S.H.A.R.E. Center


Career Services

Career services offers preparation services for students including mock interviews, resume writing assistance, and career exploration. Learn more about our resources and tools for creating the career you want.

Visit PAC Career Services, within AlamoExperience, for additional details on upcoming career related events as well as job and internship boards.

The Goodwill Clothing Closet is available to currently enrolled students through a partnership with Goodwill Industries of San Antonio. Students can receive free professional clothing for interviews, networking events, or internships.   

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Community Resources

Daughters of Charity Services of San Antonio provides social services to students and the general public, including utility assistance, health care referrals, and assistance in registering for healthcare. 

The S.H.A.R.E. Center provides a variety of services to students but also connects students to resources available in the surrounding community. Visit the S.H.A.R.E. Center for more information.

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Financial Wellness 

Financial Wellness resources are available to help students with financial planning, budget management, emergency aid, and more. 

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Counseling Services 

Licensed personal counselors and counseling student interns are available to provide free short-term or crisis mental health counseling services free of charge to enrolled students. Students pursue counseling for help with a wide range of areas, such as: academic performance, anxiety, depression, self-injury, mood swings, relationship issues, career indecision, time management, and more. 

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Food Pantry

In partnership with the San Antonio Food Bank, non-perishable food items are available to students and the general public. 

Students may access Emergency Lunch Meals Monday–Thursday from 11 a.m.–1 p.m. The Food Pantry hours are available to students every Wednesday and Thursday from 1-4 p.m. (closed on Fridays in June and July).

Community members may access the Food Pantry every Friday from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. (during June and July, distribution will occur every other Thursday).

For more information, call 210-486-3121.


Health Services

The BAEBSAFE program educates young adolescents about healthy relationships and life skills through abstinence-plus sexual health education workshops: SHARP and Seventeen Days. We also provide education, support, and clinic referrals to surrounding community healthcare providers in a safe and judgement-free space for students and the community.    

In partnership with the Texas Diaper Bank, students can recieve a monthly supply of diapers and wipes. Participants must be a parent or have full guardianship of a child and be receiving Financial Aid. Parenting classes, such as toiler-training courses, are available to both students and community members.



Healthy Hub

Healthy Hub is powered by an AmeriCorps VISTA team, whose focus is on creating a community garden, hosting Farmers' Markets on campus, and other initiatives. These opportunities engage students in bridging academic success and service learning, while teaching the importance of nutritious choices.



Service Learning

Service learning opportunities benefit both the community and the student population. Programming includes Alternative Spring Break, Alternative Winter Break, curriculum-driven service trips, and PAC Gives Back volunteer opportunities for students.

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Contact Information

Hours of Operation:
Monday: 8 a.m.–7 p.m.
Tuesday–Friday: 8 a.m.–5 p.m.
(Closed on Fridays in June and July)

Hours may vary for different services provided through the S.H.A.R.E. Center. Any variation is indicated in the list of services above.

The S.H.A.R.E. Center observes all Palo Alto College campus closures.

Location: Student Center 101

Phone: 210-486-3121

Hunter Bates
Coordinator of Student Success

Delilah Marquez
Grant Project Director – Title V DHSI Project Impacto