Houston Community College’s Child Development program has been named the best in the nation among two-year colleges by EduMed.org, an online resource for students seeking higher affordable and flexible education programs.
Houston Community College Trustees Dr. Cynthia Lenton-Gary and Dr. Adriana Tamez have been named among the Top 30 Influential Women of Houston by d-mars.com. The two were honored earlier this month among a group of women who are successful in their professions and who possess a servant-spirit as leaders striving to break barriers in fields like education, broadcasting, medicine, law and government, and others.
Houston Community College was honored with the Federation of Houston Professional Women Sheri L. Parrack Diversity Excellence Award for 2022. The honor, announced at a recent gala, recognizes outstanding efforts in promoting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the organization by including or involving people from a range of different social and ethnic backgrounds and of different genders, sexual orientations and backgrounds.
HCC galvanizes input from business, economic leaders to help inform the college’s long-term workforce preparedness plans
HCC Chancellor Cesar Maldonado, Ph.D., P.E., met with 39 key leaders from business, industry and economic development at HCC’s West Houston Institute recently to launch a new collaboration focused on addressing the region’s long-term workforce training needs. The meeting was the first of the newly formed Chancellor’s Business Champions Council (CBCC) and represented some of the largest employers in the Houston metropolitan area.
The Houston Community College Foundation Board has elected six new members to serve three-year terms. The HCC Foundation supports HCC in attracting and educating Houston-area students who embody the desire and dedication to learn, including many nontraditional students and those who have traditionally faced barriers to higher education.
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