Alumni Association Benefits and News

Stay connected to Seminole State through the Alumni Association.

The Alumni Association provides benefits and services for alumni as they continue their lifelong connection with Seminole State College of Florida. It also provides opportunities for alumni to network with one another, interact with the student body and support the College.

Alumni Association Benefits

The Seminole State Alumni Association supports the mission of the College, informs alumni of campus events and provides opportunities to engage with fellow alumni. The Alumni Association communicates through newsletters, emails, and meetings. Active alumni members become exemplary ambassadors for the College, taking the institution's message into their workplaces, communities and civic organizations.

For more information about the Alumni Association and benefits, please email the Alumni Association or call 407.708.4567.

Alumni Association News

Seminole State Alumnus Pete Mangos
Nearly 20 years ago Pete Mangos, a native of Canada, joined the civil design team at Disney, but it wasn't until 2012 that he made the commitment to go back to school at Seminole State College to earn his degree.
Latifah Maasarani studying optics and photonics
Alumna Latifah Maasarani discovered her passion for studying optics and photonics at Seminole State College and has flourished in leadership roles in the STEM field.
Curtis Duren
Seminole State alumnus Curtis Duren says his introduction to telephones while serving in the U.S. Navy fostered his love of electronics and his desire to pursue a degree at Seminole State.
Brian Gonzales is the co-founder of WealthQuotient, a company that helps organizations more effectively engage the ultra-affluent through training and consulting services
Seminole State alumnus Brian Gonzales remembers his time at Seminole State College as a big turning point in his development as a student and as a person.
Gavin Schmidt has worked for the Seminole County Fire Department for over 18 years.
Gavin Schmidt has worked for the Seminole County Fire Department for over 18 years. He’s reached a point in his life where he was looking to mix it up a bit and decided to apply to be on the hit Netflix baking show “Nailed It!”.
Seminole State graduate Antonio 'Tony' Hernandez Pumarejo is finishing his first book, An Autism Unscripted Life. This is his autobiographical work about living – and succeeding – with autism.
As Seminole State celebrates Disability Awareness Month, alum Antonio "Tony" Hernandez Pumarejo, who was diagnosed with autism at age 3, says the College and its Disability Support Services office provided the infrastructure and resources to help him succeed.

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