HOUSTON (Oct.2012) – The Houston Community College 2012 State of the College Address was held at the Junior League of Houston, 1811 Briar Oaks Lane from 7:30 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. Friday, Oct.19.
Dr. Mary S. Spangler, HCC chancellor, will address the impact HCC is having on the citizens of the Greater Houston Area, the city and its economy. Houston Community College continues to transform the expectations of education by enriching the region with record numbers of qualified and highly educated students and by being the number one developer in Houston of workforce-ready candidates. HCC keeps Houston working.
Houston is the most economically viable city in the country and depends on a strong and job-relevant community college like HCC. Houston Community College’s graduates contribute to the social and economic well-being of our communities and gain improved lifestyles and increased earnings. The community benefits from better job and investment opportunities, higher business revenues and the economic contributions of HCC’s students and alumni.
Houston Community College prepares students for the technological challenges and changes of the future. The jobs in the fastest-growing and highest-paying segments of the new economy require education or technical training beyond high school. HCC is vital to our community’s continued success. The college is proud to play an essential role in the education and training of our students and in the transformative impact it has on our economy today and tomorrow.
For media inquiries, contact Lesa Spivey at 713.718.5438 or email@example.com. To register to attend the State of the College address, or for general information, visit hccsfoundation.org.
About HCC HCC is one of the country’s largest singly-accredited, open-admission, community colleges offering associate degrees, certificates, workforce training and lifelong learning opportunities for 75,000 students each semester. HCC is composed of six colleges that serve the greater Houston area’s diverse communities by preparing individuals to live and work in today’s increasingly international and technological society. To learn more go to hccs.edu.
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