The North campus recently hosted a reception to honor military veterans and express appreciation for their dedicated service to the United States. Kudos to the employees who coordinated the event, and to those who provided assistance during the outstanding ceremony, including Dr. Deborah Myles, Sharon Himes, Shalonica Cluse, and Senta Eastern.
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The North campus recently hosted an adjunct faculty job fair to provide prospective part-time faculty members an opportunity to learn about available teaching positions at each of the three San Jacinto College campuses, and to initiate and complete related documentation of teaching qualifications. Faculty and staff members provided assistance with the online application process, and answered questions questions about the College for visitors to the job fair. Shown in photo above are key event coordinators James Hall, dean of the North campus evening and weekend college (center), who is flanked by Aldia Garza, North campus administrative assistant for college preparatory (left), and Roxana Sumrall, Central campus division operations manager for math, science, PE, and language arts.
The North campus recently hosted an open house and ribbon cutting to mark the opening of the new Charles Ray Ogden Children and Family Education Center-Lab School building.
The open house featured guided tours, multi-media presentations, live music, and light refreshments. The new 9,669-square-feet facility is located on the north side of the North campus.
Guests were welcomed by Kathy Greenway, director of the child care center-lab school, and Christine Ortiz-Gatlin, the North campus child development/early childhood education program director.
The new center includes classrooms, offices, a kitchen, a teacher workroom, a multi-purpose room, and a playground. The facility serves a dual purpose — to provide child care services for students and employees of the North campus, and to serve as a learning environment where North campus child development students can gain valuable hands-on experience in every facet of full-service child care. Click on any thumbnail below for a larger view, and press backspace to return to the post.
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The North campus recently hosted Career Quest 2010 that allowed students to check into many job possibilities. North campus cosmetology students offered free manicures. Career Quest was sponsored by the North campus career and employment center, which offers resource materials in résumé preparation, interviewing skills and individual consultation. Students and employees who helped coordinate the job expo include Berenice Torres, Christina Longoria, Devera Allen-Scheller, Leticia Martinez, Samantha Galindo, Vanessa Castillo, Ciera Mucker, Shay Knight, Ruth Keenan, Daniella Cervantes, Zamira Ramon, Jack Green Jr., and Raymond Whitley.
Congratulations to the administrators and faculty members who will serve major roles in a three-day conference in Houston that will attract dozens of college educators from several states to explore the importance of the humanities in higher education.
Twenty-six educators from all three campuses will serve as moderators and presenters for the Community College Humanities Association Southwest Region Conference, which will be held Oct. 28-30 at Hotel ZaZa, located in Houston’s museum district. The conference theme will be “Critical Issues in the Humanities: Past, Present, and Future.” (More …)
Our deepest Sympathy to Tom Cortez and family on the recent passing of his father, Silvestre Cortez. Silvestre Cortez, 86, born July 6, 1924 entered into eternal rest September 2, 2010. Visitation will be Wed., Sept 8 from 5-8 p.m. with a Rosary beginning at 6:30 p.m. Funeral services will be 2 p.m., Thurs., Sept. 9. Both services will be held at Brookside Chapel of Chimes, 13401 Eastex Fwy, Houston, TX 77039 (281) 449-6511. Interment will follow in Brookside Memorial Park.
Tom works at North Campus as a Trainer, (Training and Professional Development)
The Best Buy store located near San Jacinto College North recently donated five iPod Nano devices to the Career and Employment Center at North campus. The iPods will be distributed to North campus students (at student drawings) during various campus-wide events during the school year. (More …)
Hats off to North campus employees Tina Sanchez and Tom Cortez, who coordinated San Jacinto College’s group that participated in the recent Relay For Life, an annual event that raises funds for the American Cancer Society.
The San Jacinto College team, that included 114 employees and students (and relatives of students and employees), raised $2,200 to go to cancer research.
The walk was staged at the North Shore Senior High Ninth Grade Center athletic track in the North Channel area. Walkers gathered at dusk and walked through the night until dawn of the next day.
Congratulations to all of the employees who donated your time and effort for such a worthy cause.
San Jac’s own Nancy McShane gets a kick out of dancing as a member of the Houston Rockets “Space City Seniors.”
The group dances at one Rockets home game a month, and their performance usually lasts about a minute during a timeout. (More …)
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The North campus Gator Day featured Laser Tag, Bungee Run, Mechanical Bull, Crazy Photo Booth, Rock Wall Climbing, music, and lots of fun, food, and fellowship. Student organizations raised funds by selling all sorts of delicious food, and many programs distributed promotional material to students. The successful event was put together by Lamar McWaine, North campus student life coordinator, shown at far left in above photo. Check out the slideshow below for more pix from Gator Day —