Houston Community College (HCC) Chancellor Cesar Maldonado, Ph.D., P.E., has been named to a key leadership group organized by the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) to increase the Hispanic community’s access to USDA education and employment programs.
The week of December 5 will shine a spotlight on Endoscopy Technicians and the work they do for early prevention and detection of colorectal cancer.
Houston Community College has earned one of the Houston region’s 2022 Best Place for Working Parents® designations. The recognition comes from Best Place for Working Parents, a national collaborative and network of businesses across the U.S. dedicated to providing support for working parents through evidence-based strategies. To earn the distinction, employers must respond to an online assessment that details their support of family-friendly policies.
Marian Magdaniel always wanted to express herself through fashion and the creative arts. She loved drawing, painting, violin, guitar and design, and especially believed that fashion was a great way to make something “come to life on your own.” Now, the 28-year-old Venezuelan-born, Houston-raised fashion student at Houston Community College’s Central Campus has learned that her multiple artistic abilities have placed her in rarified air.
Houston Community College Chancellor Cesar Maldonado, Ph.D., and City of Houston Mayor Sylvester Turner met at HCC’s Northeast College today to sign a three-year agreement for HCC to train Houston firefighters in emergency medical services.
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