On April 2, the Aspen Institute's College Excellence Program announced that Palo Alto College was named a Rising Star award winner of the 2019 Aspen Prize for Community College Excellence, the nation's signature recognition of high achievement and performance among America's community colleges.
April became National Volunteer Month as part of President George H. W. Bush’s 1000 Points of Light campaign in 1991.
CTN Director of Publications and Special Projects, Rafael Castillo’s bibliographic essay on “Chicano Literature” will be published on the Oxford University Press’ international website for scholars and laypersons.
Stacy Ybara, CTN’s Director of Student Engagement, completed the Master Teacher Certificate Program sponsored by St. Phillip’s College and the Alamo Colleges.
Catch the Next’s Annual Board Meeting will be held June 6th in Austin.
HISPANIC OUTLOOK RANKS SAN ANTONIO COLLEGE AS TOP COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOR HISPANICS THIRD CONSECUTIVE YEAR
San Antonio College was listed among the nation’s leading community colleges for Hispanics by Hispanic Outlook (H.O.) magazine for the third consecutive year.
Catch the Next has received a grant from The Meadows Foundation in the amount of $120,000 to scale up its Ascender Framework for Student and Institutional Advancement.
CTN instructor, Anne Fletcher, from Austin Community College is a recipient of the NISOD Excellence Award.
CTN CEO, Dr. Chavez, PAC instructor Lisa Trevino and ACC instructor Ariel Flores conducted site visits on STC campuses on April 23-24.