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Arriving at South Texas College as a recent graduate from Sharyland Pioneer High School, Alessandra Romero says having compassion has guided her into her future in the medical profession. “I want to become a nurse one day,” said Romero. “I actually want to be a neonatal nurse in the labor and delivery rooms. They focus… [Continue Reading]

  In an effort to assist deserving students preparing to enter the workforce, Grainger Industrial Supply has supplemented its annual scholarship to students by donating tools to South Texas College. Grainger, a leading broad line supplier of maintenance, repair and operating products, has donated $6,000 worth of tools that will then be distributed to students… [Continue Reading]

  Anna Velez believes in encouraging students to do the best they can in school and learn as much as possible, so they can apply their skills in the workforce. Velez says the challenges in her life have enabled her to make the most out of some extremely tough situations. Born in Weslaco but raised… [Continue Reading]

  For more than a week now, Danelo Gonzalez says his son has come home buzzing with new concepts he picked up as part of the first of three groups of students participating in this year’s Governor’s Summer Merit Program at South Texas College. While being exposed to everything from automated systems to electro pneumatics… [Continue Reading]

With a prominent pilot shortage in the U.S., South Texas College’s Continuing Professional and Workforce Education Department will be hosting a Summer Aviation Camp to spark an interest in flying for future pilots. The four-day camps will take place at the STC Technology Campus in McAllen and is intended for elementary, junior high, and high… [Continue Reading]