The Houston Community College Foundation 50th Anniversary Gala at the Hilton Americas hotel raised more than $790,000 on behalf of HCC students on May 14, and Houston icon Jim "Mattress Mack" McIngvale received the coveted Crystal Eagle Award for his outstanding support of HCC’s programs and students.
A newly opened Security Operations Center at Houston Community College is preparing students for high-skilled jobs in cybersecurity, a field experiencing a critical shortage of workers.
Houston Community College (HCC) and Texas Southern University (TSU) have signed a memorandum of understanding that will help graduates from HCC’s Drafting and Design program transfer seamlessly into TSU’s College of Science, Engineering and Technology to obtain a bachelor’s degree in Industrial Technology.
HCC opens registration for courses to help businesses mitigate impact of hurricanes, other catastrophic events
Houston Community College has opened registration for inaugural courses designed to help businesses mitigate the impact of hurricanes, other catastrophic weather events and unexpected disasters, part of the college’s new Resiliency Center of Excellence.
HCC Chancellor encourages lawmakers to continue TRUE funding for community college workforce training
Houston Community College System (HCC) Chancellor Cesar Maldonado, Ph.D., P.E., testified before the Texas House of Representatives in Austin last week that continued funding through the Texas Reskilling and Upskilling through Education (TRUE) Initiative is needed to address persistent workforce shortfalls in the state.
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