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CORE4 STEM Family Day…

St. Philip's College hosted STEM knowledge building events for 1,400 young people and their families on Nov. 4.
CORE4 STEM at SPC

CORE4 STEM Family Day and Merit Badge University at SPC

St. Philip's College hosted STEM knowledge building events for 1,400 young people and their families on Nov. 4.

CORE4 STEM Family Day began the college’s 2017 partnership in the citywide San Antonio STEM Week observance with the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce. The event included hands-on opportunities for parents to experience some of what the college’s students experience every day online and on the campus, and might stimulate parents to enroll their children in the college’s Early College High School.

San Antonio Independent School District transported 8th graders and their parents from the Davis, Poe and Rogers middle schools and the Young Men’s Leadership Academy (representing the former Wheatley Middle School) to the CORE4 STEM Family Day Program. The prospective college students toured academic facilities in the college’s William C. Davis Science Building, Center for Learning Resources and Center for Health Professions. Parents and prospective students toured a transformed college that offers the newest and most advanced non-military medical training facilities east of the city's Medical Center area. A place where students learn in the same customized professional training program environment recently announced for employees who support and assist the work of doctors and nurses at San Antonio’s second largest private employer---Methodist Healthcare System of San Antonio http://www.alamo.edu/spc/texasworkforcecommissiongrant/.

Faculty and students from the college's information technology, medical lab technician, alternative energy, engineering and chemistry programs hosted 43 students.

“We had 13 student volunteers and we got to see two-thirds of the visiting students," said Terri Murphy-Sanchez, the college's medical laboratory technician program director. "It went really well because it was all hands-on, with aprons and gloves on, working with actual specimens," said Murphy-Sanchez.

Concurrently, St. Philip's College hosted the largest organized Boy Scouts event in the San Antonio area when 1,000 students and 400 escorts from more than 120 troops throughout Texas convened for a one-day Boy Scout Merit Badge University event. A Merit Badge University http://www.alamoareabsa.org/mbu helps young men and women ages 11-17 to earn merit badges in such topics as communications and sustainability. A projected 2,400 merit badges should be successfully earned in 2017 in the single day of knowledge building at the college, bringing the total of badges potentially earned at the college through this partnership to the 9,000-10,000 badge range.

CAPTION: Innovative partnerships with the San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce and Boy Scouts allowed St. Philip’s College faculty and students to host a day of knowledge building events for 1,400 young people and their families on Nov. 4. (Courtesy images)
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