Daniella is the Ascender club president. What Daniella loves about the program is all the great opportunities it has to offer and how she can volunteer and be as involved as she can. As president of the club, she says her duty is “to see what else she can help in to make the club better.”
A record number of thirty-one South Texas College CTN Ascender scholars received their associate’s degrees this December.
ACC freshman, Sandra Fernandez-Orduna, a student of Dr. Lydia CdeBaca at the ACC Riverside campus, recently celebrated the publication of her poem, “The Alien,” in the rio review, The Literary and Arts Journal of Austin Community College.
ACC Ascender scholars Cloe Llanos and Nathan Dickerson graduated at the Austin Community College Fall Commencement which took place on Friday, December 14th at the Frank Erwin Center.
Three CTN John Siceloff journalism interns are December graduates.
When CTN partnered with our three founding community colleges in 2012, we took on the challenge to help underserved students transition from community colleges to a four-year university with the end goal of earning a bachelor’s degree. Six graduates from UTRGV and one from UTSA achieved this goal this December.
At ACC, Carr was inspired to be a part of Catch the Next because she wanted to develop a relationship among her peers and professors so that her journey through college would be good experience to remember.
The Mid-Valley Ascender club collected and donated books to the Reading Club’s Book Swap. They called it “Booksgiving.”
STC Starr Campus Ascender students participated in the Relay for Life on November 3 in support of a cure for cancer. The club members donated $100 to this cause.
Amanda Rodriguez is 20 years old and finishing her third semester at South Texas College. She returns as a part of the Catch the Next internship program for the fall of 2018.