Foundation for Seminole State College

Created at the request of the College's first president, Dr. Earl Weldon, the Foundation for Seminole State College is a not-for-profit corporation established under Florida law in 1968. The activities, funds and resources produced by the Foundation are managed by a board of directors, comprising dedicated business and civic leaders. These men and women serve the Foundation without compensation while contributing their considerable management and leadership skills to foster support for Seminole State.

The Foundation's mission is to enhance the College's programs and services through the development and management of private contributions and community partnerships. The Foundation provides resources that support academic excellence, increased access and vital community outreach, which assists in the advancement of the institution, students, faculty and staff.

The Foundation's goal is to increase its role as steward of relationships and funds, serve as the facilitator of opportunities, and be the messenger and model of the College's values and merit.

Alumni Profiles

Flavio Umeda Pacheco
Seminole State alumnus and Jack Kent Cooke (JKC) Scholarship winner Flavio Umeda Pacheco is using his passion and fascination concerning the intersection of business, technology, and law working for Google as a Legal Investigations Associate.
Cate Kandle in the White Mountains of New Hampshire, Fall 2018.
Seminole State alumna Cate Kandle is continuing her passion of sustainable agriculture.
Black History Month
To commemorate Black History Month, Seminole State College of Florida will host a series of events highlighted by a visit from the nationally acclaimed Soul Steps.
Gustavo Diaz Galeas volunteered at a local high school to help a faculty member teach an AP Computer Science Principles (AP CSP) course by covering the fundamentals of computer programming and more advanced topics to the students in the class using the Python programming language.
Seminole State Alumnus Gustavo Diaz Galeas is showing his gratitude for the assistance he has received by volunteering his time to help others achieve their educational goals.
Tatiana Viecco
Seminole State College Honors student Tatiana Viecco is one of only 40 students in the country to be named a Jack Kent Cooke Scholar for 2010.
Gross Indecency The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde
The Center for the Fine and Performing Arts at Seminole State College will perform “Gross Indecency: The Three Trials of Oscar Wilde” during the month of February.
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.
Seminole State College is proud to join Seminole County Public Schools and the Sanford Airport Authority as a joint sponsor of the 2019 Aerospace & Aviation Day.
From piloting to avionics, careers in aviation are plentiful and well-paying. Seminole State College is proud to join Seminole County Public Schools and the Sanford Airport Authority as a joint sponsor of the 2019 Aerospace & Aviation Day.

Contact

Foundation for Seminole State
1055 AAA Drive
Heathrow, FL 32746
407.708.4567