Stories and Features
College makes fifth appearance on Military Friendly Schools list
San Jacinto College is now a five-time military friendly school, according to Victory Media Inc.’s annual Military Friendly Schools list.
College celebrates LGBT History Month
Throughout October, San Jacinto College will be hosting a variety of events in celebration of LGBT (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender) History Month.
San Jacinto College recertified as Achieving the Dream Leader College
Student success initiatives helping more students succeed
San Jacinto College students put STEM skills to the test
With little time, San Jacinto College students pulled off a big win at the recent Bayer Alka Rockets Challenge at the George R. Brown Convention Center.
San Jacinto College SBDC advisor earns State Star award
Shirreffs is consistently one of the most productive advisors in the SBDC network
Course series offered for electricians preparing for state exam
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San Jacinto College will offer a series of courses for electricians who are planning to take the state electrical exam.
College leads statewide committees on Workforce Education Course Manual (WECM) review and Programs of Study (POS) development
"Employers have stated in our advisory committees that training beyond secondary education is vital, and these post-secondary programs of study pathways really show that pendulum shift of the success that’s out there when it comes to an associate degree versus a four-year degree.”
A semester full of STEM at San Jacinto College to increase interest from elementary to college
STEM education through hands-on activities and events is off to a strong start at San Jacinto College this Fall.
San Jacinto College offers scholarships for students pursuing careers in STEM
San Jacinto College offers scholarships to assist students who are pursuing education and career training in the science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) fields.
Annual golf tournament still accepting registrations
Tournament and reception slated for Tuesday, Oct. 14, 2014
Shortage of middle skills workers a growing concern
The lack of workers could slow projects and even lead to their cancellation
Fall courses still available!
Second eight-week classes begin Oct. 20
Renowned guitarist’s performance a highlight of upcoming concerts
Guitarist Pavel Steidl is one of the most widely celebrated soloists of his generation
Texas Workforce Commission funds training for 195 mariners at San Jacinto College
Texas Workforce Commission Chairman Andres Alcantar recently visited the San Jacinto College maritime training center to present a $368,173 Skills Development Fund grant for maritime job training.
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
San Jacinto College campuses celebrate National Hispanic Heritage Month
In celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month, San Jacinto College will host a variety of events across all three campuses for students and community members.
Annual low-cost pet vaccination event returns to San Jacinto College
World Rabies Day pet vaccinations will be held on September 27.
Plentiful camp offerings at San Jacinto College made for an educational summer
San Jacinto College offered more than 40 camp sessions this summer for students from elementary to high school.
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"