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TSC awarded $108,500 All In Internship grant
Texas Southmost College (TSC) was awarded $108,500 from the All In Internship program grant that will provide 45 TSC students with paid internships. From left, TSC All In Administrative Assistant Diana C. Rodriguez, United Way Postsecondary Success Coordinator Blanca Davila, TSC Student Life Director Armando Ponce and TSC Transfer, Career and Employment Services Coordinator Thelma Sullivan.Texas Southmost College (TSC) was awarded $108,500 from the All In Internship program grant that will provide 45 TSC students with paid internships. From left, TSC All In Administrative Assistant Diana C. Rodriguez, United Way Postsecondary Success Coordinator Blanca Davila, TSC Student Life Director Armando Ponce and TSC Transfer, Career and Employment Services Coordinator Thelma Sullivan.

Texas Southmost College (TSC) was awarded $108,500 from the All In Internship program grant that will provide 45 TSC students with paid internships.

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TSC to host VITA free tax preparation service
Texas Southmost College will offer free tax preparation assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program for anyone with an annual income of $54,000 or less at the ITEC Center from Jan. 23 to April 18.Texas Southmost College will offer free tax preparation assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program for anyone with an annual income of $54,000 or less at the ITEC Center from Jan. 23 to April 18.

Texas Southmost College (TSC), in collaboration with the United Way of Southern Cameron County, will offer free tax preparation assistance through the Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program for anyone with an annual income of $54,000 or less at the TSC ITEC Center from Jan. 23 to April 18.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 25 January 2017 16:00
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TSC Police Academy graduates 20 cadets
Texas Southmost College (TSC) Police Academy cadets received their Basic Peace Officer certificate during the Class 2016 Texas Southmost College (TSC) Police Academy cadets received their Basic Peace Officer certificate during the Class 2016 "A"graduation ceremony on Jan. 14, 2017 at the TSC Arts Center in Brownsville, Texas.

Twenty cadets from the Texas Southmost College (TSC) Criminal Justice Institute (CJI) Class of 2016 "A" graduated and received their Basic Peace Officer Certificates on Jan. 14, 2017 at the TSC Arts Center.

Last Updated on Friday, 20 January 2017 11:25
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Texas Board of Nursing to close TSC ADN program

tsc-logo-stackedThe Texas Board of Nursing (TBN) will close the Texas Southmost College (TSC) Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program at the conclusion of the spring 2017 semester.

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Mexican Consulate presents IME grant for TSC students
The Mexican Consulate presented an IME Becas grant to Texas Southmost College on Dec. 20, 2016 at the TSC Arts Center Gold Hall in Brownsville, Texas. From left, TSC Board of Trustees member Dr. Reynaldo García, TSC Board of Trustees Vice Chair Trey Mendez III, TSC Interim President Mike Shannon, Mexican Consul Juan Carlos Cué Vega and TSC Board of Trustees member Ramón Hinojosa Champion.The Mexican Consulate presented an IME Becas grant to Texas Southmost College on Dec. 20, 2016 at the TSC Arts Center Gold Hall in Brownsville, Texas. From left, TSC Board of Trustees member Dr. Reynaldo García, TSC Board of Trustees Vice Chair Trey Mendez III, TSC Interim President Mike Shannon, Mexican Consul Juan Carlos Cué Vega and TSC Board of Trustees member Ramón Hinojosa Champion.

The Mexican Consulate in Brownsville presented Texas Southmost College (TSC) with a check for a $5,000 grant from the Instituto de Mexicanos en el Exterior (IME) Becas program to aid low-income TSC students that are Mexican nationals or of Mexican origin.

Last Updated on Monday, 02 January 2017 10:56
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