Houston Community College’s West Houston Institute and the Urban Manufacturing Alliance will bring national, state, regional and local economic and community development leaders to Houston from Nov. 1-3 to promote urban manufacturing programs, policies and models that can creating more resilient economies.
Houston Community College is partnering with UnidosUS, a Washington, D.C.-based Latino civil rights and advocacy organization, to launch a program to help Latino students to navigate college and excel in post-secondary education. The Avanzando Through College program kicked off this fall as a 10-week course covering a range of topics to help students stay on track academically.
Music filled the air at the 2022 F2F Music Summer Camp, which drew 21 Houston-area students to the HCC Stafford Fine Arts building for an immersive musical experience. Now in its third year, the summer camp was the result of a partnership this year between Houston Community College Southwest and the F2F Music Foundation, a nonprofit educational performing arts group founded by jazz recording artist Vel Lewis.
The Houston Community College Board of Trustees is conducting a once-per-decade redistricting process to better align HCC districts based on equitable population distribution.
Houston Community College has launched a training program to prepare students for work as 911 emergency dispatchers. The new eight-week public safety certification program for telecommunicators provides the critical skills and knowledge needed for such professionals to answer emergency calls and dispatch fire, police, or emergency medical services units.
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