CTN held the Ascender Spring Seminar via zoom on May 27 with over 40 in attendance.
“This Associates degree is long over-due, but today I become part of the 22% of Latino adults who obtain some sort of college degree
Over 30 CTN students graduated from CTN colleges across the state.
We cannot go back to the way things were. Now more than ever, there is a critical need for programs like Catch the Next.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Greater Texas Foundation, and Trellis Foundation launched the collaborative Texas Emergency Aid Grant Program to support students across Texas public, private, and non-profit higher education institutions during the COVID-19 crisis
Ascender’s Spring Seminar attendees will be able to access some static course content by May 25 with follow-up webinars/virtual meetings occurring on May 27th.
Catch the Next would like to thank the Bank of America for the generous financial support we recently received.
Only 53 percent of Texas households have responded to the 2020 Census, compared to the national average of 58 percent.
CTN’s 6th Annual Ascender Student Transfer Motivational Conference “The Roaring 20’s: Leadership for the Next Decade” will be held on-line via Zoom on Friday June 5th from 8:30 am until 5 pm.
Catch the Next peer mentor, Rogelio Saenz, recently published a research brief titled "What do we know about COVID-19 infections and deaths among Latinos?"