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TWC awards TSC $90K for summer camps

summer-campThe Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) awarded Texas Southmost College (TSC) a $90,000 Governor's Summer Merit Program grant to provide summer youth camps that focus on science, technology, engineering and math (STEM).

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Auto Body Repair Technology student awarded $1,500 tool grant
Texas Southmost College (TSC) Auto Body Repair Technology student German Escobar was awarded $1,500 from the Collision Repair Education Foundation Hire Our Heroes Veteran Tool Grant on April 25, 2017. From left to right, TSC Auto Body Repair Technology Instructor Donald Wilt, Jr., 3M Representative Fernando De la Garza, TSC Auto Body Repair Technology student German Escobar, O’Reilly Auto Parts representative Juan Guzman and TSC Auto Body Repair Technology Instructor Isidro Cedillo.Texas Southmost College (TSC) Auto Body Repair Technology student German Escobar was awarded $1,500 from the Collision Repair Education Foundation Hire Our Heroes Veteran Tool Grant on April 25, 2017. From left to right, TSC Auto Body Repair Technology Instructor Donald Wilt, Jr., 3M Representative Fernando De la Garza, TSC Auto Body Repair Technology student German Escobar, O’Reilly Auto Parts representative Juan Guzman and TSC Auto Body Repair Technology Instructor Isidro Cedillo.

Texas Southmost College (TSC) Auto Body Repair Technology student German Arnulfo Escobar was the recipient of a $1,500 Collision Repair Education Foundation Hire Our Heroes Veteran Tool Grant.

Last Updated on Thursday, 11 May 2017 15:12
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TSC to offer online courses

Texas Southmost CollegeTexas Southmost College (TSC) announced that it will offer online courses for classes beginning in fall 2017.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 10 May 2017 14:23
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SACSCOC closes complaints against TSC

TSC-General-News-imageTexas Southmost College announced that the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has closed the complaints filed against TSC last fall.

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BISD students learn about career opportunities at TSC-hosted expo
In partnership with the Brownsville Independent School District, Brownsville Economic Development Council, Workforce Training Cameron, Texas Southmost College hosted the Heavy Metal Tour and Manufacturing Expo on April 27, 2017 at the TSC ITEC Center in Brownsville, Texas. From left, BEDC Interim President Jose Herrera, Workforce Solutions Executive Director Pat Hobbs, City of Brownsville Assistant City Manager Michael Lopez, TSC Vice President of Student Services and Director of Admissions Alejandro Salinas, BISD Career and Technical Education Interim Administrator Adrian Dorsett and TSC Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Workforce Training Melinda Rodriguez.In partnership with the Brownsville Independent School District, Brownsville Economic Development Council, Workforce Training Cameron, Texas Southmost College hosted the Heavy Metal Tour and Manufacturing Expo on April 27, 2017 at the TSC ITEC Center in Brownsville, Texas. From left, BEDC Interim President Jose Herrera, Workforce Solutions Executive Director Pat Hobbs, City of Brownsville Assistant City Manager Michael Lopez, TSC Vice President of Student Services and Director of Admissions Alejandro Salinas, BISD Career and Technical Education Interim Administrator Adrian Dorsett and TSC Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Workforce Training Melinda Rodriguez.

Before an audience of over 200 Brownsville Independent School District (BISD) high school students, on behalf of the City of Brownsville, Assistant City Manager Michael Lopez proclaimed April 27 Brownsville Manufacturing Day to kick off the second part of the Heavy Metal Tour & Manufacturing Expo at the Texas Southmost College (TSC) ITEC Center.

Last Updated on Tuesday, 02 May 2017 14:51
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