Committee.

Fundraising Baskets

Furry Friends Gift Basket

(May 5, 2021)

The Seminole State AFC raised funds for its chapter activities by raffling five themed gift baskets:


Denim Day

Staff from Academic Advising & Counseling show their support.
Denim Day 2021

(April 28, 2021)

Even working remotely, Seminole State AFC members showed their support for victims of sexual violence by participating in International Denim Day.  


Wellness Series: De-Stress, Restore, Recharge

Silhouette meditates to "unplug" from anxiety and depression.
Unplug & Recharge

(Spring 2021)

Seminole State AFC Chapter focused it professional development sessions this spring on improving physical, mental and emotional wellness. Events throughout the term included our De-Stress Sesh with Friends & Pets, the March Weekend of Movement,  Unplug & Recharge with Yoga & Meditation, and Staying Sane While Navigating Change .


Service Project: Dress a Bear & Fill a Stocking

Teddy bears dressed for the holidays.
Many-splendored teds!

(Dec. 2020)

Seminole State employees stuffed stockings and dressed teddy bears this holiday season on behalf of the Salvation Army's community efforts. Members voted online for the "Best Dressed Bear."

Crispy rice treats with ghoulish faces
Beware, spooky treats!

AFC Costume & Halloween Treat Social
(Oct. 30, 2020)

Seminole State AFC members donned costumes and showcased their favorite spooky treats in a virtual lunchtime social. Activities includes a "Costume Guess Who ?"


Nighttime cityscape with "AFC Signal" in the sky
Calling All Superheroes!

Convocation After Party & Campus Superheroes
(Sep. 29, 2020)

To celebrate National Comic Book Day, Seminole State's AFC Chapter asked its members to share the amazing, super-heroic feats of their colleagues. Suffice it to say, there were many heroes among us!

Members connected after the annual Convocation to share their interests (comic books or otherwise!) and to recognize all our campus heroes.

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Suicide Prevention Month

(Sep. 2020)

Suicide is a leading cause of death for all ages, so we urge our members to educate themselves about this epidemic; to check in with friends, family, and colleagues; and to start the conversation.

Primary Elections 101

Sample Ballot and Magnifying Glass
Get Ready to Vote!

(Aug. 11, 2020)

To kick off the new year, Seminole State AFC hosted a presentation on primary elections, with resources for voter registration, reviewing a sample ballot, and researching where candidates stand on different policy issues

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