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  • Andrea.Vasquez 4:58 pm on May 21, 2019 Permalink | Reply
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    May 2019 Board Meeting Recoginitions 

    The San Jacinto College Board of Trustees recognized several student organizations who placed at regional-level competitions. San Jacinto College Foundation scholarship donor, PVF Roundtable was also recognized for its longtime partnership with the College in providing scholarships for students in the pipefitting, welding, and advanced manufacturing programs. See more about the honorees below:

    The San Jacinto College Board of trustees recognized the South Campus SkillsUSA cosmetology and engineering design graphics teams for placing at the regional competition and advancing to the nationals that will be held in Louisville, Kentucky in June. Pictured left to right: Back row: Dr. Roger Watkins, San Jacinto College South Campus department chair of business and computer technology services; William Buel, San Jacinto College South Campus engineering design graphics instructor; Dominique Massicott; Zachary Earles; Kathleen Williamson; Alexis Vest; Tanner Cates; Kylie Ownes; and Kevin Morris, San Jacinto College South Campus dean of business and technology. Front row: Dr. Brenda Jones, San Jacinto College South Campus provost; Dana Belt, San Jacinto College South Campus cosmetology instructor; Sara Perry; Kendall Kelledy; and Pandora Freestone, San Jacinto College South Campus cosmetology instructor.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The San Jacinto College Board of Trustees recognized the South Campus chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), for placing at the State Leadership Conference in Nacogdoches, Texas in April. Pictured from left to right: Back Row: Dr. Roger Watkins, San Jacinto College South Campus department chair of business and computer technology services; Kevin Morris, San Jacinto College South Campus dean of business and technology. Front Row: Dr. Brenda Jones, San Jacinto College South Campus provost ;Dipti Giri; Hannah Simmons; and Kristy McAuliffe, San Jacinto College South Campus business professor and PBL advisor. Photo credit: Andrea Vasquez, San Jacinto College marketing, public relations, and government affairs department.

    The San Jacinto College Board of Trustees and the San Jacinto College Foundation recognized PVF (Pipe, Valve and Fitting) Roundtable for donating more than $137,500 since 2015 to provide scholarships and textbooks to students in the pipefitting, welding, and advanced manufacturing programs. Pictured from left to right: Kim Shelton-Brown, PVF Roundtable board member; Harold Armstrong, PVF Roundtable Vice President; Ruth Keenan, San Jacinto College Foundation executive director of advancement.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The San Jacinto College Board of Trustees recognized the Central Campus chapter of Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) for for placing at the State Leadership Conference in Nacogdoches, Texas in April. Pictured left to right: Helen LaCour, San Jacinto College Central Campus program director for business office technology and PBL advisor; Lorenzo Rodriquez; Bill Wolfe, San Jacinto College Central Campus department chair of business, computer technology services, and maritime; Sherilyn Reynolds, San Jacinto College Central Campus program director of accounting, general business, and business management and PBL advisor; Dawson Dreiling, Tyler Smith, and Van A. Wigginton, J.D., San Jacinto College Central Campus provost.

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

    The San Jacinto College Board of trustees recognized the Central Campus SkillsUSA automotive team for placing at the regional competition and advancing to the nationals that will be held in Louisville, Kentucky in June. Pictured from left to right: JP Goins, San Jacinto College automotive technology GM ASEP instructor; Chad Gardner; Sean Ham; Porfirio Salas; David Castillo, San Jacinto College automotive technology FAST instructor; Luis Hernandez; Daniel Stevenson, San Jacinto College automotive technology Toyota TTEN instructor; and Juan Garza.

     

     

     

     

     

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 3:29 pm on December 22, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    2015 Year in Review 

    The year 2015 was truly amazing at San Jacinto College. Some key highlights included a record number of graduates, completion of construction on the new Maritime Training Center, and approval of a $425 million bond measure to fund new facilities and renovations.

    Congratulations to all of the students, faculty, and staff for your many achievements and accomplishments.

     

     

     
  • Andrea.Vasquez 11:04 am on October 16, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Daddy Daughter Do’s and Don’ts Hairstyle Workshop 

    The South Campus cosmetology students held a Daddy Daughter Dos and Don’ts Hairstyle Workshop in order to help dads become more familiar with some of the basic hairstyle techniques for their little girls. All the dads picked up some great tips from the cosmetology students and learned a few ways to style a bun for their daughters. The next workshop will be held on Oct. 24. Contact the South Campus salon at 281-992-3406 for more information.

     
  • Andrea.Vasquez 4:36 pm on July 21, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Kutz4Kidz School Supply Drive 

    The San Jacinto College South Campus is still accepting school supply donations for their South Belt-Ellington community back-to-school event, Kutz4Kidz. The flyer below lists supplies needed. Please disregard the July 17 deadline. Drop off locations are in the lobbies of the Science and Allied health Building and the Jones Technical Building. For more information, contact Jeannette Wright or Mary Lindsay (x 3587) in the cosmetology department.

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  • Amanda.Fenwick 10:13 am on November 21, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    North Campus hosts Fall Fest 

    The North Campus recently hosted a Fall Fest at Channelview High School that turned out to be a great success, attracting hundreds of Channelview students of all ages, as well as many parents and little children.

    Employees representing most North Campus academic and technical programs were on hand to greet visitors and hand out information about their programs. Players from the baseball team and the women’s basketball team mingled with visitors, and cosmetology students provided free face painting.

    The music department provided live jazz music, the culinary arts program provided free hot dogs, and the mental health program coordinated a free cakewalk. Other highlights included a rock climbing wall, a photo booth, psychology analysis demonstrations, music, group dancing, popcorn, cotton candy, and robotics demonstrations.

    Kudos to coordinators of the Fall Fest, including Clare Iannelli, Keisha Smoke, Chris Evans, Erin Lewis, Deborah Longtine, Andrea Mitchen, Dinorah Ramos, Rob Vanya, Christine Torres, Josh Johnson, Shawn Silman, Dr. Gary Friery, Serita Dickey, Jerrel Wade, Pam Campbell, Jennifer Mowdy, Dr. Bill Raffetto, Charlotte Jackson, Ludith Gonzalez, David Gardner, Alfredo Gomez, Louis Dorsey, Diana Zapata, Amy Ammerman, Jo Eggebrecht, Sergio Garcia, Nichole Fearnley, Deanna Clark, Patricia Rice, Mark Escobedo, Dana Kostecka, Mary Cherry, Rita Harris, Brenita Williams-Jackson, and Tom Arrington.

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 11:02 am on April 12, 2013 Permalink | Reply
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    North Campus cosmetology club news 

    “I am proud to be an advisor for the cosmetology club,” said North Campus cosmetology instructor Cynthia Woodcock. “The club represents cosmetology students in a professional and inspiring way.”

    Through fundraisers, the cosmetology club enables student members to attend international hair shows, which helps them succeed as students and opens career opportunities.

    Below are examples of former students who have benefited by attending international hair shows.

    • Chadwick Godfrey was the club vice president and attended the Premiere Orlando Hair show in Florida. He made connections that led to him becoming the hairstylist for Miss Teenage Texas. Chadwick was featured on the Times Square marquee while performing a style on Miss Teenage Texas for the Miss Teenage USA pageant. He is now the Manager of a salon in Chicago.

    • Roberta Garcia also attended the Premiere Orlando Hair Show in Florida. She won a styling contest presented by Paul Mitchell. Roberta is now the owner of a salon in Humble, and is on the San Jacinto College North advisory committee.

    • Vanessa Castillo attended a hair show in San Antonio, where she made connections that involved her in platform work. Vanessa is now a member of the advisory board and works at a high-end salon in Houston. Since graduation she has also studied in Italy.

    • Ali Tilton was the club secretary and attended the Premiere Orlando Hair Show. Ali now leases a chair and participates in many of the alumni events for the cosmetology department. Ali is also part of a team that is participating in New York’s fashion week.

    • Rebecca Mullinex was a night student who attended the Premiere Orlando Hair Show. Rebecca made connections at the show that led to participation in the development and presentation of the hair and makeup for the cover of Modern Salon Magazine. The event is taking place in New York City during fashion week. “It is the club’s honor and privilege to attend a hair show in New York City at the same time this is happening with Rebecca,” Woodcock commented. “We will be meeting with Rebecca and her team while we are there.”

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 10:04 am on April 30, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    North campus employees coordinate hospital visit 

    From left, Simone Paisley, Gloria Young, and Tina Sanchez at Texas Children's Hospital.

    Kudos to North campus cosmetology instructors Simone Paisley, Gloria Young, and Tina Sanchez who coordinated a recent volunteer effort at Texas Children’s Hospital, during which cosmetology students donated beauty services to help patients dealing with serious medical issues to enjoy a very special occasion.

    A group of North campus cosmetology students spent several hours on a recent Sunday to help TCH renal dialysis patients get ready for an elegant prom, an event especially created for patients who seldom have a chance to enjoy special occasions. (More …)

     
  • 2:48 pm on April 19, 2010 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: Cosmetology, locks of love, share your hair   

    South cosmetology receives more than 400 inches of hair! 

    The San Jacinto College South cosmetology department received more than 400 inches of donated hair last week during the Share Your Hair event.

    Clients from across the Houston area visited the South campus to receive their free haircuts in exchange for donating their ponytails toward the Locks of Love organization. Ellie Meyer, coordinator of student life, had plenty of hair to give  and appeared on live television on Fox 26 Morning News to have SJC student Jarrod Jantz and cosmetology chair Mary Lindsay cut off 40 inches of her hair. Inmigrante TV and ABC13 also publicized the event, stopping by the South campus to interview cosmetology students and instructors, Pandora Freestone and Elida Mercado.

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 3:29 pm on April 12, 2010 Permalink | Reply
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    North campus hosts Career Expo 

    North campus students and employees who worked together to present the successful Career Expo include, from left (back row): Jose Lara, Roneshia Saddler, Cindy Murillo, Amber Furst, Marvis Huff, Ruth Keenan, Donna Matthews, Verenice Mares, and Matthew Gonzalez; (front row): Aldec Saniel, Noelia Ibarra, Keyth Citizen, Eric Sanchez, Roxanne Gomez, and Leticia Martinez.

    The North campus recently hosted Career Expo 2010, which allowed students and local residents to network with many Houston area employers.

    Those attending took advantage of résumé critiquing, Discover testing, and Dress for Success referrals for women. Men chose from a collection of donated neckties. SJC cosmetology students provide free makeover services, and The Clothes Horse offered fashion tips for job seekers.

    Career Expo 2010 was coordinated by the North campus career and employment center, which offers resource materials in résumé preparation, interviewing skills and individual consultation.

    “We want to thank all those who helped make this event a tremendous success,” commented Ruth Keenan, Career Employment Center Coordinator at the North campus. “We appreciate the fine student volunteers for their assistance in representing San Jacinto College for the two-day event which highlighted 35 employers on the first day, and 32 employers on the second. We had many employers comment on the fine attention to detail and warm hospitality shown by our students.”
    Photos below show scenes from the North campus Career Expo. For a larger view, click on a thumbnail, and then press backspace to return to the blog.

     
  • Amanda.Fenwick 2:40 pm on December 1, 2009 Permalink | Reply
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    North campus group brings cheer to young patients 

    Tina Sanchez, Amy Ammerman, and Tom Cortez at Texas Children's Hospital.

    Tina Sanchez, Amy Ammerman, and Tom Cortez at Texas Children's Hospital.

    A large group of students, faculty, and staff from the North campus recently visited Texas Children’s Hospital to bring some cheer and good will to young patients at the hospital.

    The photo at left shows North campus employees Tina Sanchez, Amy Ammerman, and Tom Cortez, who participated in the volunteer effort.

    San Jac people distributed cute teddy bears to children in their rooms and provided cosmetology services to the young patients, as well as to their visiting friends and relatives. Students dressed as life-sized cartoon characters roamed the hospital walls to visit with the youngsters. Some entertained children with karaoke singing. Others spent quality time with the little patients in a recreation room, playing pool, Guitar Hero, and other video games. A group of faculty members and students hosted a live broadcast on the hospital’s closed-circuit Lolipop radio station that prompted people to dance down the hallways.

    Be sure to watch the related slideshow (below) to see more photos from the fun event.

     
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