Mid-Valley Ascender students have taken part in a number of March campus events.
SAC Ascender students enjoyed pizza and soda for lunch in the Moody Learning Center.
Mid-Valley CTN Instructor Esmeralda Macias started a “Where Are They Now?” series to be posted on the Ascender club’s website.
ACC students had the opportunity to participate in two events to help them prepare for their college and career plans.
Student Activities Specialist, Alex Resendez, organized a softball game at STC Starr Campus as part of the Student Leadership Academy workshops.
This year, The Minds of Power and Creation, a non-profit based in Houston received multiple nominations from both the Austin and Houston areas for Grant E. Loveless for Activist of the Year and Influencer of the Year.
ACC Catch the Next Society started their three-day fundraiser for the SAFE Alliance on Tuesday, March 26th and the 28th was the last day.
Ascender ACC held their annual Motivational Conference, titled “Stolen Education” on February 8th, at the Eastview Campus in the multipurpose room, where more than 100 students, teachers, and mentors gathered to watch a documentary by UTSA professor Enrique Aleman.
At Austin Community College, ACC Student Leader and Interim Secretary and Community Liaison for Black Student Success Committee, Grant Loveless, coordinated black history month events with the BSSC and other student-led organizations (Black Minds Empowered, Austin Community Corps of Engineers, SWAP (Students With A Purpose) and ACC’s Student Government Association).
Sebastian Huerta, former PAC CTN club president, became a member of the San Antonio Police Department on February 22.