Shortage of middle skills workers a growing concern
The lack of workers could slow projects and even lead to their cancellation
Renowned guitarist’s performance a highlight of upcoming concerts
Guitarist Pavel Steidl is one of the most widely celebrated soloists of his generation
San Jacinto College to host career fair
“Our goal is to promote lifelong career development and help our community grow.”
San Jacinto College facility earns prestigious APEX Award
The APEX Award is the most significant commendation a construction company can receive in the Houston market
Annual low-cost pet vaccination event returns to San Jacinto College
World Rabies Day pet vaccinations will be held on September 27.
San Jacinto College graduate to appear on national Hispanic College Quiz Show
"She knows first-hand about obstacles faced by Latinos, and she has wisdom and maturity beyond her years"
It’s not too late to enroll for Fall classes at San Jacinto College
2nd 8-week classes begins Monday, Oct. 20
San Jacinto College to open melodrama Sept. 3
“Dirty Work at the Crossroads” will feature humor, suspense, and plenty of action
San Jacinto College helping to fill ‘skills gap’
Middle-skills jobs are in high demand, and San Jacinto College is stepping up to train the workforce.
TWC awards grants for welder and pipefitter training and maritime program
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) has awarded two grants to San Jacinto College for training in the areas of maritime and craft trades.
Breaking down barriers: College continues to make STEM tangible
San Jacinto College continues to bring STEM to the next generation
San Jacinto College has $813.4 million impact on local economy
College’s effect equals 2 percent of region’s economy
Union Pacific Railroad Foundation donates to support student scholarships
Donation will help 20 students attend college
Spanish culture and flamenco flair return to San Jacinto College
The 2014 Houston Spanish and Flamenco Festival (HSFF) returns to San Jacinto College May 27 – May 31.
Wigginton named to Texas Chiropractic College Board of Regents
TCC selects provost to serve on Board
Locks of Love a family tradition
Every two years, sisters Marina Keith and Crystal Almaraz donate their hair to Locks of Love. This year, that tradition is continuing with Almaraz’s four-year-old daughter Destiny.
Dance faculty to be highlighted at annual Spring concert event
South Campus dance department will present “Spring into Dance” on April 25 and 26.
Locks of Love returns to San Jacinto College
Locks of Love and San Jacinto College will host their annual “Share Your Hair” event on April 14 and 15 at the South Campus cosmetology salon.
San Jacinto College joins ExxonMobil Community College Petrochemical Initiative at Houston Rodeo
Learn about career opportunities in the petrochemical and construction trades fields at the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo
Chinese New Year celebration provides fun and facts on benefits of Mandarin fluency
The San Jacinto College South Campus office of student life recently held a Lunar New Year Celebration event to entertain students on a different cultural aspect of celebrating the New Year, along with presenting facts about the benefits of learning Mandarin Chinese.