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April 2014 - Student of the Month

Gina Rose is the recipient of the April 2014 La Prensa Foundation Student of the Month Scholarship and will receive an award of $500 from the... Read More >

April 2014 - Student of the Month

April 2014 - Student of the Month

Gina Rose is the recipient of the April 2014 La Prensa Foundation Student of the Month Scholarship and will receive an award of $500 from the... Read More >

Alamo Colleges' Foundation Joins "The Big Give S.A."

Alamo Colleges' Foundation Joins "The Big Give S.A."

On May 6, San Antonians will come together for the city's first ever 24-hour, online giving event, which will allow them to donate to local nonprofits Read More >

Daughter Honors Her Mother with Scholarship

Daughter Honors Her Mother with Scholarship

This week, Alamo Colleges Foundation received a $20,000 gift from the Odelia B. McCarley Charitable Trust to establish the Odelia B. McCarley Nursing Endowed Scholarship. Read More >

Grant Will Train Eagle Ford Shale Workers

Grant Will Train Eagle Ford Shale Workers

The Alamo Colleges is partnering with Weatherford International Limited to provide job training Read More >

Student Leadership Institute April 26 Graduation Ceremony

The Alamo Colleges Student Leadership Institute (SLI) Tier I and Tier II student leaders participated in the 2011-2012 Completion and Recognition Ceremony on April 26, 2012, at St. Philip’s College. Alamo Colleges Administrators, Student Leadership Institute faculty and staff, and family and friends, joined the sixty scholars celebrate their hard work, joys, growth and many successes. As a group, the SLI student leaders contributed more than 9900 hours of community and college service, while maintaining a combined average GPA of 3.34.

The 2011-2012 student leaders completed an intensive, interactive program which helped build a strong foundation in leadership by providing the knowledge, skills, theory, and application to become proactive and productive leaders on campus, in the workplace, and in the community. The objectives of the Student Leadership Institute include: fostering opportunities for students to develop leadership competencies while working on projects of social and civic engagement; enabling students to network with peers, experts, and organizations; encouraging students to conduct reflection on personal leadership values and experiences; and cultivating relationships and internship opportunities with state and national leadership institutes – from academia politics, government, nonprofit and for-profit organizations.

The Student Leadership Institute is accepting applications for the 2012-2013 academic year. Applications and information may be obtained at www.alamo.edu/district/sli or by calling (210)485-0792.

 

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