Catch the Next was one of six organizations which were awarded funds in the Trellis Foundation’s first-ever micro-grant award cycle.
CTN hosted the second in its series of professional development trainings for new and returning Ascender instructors on October 16.
Erin Doran, CTN Director of Research and Evaluation, along with Paul Hengesteg and Dian Squire, published an article titled “Developing Racial Justice Allies in an Online Graduate Workshop Centering Latinx Students” on October 14 in Innovative Higher Education.
CTN peer mentor, Victor Saenz, Chair of the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy at the University of Texas at Austin, moderated the second session titled “Education,” at ACL Fest 2020’s Make Change initiative which was hosted by actor Matthew McConaughey.
Rafael Castillo, CTN Director of Publications and Special Projects, and Lillian Huerta, ACC Ascender instructor, were recently featured in #NISODProfiles.
Austin Community College District has joined Google’s first federally registered apprenticeship program through the Department of Labor.
“Power at the Pass: The Don Shapiro Story,” by CTN peer mentor, Valentin Sandoval, tells the true story of a young New Yorker who came to El Paso and helped transform it socially and economically.
Erin Doran, CTN Director of Research and Development, was one of the speakers in a panel discussion sponsored by UTSA First-Gen and Transfer Center on October 1st at 1 pm.
CTN peer mentor, Sergio Troncoso’s book, A Peculiar Kind of Immigrant’s Son, won first place for Best Collection of Short Stories (English/Bilingual) at the International Latino Book Awards.
CTN will host the second in its series of professional development trainings for new and returning Ascender instructors on October 16 beginning at 9am.