Professionals with prior experience in information technology (IT) may be eligible to take cybersecurity certification courses free of charge, thanks to assistance from the IT3 grant by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Early college high school to have technical, allied health focus
22 Pasadena seniors graduate with both diplomas and degrees
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Pasadena students are making history as the first graduating class of the Pasadena Early College High School (PECHS), graduating this semester with both their Pasadena High School diplomas and San Jacinto College associate degrees.
Registration underway for Summer and Fall Weekend College
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Registration for Summer and Fall 2015 Weekend College is currently underway at San Jacinto College. Course offerings range from sociology, English composition I and II to Texas government and college algebra.
Williamson named recipient of Phi Theta Kappa Shirley B. Gordon Award of Distinction
Students recently competed in the Kume International Karate Championship at the College, capturing nine medals and competing among hundreds of others from across Texas, Colorado, El Salvador, Cuba and Venezuela.
NCCER certified courses available in pipefitting, welding, and electrical
San Jacinto College offers Applied Technologies and Trades courses that certify people with the National Council for Construction Education and Research (NCCER) in the areas of welding, electrical, pipefitting, construction, and more.
San Jac Certified: construction management graduate sees education as an ‘accelerator’