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Ruth Hughs, chair of Texas Workforce Commission, signs three grants totaling more than $1.3 million to South Texas College. (photo STC)

TWC Awards STC more than $1.3 million

On Jan. 11, South Texas College had a “million-dollar morning” with three Texas Workforce Commission grants totaling more than $1.3 million. The award includes a $249,096 Job and Education for Texas grant, as well as $655,153 to STC’s Healthcare and Social Assistance Consortium. The consortium will create and upgrade 1,167 jobs. Additionally, a $409,890 grant goes to the college’s Manufacturing Consortium to create and upgrade 205 jobs. Guest speakers in…

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Powering Texas Promotes Sustainable Electricity

Powering Texas. a coalition to promote sustainable electricity generation throughout Texas, recently launched, focusing on educating Texans on wind energy. According to a press…

TSTC Adds Mixed Reality Into Curriculum

Bringing emerging technology into the hands of its students, Texas State Technical College will be implementing HoloLens Mixed Reality into its curriculum as early…
Harlingen

Local Small Businesses Receive $100,000

Five businesses in small and rural communities in Hidalgo County are…
Mercedes

Training grant to benefit local small businesses

Custom training for local small businesses is the focus of a Weslaco…
Weslaco

Websites Still Critical Tools

Small business owners who think a good social media presence is all…
McAllen