Trinity Valley Community College is providing an excellent opportunity to serve existing high school students who don’t typically have an interest in pursuing post-secondary academic transfer courses to universities. Beginning with the Fall 2018 semester, high school students may enroll in college credit workforce/career and technology classes with no tuition or student fees.
“Many of these students would benefit from career readiness and industry certification options which public schools are embracing and partnering with TVCC,” said Vice President of Instruction Dr. Wendy Elmore. “TVCC is interested in providing services to these students and specifically enabling area ISDs to provide career and technology education programs that prepare their graduates to enter the workforce upon high school completion.”
Classes eligible for free tuition are those that apply to a workforce certificate and are taught at the high schools by high school faculty qualified to teach college-level courses.
Trinity Valley Community College welding instructor Tom Sheram has announced the department’s first Welding Project Show, scheduled for Friday, April 27. Students from Texas high schools will display welding projects in competition for scholarships and prizes.
“The event is designed to promote our welding department by allowing high school students to exhibit welding projects that they have built in a school Ag Mechanics or Welding class,” said Sheram. “We hope this will the first of many years of this event.”
Five Trinity Valley Community College Agriculture and Ranch Management students competed at the 2018 Texas Junior College Agriculture Association (TJCAA) Convention held April 11-13 at West Texas A&M University in Canyon. The convention featured tours of WTA&M’s campus, ranch and beef cattle cloning program and a local feedyard; a banquet and awards ceremony.
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By Benny Rogers/TVCC Sports Information
The Lady Cardinals had the brooms out Wednesday afternoon at Drumgoole Field at Cain Park.
And the bats!
The Lady Cardinals combined for 34 hits, including three home runs, in a doubleheader sweep of Paris Junior College. They won 14-0 and 13-1.
The sweep improved the Lady Cardinals to 21-17 on the year and 8-6 in Region XIV Conference.
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The Kay Yow Cancer Fund has announced the top fundraisers in each division for the 2018 Play4Kay initiative. For a fifth straight year, Trinity Valley Community College has won the Junior College Division.
TVCC raised $6,000 this year, according to assistant athletic director Jeremy Richardson.
“We are proud of the support we again received in our annual fundraising effort for this cause,” said TVCC vice president of student services/athletic director Dr. Jay Kinzer. “We would like to thank our athletics staff, administration, faculty, staff, students and fans for joining us in our efforts.”
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