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Del Mar College students go through in-water survival trainingopens in new window
Maritime Basic Safety Training students, the first cohort of Corporate Services' new program, hit the water at the College's East Campus Aquatics Center to learn survival skills in the event of an emergency, such as fire, flooding or a sinking vessel.
20
Jun
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College prepares students for careers at seaopens in new window
Individuals taking DMC Corporate Services' new Maritime Basic Safety Training course spent time in the water learning survival techniques during an emergency, such as fire, flooding or a sinking vessel, as part of the five-day U.S. Coast Guard-approved class that's required of all mariners.
20
Jun
2019
www.caller.com
Del Mar College offers free carpentry training for Harvey damaged counties opens in new window
Hurricane Harvey slammed into the Coastal Bend almost two years ago, but rebuilding continues in communities throughout Aransas, San Patricio, Refugio and Nueces counties. To meet the ongoing demand for skilled workers in the construction industry, Del Mar College (DMC) is offering a free program to help area residents become qualified carpenters.
20
Jun
2019
www.mysoutex.com
DMC looking to meet the demand for carpenters in Coastal Bend with free classesopens in new window
The Rebuild Texas Carpentry Skills Training Program is a result of funding from the Rebuilt Texas Fund of which nearly $800,000 has been funneled to help with Hurricane Harvey clean up.
19
Jun
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Hurricane Harvey recovery: Del Mar College offers free carpentry training to meet demandsopens in new window
Rockport resident Terry Roller has been retired for 13 years. But he jumped at the opportunity to give back to his community in the wake of Hurricane Harvey. Roller, 69, has been involved in disaster relief work after the 2017 storm ravaged homes, businesses and other buildings in the region.
19
Jun
2019
www.caller.com
Del Mar student shares groundbreaking research, which could be used to treat harmful bacteriaopens in new window
A local college student is doing some groundbreaking research that could eventually be used by doctors to treat harmful bacteria like E. coli or vibrio. Danial Nasr Azadani, an undergraduate biotechnology student from Del Mar College, has already shared his research with hundreds of other students from around the world.
11
Jun
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College offers course for high paying jobs in maritime industryopens in new window
The Port of Corpus Christi is growing and that trend is expected to continue for years to come. But with all this growth, who will fill the vacant jobs? That’s where Del Mar College is stepping in to help with a Maritime Basic Safety Training Course.
04
Jun
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College student researches bacteria-eating virusopens in new window
The words 'good' and 'virus' typically wouldn't be found in the same sentence, but Danial Nsar Azadani, a biotechnology student at Del Mar College, is rewriting the rules.
03
Jun
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College maritime basic safety trainingopens in new window
Maritime work is in demand here in the coastal bend! Dan Korus and Jalyn Stineman with Del Mar College share the training opportunities coming up in June.
30
May
2019
www.kiiitv.com
DMC instructor receives national award for service to students in GIS, UAS technologiesopens in new window
John J. ‘JJ’ Nelson is a driving force behind the College’s geographic information systems and unmanned aircraft systems programs.
23
May
2019
www.mysoutex.com
Stringers for Scholarships fishing tournament to benefit students at Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
The sixth annual Stringers for Scholarships is almost here, and the Del Mar College Foundation is asking the community to cast their lines for a good cause.
20
May
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College offers swimming safety program for childrenopens in new window
As temperatures rise in the Coastal Bend, more children and families are expected to head to the pool or beach. Del Mar College wants to make sure everyone has a good time by preventing childhood drownings.
19
May
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College and Rebuild Texas team up for new programopens in new window
As people continue to recover from Hurricane Harvey, the Rebuild Texas Grant has teamed up with Del Mar College for a new carpentry program.
19
May
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Become a firefighter right after high school graduationopens in new window
KRIS featured Flour Bluff High School seniors Brandon Dunbar and Joshua Loveland, who were Dual Credit participants and completed Del Mar College's Regional Fire Academy this spring. The academy works with several high schools in the College's service area to prepare young cadets for careers as firefighters.
17
May
2019
kristv.com
Voestalpine donates $50,000 to G-PISD for purchase of process technology equipmentopens in new window
Voestalpine Texas donated $50,000 to provide new, state-of-the-art equipment that enhances training for students in the Process Technology program at Gregory-Portland High School (G-PHS).
17
May
2019
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Del Mar College opens Viking Food Pantryopens in new window
Del Mar College is addressing student hunger with the opening of Viking Food Pantry.
17
May
2019
www.mysoutex.com
Del Mar College graduates receive scholarship to TAMUCCopens in new window
Graduates of Del Mar College found out during their commencement ceremony Friday night that they were all getting scholarships to attend Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
11
May
2019
www.msn.com
TAMUCC offers scholarships for all Del Mar graduatesopens in new window
Dr. Kelly M. Quintanilla, President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, announced to DMC Spring 2019 associate degree graduates that a minimum $500 scholarship was availanle if they started studies at the Island University this fall. She noted that the higher their G.P.A., the greter the scholarship amount would be.
10
May
2019
kztv10.com
Gregory-Portland H.S. receives gift for training equipment for technology classesopens in new window
Students who want to compete for jobs in local refineries and the petrochemical industry got a sizeable boost today. Today, “Voestalpine Texas” donated $50,000 to Gregory-Portland High School.
02
May
2019
kristv.com
Gregory-Portland ISD received $50,000 donation for process technology programopens in new window
Students at Gregory-Portland High School will receive new equipment for their school that will help them with their futures.
02
May
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Voestalpine Texas donation to Gregory-Portland HS meant to boost local workforceopens in new window
With new industry heading into San Patricio County in recent years, and more on the way, there is a need for qualified workers to fill the jobs those companies are bringing.
01
May
2019
www.caller.com
Del Mar College’s Northwest Center hosts an open house April 25opens in new window
The College's Northwest Center in Calallen will highlight programs and courses that residents in the western part of Nueces County and beyond can take without having to commute to either the East or West Campuses. The center offers credit, noncredit and workforce development courses that address students' varied educational needs.
23
Apr
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College Helps Local Businesses Earn Industry Contractsopens in new window
A new program aimed at connecting small-business owners with opportunities to work with the area’s growing industrial base recently kicked off at Del Mar College’s Small Business Development Center. The newly established Contractor Resource Center will help small businesses expand their capabilities to compete in the commercial arena for current and future projects.
23
Apr
2019
www.ccbiznews.com
Del Mar College opens Viking Food Pantry at Harvin Student Centeropens in new window
Students and faculty at Del Mar College are getting in the helping spirit Thursday with a grand opening of the Viking Food Pantry at Harvin Student Center on Del Mar College East Campus.
19
Apr
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College opens food pantry, addressing student food insecurityopens in new window
Local college students are addressing student hunger with the opening of a fully-stocked food pantry. The Del Mar College food pantry opened Thursday and has food items like canned goods, cereal, drinks and more. And it’s helping any student in need.
19
Apr
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College opens new Viking Food Pantry to help students in needopens in new window
Del Mar College is hoping to make life a little easier for students in need with the opening of its new Viking Food Pantry.
18
Apr
2019
www.caller.com
Mascots gather to celebrate birthday of Del Mar College's Valdaropens in new window
DMC students and employees celebrated the College's mascot Valdar's second birthday with the help of several other mascots in the Coastal Bend. Those lovable characters included the Corpus Christi Hook's Sammy the Seagull, the Chick-Fil-A Cow, Izzy the Islander from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, Porky the Javelina from Texas A&M University-Kingsville and Blue the Crime Dog from the Corpus Christi Police Department, among many others from organizations and high schools helping Valdar celebrate his birthday.
16
Apr
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College fire cadets finish up live-fire training before graduationopens in new window
The DMC Fire Sciences Academy put 27 cadets' skills to the test by having them extinguish a variety of fires during live burn exercises required as part of their training before graduation.
16
Apr
2019
www.kiiitv.com
SOMEONE-TO-KNOW Video: KIII Someone to Know: Del Mar College Professor Curtis Leeopens in new window
KIII recognized Curtis Lee, an associate professor with the Occupational Therapy Assistant program,for teaching his students not only how to better assist their future patients but also how to serve as a better leader in the community by volunteering. Lee has volunteered with the Special Olympics for over 20 years.
15
Apr
2019
www.kiiitv.com
NEWS Nobel Prize-winning scientist visits Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
Del Mar College hosted Nobel Prize-winning scientist, Dr. Mario Capecchi, who served as the keynote speaker during the Natural Sciences Department's Student Research Day.
11
Apr
2019
www.kiiitv.com
First Edition: Del Mar College's Prefreshman Engineering Program's Summer Youth Campopens in new window
Del Mar College Assistant Professors James Shollenberger and Nedal Shheber promoted the Corpus Christi Prefreshman Engineering Program (CCPREP), which is a DMC summer camp for young minds who want to expand their STEM knowledge and skills. The program will celebrate 20 years of teaching area sixth- through ninth-graders the wonders of math, engineering and other STEM topics during the six-week 2019 camp.
10
Apr
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Work nearing an end on Del Mar West additionsopens in new window
Del Mar College officials will submit a new plat for the West Campus to the Corpus Christi Planning Commission. That map had to be updated because of the construction projects on the campus.
02
Apr
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College, Gulf Coast Growth Ventures celebrate $1.5 million gift for training, equipment opens in new window
Last Thursday, Gulf Coast Growth Ventures (GCGV) donated $1.5 million to Del Mar College (DMC) for new, cutting-edge equipment that will enhance workforce training in the Coastal Bend for future generations.
01
Apr
2019
www.mysoutex.com
Del Mar College host Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil to benefit college scholarshipsopens in new window
Coastal Bend residents gathered Thursday night (March 28) at Concrete Street Amphitheater for Del Mar College's signature fundraising event -- Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil.
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Mar
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures makes 'history making' $1.5 million donation to Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
It was 2015 when Gary Tschoepe was laid off from his job as an industrial machinist. At the time, the oil industry was on the downturn, and he was one of many who found themselves out of work.
22
Mar
2019
www.caller.com
Del Mar gets record-breaking grant for training lab for plastic plantsopens in new window
Del Mar College received a record-breaking grant today to develop a skilled workforce for the anticipated plastics plant. Gulf Coast Growth Ventures has donated $1.5 million dollars to the college for expansion of its west campus.
22
Mar
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College receives $1.5 million donationopens in new window
As construction finishes up at the Workforce Training Building on Del Mar College's West Campus, the future of job training begins. Gulf Coast Growth Ventures donated $1.5 million to Del Mar College in hopes that students will learn in-demand trades, especially those in the oil field. Most of the money will provide funding for hands-on technology inside of the building.
22
Mar
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Libby Averyt sworn in as newest Del Mar College trusteeopens in new window
The Del Mar College Board of Regents swore in its newest member today when Libby Averyt was selected to fill an at-large seat on the board.
05
Mar
2019
kristv.com
Tickets now available for 11th Bernie’s Famous Crawfish Boilopens in new window
Fun. Fabulous. Famous. All words used to describe the annual Bernie’s Crawfish Boil, now in its 11th year. The Del Mar College (DMC) Foundation and Trustee Emeritus Bernie Paulson are “rounding ‘em up” for the Thursday, March 28 event, used to raise funds for DMC student scholarships.
05
Mar
2019
kristv.com
LOCAL Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil Happening March 28thopens in new window
The Del Mar College Foundation will hold their 11th annual "Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil" on March 28. Development Coordinator for Special Events Cynthia Arbuckle shared details with KIII Early Edition Morning Anchor Kristin Diaz and how important scholarship funds are for DMC students.
05
Mar
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Libby Averyt selected as newest member of Del Mar College Board of Regentsopens in new window
The Del Mar College Board of Regents finally has a new member to fill its vacant at-large seat. Libby Averyt — chief development officer for the United Way of the Coastal Bend and former publisher of the Corpus Christi Caller-Times — was selected Monday to fill the seat vacated when Trey McCampbell resigned in December.
04
Mar
2019
www.caller.com
LOCAL High school seniors get a taste of college life at Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
Nearly 1,200 students from 30 Coastal Bend high schools visited the West Campus on March 1 to learn more about programs, see demonstrations and meet with DMC students and faculty during Discover Del Mar as they prepare for their next steps after graduation.
01
Mar
2019
www.kiiitv.com
3News Extra: Signing Up to Save Lives - What it takes to be a CCFD paramedicopens in new window
KIII weekend morning anchor/reporter Bill Churchwell and reporter Taylor Alanis examine what it takes to complete Del `Mar College's Emergency Medical Services program, specifically paramedic training, before joining the forces of the Corpus Christi Fire Department.
27
Feb
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar documentary to air locallyopens in new window
“The Story of the Horn,” hosted by Professor of Humanities Karl Kemm and produced by the College Relations Office at Del Mar, will be broadcast at 9:30 p.m. Friday, Feb. 8 and 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 28.
27
Feb
2019
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TAMUCC, Del Mar celebrate success of Viking Island Programopens in new window
The partnership helps provide a smooth transition for students who want to finish their education at TAMUCC.
18
Feb
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar professor’s passion for horns featured in documentaryopens in new window
A Del Mar College professor has turned his passion for horns into a documentary. It’s called “The Story of the Horn,” and it was made by Humanities professor Karl Kemm.
08
Feb
2019
kristv.com
National Court Reporting & Captioning Weekopens in new window
February 9th thru the 16th recognizes the profession of court reporting and captioning. Del Mar College's Court Reporting students and staff visited First Edition on Friday to discuss what it takes to be in this profession.
08
Feb
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Texas Mutual Insurance awards safety grant to Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
The importance of safety training was on display Wednesday morning at Del Mar College. Representatives with the Texas Mutual Insurance handed over a $100,000 grant to the college for its various safety programs.
07
Feb
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures donates $60,000 for Del Mar scholarshipsopens in new window
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures continued to invest in the Coastal Bend community Thursday by presenting a $60,000 donation for scholarships to students at Del Mar College. The donation will go to students working to earn an Associate's Degrees in the industrial and petrochemical industries.
01
Feb
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Free tax services provided by Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
The 2019 Tax Filing Season has begun, and the deadline to get your return in will be here before you know it. Why spend some of that money before you even get it in the mail, when you can get your taxes prepared for free?
24
Jan
2019
kristv.com
Del Mar College and WGU Texas sign transfer agreement for bachelor's and master's degreesopens in new window
Del Mar College and WGU Texas signed an agreement Wednesday to streamlining student transfers. The transfer agreement will streamline the process for Del Mar students to pursue a bachelor’s or master’s degree at WGU Texas.
17
Jan
2019
www.caller.com
Del Mar College agreement to help students transfer to online universitiesopens in new window
Del Mar College signed an agreement Wednesday to make it easier to transfer college credits to an online university. The agreement was signed with the chancellor of Western Governors University in Austin so students can continue their education online.
17
Jan
2019
www.kiiitv.com
Growing its own leaders opens in new window
The Texas college kicked off the NGLA this fall to nurture in-house talent and address an impending void of qualified college leaders. A partnership with Civitas Learning, the yearlong program puts 23 selected employees together in a room one day a month, where they learn about the issues facing colleges today and discuss how to drive change in the future.
04
Jan
2019
www.ccdaily.com
Longtime Del Mar College regent Trey McCampbell announces resignationopens in new window
Longtime Del Mar College regent Trey McCampbell has announced his intent to resign from the board, effective Dec. 31. McCampbell has been a regent since 2004 and board chair the past 10 years.
18
Dec
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College swears in new members of Board of Regentsopens in new window
The winners of November's Del Mar College Board of Regents election were recently sworn into office. Hector "Coach" Salinas was elected as a new At-Large regent. Gabriel Rivas was reelected to represent District 1.
18
Dec
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College swears in new regentsopens in new window
At-Large Regent Carol Scott was also elected to board chair and will be replacing Trey McCampbell, who held that position for the last 10 years.
18
Dec
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Tapping research experiences to improve college success opens in new window
After Del Mar College in Texas embedded research into courses in 2011, graduation and completion rates in the biotechnology program increased more than 50 percent, says biology professor John Hatherill.
18
Dec
2018
www.ccdaily.com
Del Mar students deliver hope to foster children this season opens in new window
Last Wednesday, students from Del Mar College’s Early Childhood Club and Child Development/Early Childhood program presented 41 duffel bags, called “sweet cases,” to representatives of the Foster Angels of South Texas Foundation. Each bag was filled with essential items the students collected for local foster children, including blankets, toothpaste, toothbrushes, shampoo, clothing and stuffed animals.
18
Dec
2018
www.mysoutex.com
Robstown, Flour Bluff students graduate college before high schoolopens in new window
A.J. Barrera and Jeremiah Baldwin became the first students at Robstown and Flour Bluff school districts to earn a college degree before finishing high school. The early college high school students walked the stage at Del Mar College's fall 2018 commencement ceremony Thursday night at the American Bank Center.
17
Dec
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College hosts 2018 Commencementopens in new window
The Nueces County sheriff had one of his first public speaking engagements on Thursday for the Del Mar College 2018 commencement at the American Bank Center.
14
Dec
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Flour Bluff student will graduate college before receiving his high school diplomaopens in new window
When 17-year-old Jeremiah Baldwin started taking college classes his freshman year of high school, he says he was little afraid of the idea. However, Baldwin says after he adjusted to the coursework he began to enjoy the challenge.
14
Dec
2018
kristv.com
Unlike for-profit colleges, Del Mar exists for its students' profitopens in new window
News reports of Brightwood College, Corpus Christi, closing its doors just before the end of the fall semester left several hundred local students facing a grim holiday season.
14
Dec
2018
www.caller.com
High School students receive associate's degrees before graduating high schoolopens in new window
Flour Bluff High School's Jeremiah Baldwin and Robstown High School's AJ Barrera wait to receive their associate's degree at Del Mar's fall commencement ceremony on Thursday, December 13, 2018.
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Dec
2018
www.caller.com
Robstown HS student makes history with college associates degree before high school diplomaopens in new window
After a lot of hard work, a ton of dedication and many sleepless nights, a student at Robstown Early College High School is making history. In one week, 17-year-old AJ Barrera will walk across the big stage.
07
Dec
2018
kristv.com
Del Mar College prepares duffle bags for foster childrenopens in new window
The bags will go to the Foster Angels of South Texas to help brighten the kid's lives.
06
Dec
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar students collect gifts for foster childrenopens in new window
Participants in the Early Childhood Program at Del Mar purchased duffel bags from “Together We Rise,” an organization that helps foster children. Those bags were filled with necessities and toys that were donated by the community.
06
Dec
2018
kristv.com
Del Mar College Adds Vortex Simulator opens in new window
CM Labs Simulations is helping Del Mar College’s Division of Workforce and Economic Development to narrow the skilled labor gap by implementing a Vortex Advantage simulator in its heavy equipment operator training program.
30
Nov
2018
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Del Mar College students show off special effect makeup for final projectopens in new window
Students at Del Mar College showed off that make-up can be really out of this world. Thursday was the final project for students in the college's drama program for students specializing in special effect makeup.
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Nov
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College students are collecting essential items for foster childrenopens in new window
Traditionally, children in foster care are given two trash bags for their belongings as they enter or transition within the state's system, said Del Mar College associate professor Amy Mintz. The experience can be dehumanizing, so some Del Mar College students are stepping in.
28
Nov
2018
www.caller.com
Children get hands-on experience during Coastal Bend G.I.S. Dayopens in new window
Children and members of the Corpus Christi community were out Wednesday learning about Geographic Information Systems at the Del Mar College Economic Development Center.
15
Nov
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar Showcase Day gives students a taste of potential careersopens in new window
Robstown Early College High School and Del Mar College teamed up to give students a day dedicated to college and career planning.
09
Nov
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Therapy dogs visit Del Mar College East Campus studentsopens in new window
College can be rough for students, especially during midterms. Officials at Del Mar College East Campus brought in therapy dogs from Paws Up Inc to help students relieve some stress as they get ready for mid-term exams.
08
Nov
2018
www.kiiitv.com
New book by DMC professor on protests in America makes headlines in Illinoisopens in new window
Two new books about U.S. history are readable works that both fill in the blank about a nation whose “official” past omits a lot. They also each depict the country as a multiple personality, a struggling contradiction, and a struggle.
05
Nov
2018
www.cantondailyledger.com
Del Mar students model as zombies for professional makeup artistopens in new window
Ava Gibbs-Kamaria is a makeup artist who has worked in film, TV and theatre. She took over the college's drama department makeup class to give out her tips and tricks for the perfect Halloween look.
31
Oct
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Spooky happenings at Del Mar College for Halloweenopens in new window
Ghoulish looks are part of a day in the classroom for these makeup and design students.
31
Oct
2018
www.youtube.com
Del Mar College gives update on new academic, music buildingopens in new window
Del Mar College is undergoing one of the most significant construction projects in its history. The college is getting a brand new academic and music building which because of a $157 million bond initiative passed by voters back in 2014.
23
Oct
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Construction at Del Mar College beginning to take shapeopens in new window
Construction at Del Mar College beginning to take shape.
23
Oct
2018
www.youtube.com
Del Mar College Foundation's Over the Edge scholarshipopens in new window
The Del Mar College Foundation kicked off their Over the Edge scholarship fundraiser Friday night to help students' dreams come true. Kiii News Reporter Michelle Pedraza went Live from the event with the details.
22
Oct
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College regents approve new master plan for Southside campusopens in new window
During a board meeting Tuesday, Del Mar College regents approved the four-phase master plan and schematic design for the college's expansion to the Southside of Corpus Christi.
17
Oct
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College approves plans for southside campusopens in new window
Regents want the new southside campus to help propel students into the future of education.
17
Oct
2018
www.kiiitv.com
DMC approves first phase of design for new campusopens in new window
Tuesday afternoon, Del Mar College’s Board of Regents approved the design for the first phase of the new South Side campus. Before the approval, project architects presented renderings and a virtual tour of the new campus to the Board of Regents.
17
Oct
2018
kristv.com
Texas Workforce Commission grants help pay employees while trainingopens in new window
Del Mar College, the Texas Workforce Commission and partner industries in the Coastal Bend gathered Friday to recognize the Commission's efforts in getting a $1 million grant from the state.
05
Oct
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures supports young, local workforce for future plantopens in new window
A $100,000 donation from Gulf Coast Growth Ventures in late August is helping expand industrial and technical programs through Del Mar College at seven school districts in San Patricio County.
04
Oct
2018
kristv.com
Del Mar Disability Services helping students overcome obstaclesopens in new window
There has been significant growth in the number of students with disabilities, including those with mental health conditions or autism, seeking higher education. Programs like the Del Mar College Disability Services are more than just providing services to students with disabilities, it’s about helping them reach their potential.
25
Sep
2018
kristv.com
Del Mar College honors Dr. Hector P. Garciaopens in new window
Members of the G.I forum and students from the Collegiate High School and Harold T Branch Academy were also in attendance to honor the Mexican-American rights advocate.
20
Sep
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Local leaders pay tribute to Dr. Hector P. Garciaopens in new window
It was all done in celebration of local civil rights hero Dr. Hector P. Garcia, a local doctor who advocated for education equality and Hispanic veterans.
20
Sep
2018
kristv.com
Exxon plant construction crews take part in safety trainingopens in new window
An additional on-site course focuses on leadership for supervisors. That program is administered through a partnership with Del Mar College's Workforce Training Department.
20
Sep
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures Announces $100,000 Gift to Support Homegrown Careersopens in new window
Representatives from Gulf Coast Growth Ventures (GCGV) announced at a news conference (Aug. 22) they are donating $100,000 to the San Patricio County Workforce Development Consortium to support Del Mar College’s (DMC) career and technical education programs in the county’s high schools.
13
Sep
2018
saltyanglermagazine.com
Truck drivers are in demandopens in new window
If you are looking for a career. A change of scenery. Or just want a good paying job. Del Mar’s truck driver program is for you and there are tons of jobs available.
06
Sep
2018
kztv10.com
Del Mar College approves “phase one” of South Side campusopens in new window
The Del Mar College Board of Regents approved phase one of the Southside Campus construction earlier this month.
30
Aug
2018
kristv.com
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures makes $100K donationopens in new window
Today, we give a Thumbs Up to Gulf Coast Growth Ventures (GCGV) for donating $100,000 to help support homegrown careers through Del Mar College. The money will help expand DMC’s career and technical programs at San Patricio County high schools.
23
Aug
2018
kristv.com
$100K donation to Del Mar will expand CTE programs at San Patricio schoolsopens in new window
The largest donation from an industry partner to date is for the San Patricio County Workforce Development Consortium, which is made up of seven school districts in the county. The donation was announced during a news conference Wednesday at Gregory-Portland High School.
23
Aug
2018
www.caller.com
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures helping San Patricio County studentsopens in new window
Thanks to a $100,000 donation, seven school districts will be able to develop career and technical programs for students to take dual credit courses. The program is a partnership between the districts and Del Mar College and the San Patricio County Workforce Development Consortium.
23
Aug
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Study: Many Students Who Quit College Are Close to Completion opens in new window
The study found that on average, nearly one in five students who left school without a degree had completed at least 75 percent of their program requirements. And nearly one in 10 had completed at least 90 percent.
18
Aug
2018
learningenglish.voanews.com
The Port of Corpus Christi's greatest asset: Local colleges and universitiesopens in new window
Charles W. Zahn, Jr., Port of Corpus Christi Authority Commission Chairman: Efficiency is the name of the game, and two imperatives to increased efficiency are technological innovation and strategic, data-driven decision making. Our local academic institutions offer world-class access to both.
17
Aug
2018
www.caller.com
DMC Regents approve plans for first phase of Southside campusopens in new window
The latest renderings reflect a narrowed focus on creating a welcoming space for Del Mar students and the Southside community alike.
15
Aug
2018
www.caller.com
DMC's first-ever Summer Coding Camp fo Girlz could change lives of young campersopens in new window
Fifteen girls were recruited to participate from middle schools around the area to help spark their interest in science and math.
06
Aug
2018
kristv.com
Governor Abbott recognizes DMC Small Business Development Center ahead of B.I.G. Eventopens in new window
Texas Governor Greg Abbott recognizes the Del Mar College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) for its contributions to the Coastal Bend small business community ahead of the B.I.G. Event on Wednesday, August 8, 2018.
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Aug
2018
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Smart Girlz Summer Coding Camp empowers girlsopens in new window
First-ever camp at Del Mar College teaches girls the basics of coding and how to apply it to movable cars, orbs and unmanned aircraft systems, or drones.
26
Jul
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College is helping spread girl power this summer with their "Smart Girlz" summer coding campopens in new window
The camp teaches young women the skills necessary to fly unmanned aircraft systems, more commonly known as drones. The all-girls program gives 15 girls the chance to pursue different careers in S.T.E.M. fields.
26
Jul
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Former Del Mar College Surfing Instructor added to Texas Surf Museumopens in new window
Charles Teas, known as "Coach Teas," was the only college surfing instructor in Texas in the '60s and '70s.
19
Jul
2018
www.caller.com
Mexican-American Studies back by Popular Demandopens in new window
The Mexican-American Summer Seminar is back for year 5.
18
Jul
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Kids learn Robotics, Coding at 2018 Summer Engineering Campopens in new window
11-year-old Stevie Pimentel and his robotics partner Jacobe West have different priorities than your average middle schooler.
17
Jul
2018
www.kiiitv.com
STEM Summer Campers Show off Skillsopens in new window
Student show off their projects as the Del Mar College Prefreshman Engineering Camp drew to a close.
17
Jul
2018
www.caller.com
Hidden gem at Del Maropens in new window
KRIS features the fifth-floor sculpture gallery in the East Campus William F. White Jr. Library., a collection of purchased works from more than 50 years of the annual National Drawing and Small Sculpture Show hosted by Del Mar College's Art Program.
15
Jul
2018
www.kristv.com
Military Matters: College Ready Veteransopens in new window
KIII features Ruby Ann Cortez, a veteran who has accessed Del Mar College's Upward Bound program to prepare for her path into higher education.
08
Jul
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Kleberg Bank donates $50,000 to Del Mar College for scholarshipsopens in new window
The Del Mar College Foundation received a $50,000 donation from Kleberg Bank to endow a scholarship fund that will assist DMC students in perpetuity.
06
Jul
2018
www.caller.com
Texas Matters: Civil Protests & Protesting Civilty opens in new window
DMC Assistant Professor of U.S. History Dr. Dawson Barrett discusses with David Martin Davies on Texas Public Radio the current rise of public protests, civility and his newest book, "The Defiant, protest movements in post-liberal America."
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Jun
2018
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Del Mar College offers extra help to veteransopens in new window
Del Mar College's Veterans Upward Bound program continues to assist veterans even as far as Waco with preparation for higher education uisng a $1.3 million U.S. Department of Education grant awarded earlier this year.
28
Jun
2018
www.kristv.com
Question Of The Week: Campus Sustainability Initiativesopens in new window
The online publication Faculty Executive includes Del Mar College's sustainability effort of using bulb compacting systems for fluorescent bulb waste, which helps with the recycling of mercury and glass components while reducing storage space and transport of the recyclable materials more efficient.
18
Jun
2018
facilityexecutive.com
NICK JIMENEZ: For democracy to work, voters need to step upopens in new window
Caller-Times Editorial Page Editor Emeritus Nick Jimenez praises the process used by the College's Board of Regents to fill the District 4 seat by selecting Dr. Mary Sherwood while he also compares other elected positions and the responsibility of voters to make informed decisions at the polls.
15
Jun
2018
www.caller.com
Texas A&M-Corpus Christi's former chief of staff joins Del Mar College board of regentsopens in new window
Dr. Mary Sherwood took her seat and attended her first meeting as District 4 Regent after the DMC Board of Regents interviewed three applicants and selected the former TAMU-CC chief of staff to the president to fill the board position through 2020.
13
Jun
2018
www.caller.com
Hot Commodity in the Shale Boom: Truckersopens in new window
The Wallstreet Journal covers the oil and gas boom in the Permian Basin and the increased demand for truck drivers and includes reference to South Texas and training through Del Mar College's Transportation Training Services Program.
08
Jun
2018
www.wsj.com
Online newsroom makes college a community information hubopens in new window
PR Daily features Del Mar College's online newsroom, Viking News, with the institution being the first in higher education in Texas to use the PressPage platform to create an informational hub for the campus and general community.
07
Jun
2018
www.prdaily.com
Corpus Christi designated newest talent hubopens in new window
The Lumina Foundation recognized the city, along with 17 others across the nation, for the local collaborative effort among Del Mar College, Workforce Solutions of the Coastal Bend and the Citizens for Educational Excellence to increase high school students' pursuit of college and adults' completion of associate degrees.
05
Jun
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar kicks off design phase for Southside campusopens in new window
The effects of Hurricane Harvey mean back to the drawing table for plans for the southside campus at Yorktown and Rodd Field Road, but the DMC Board of Regents will stay on track and on budget.
05
Jun
2018
www.kristv.com
Six students graduate from Del Mar's Pipeline Training programopens in new window
Del Mar College Continuing Education initiated a Pipeline Training Program with their first cohort completing the 72-hour offering on May 23 with a ceremony and the skills to enter a high demand industry in the Coastal Bend.
29
May
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Today marks deadline to apply for DMC Board of Regents open seatopens in new window
KRIS/KZTV promoted application details and today's deadline for anyone interested in the Board of Regents' consideration of their service in filling the District 4 seat.
29
May
2018
www.kristv.com
Village of tiny houses for the homeless in the works in Corpus Christiopens in new window
The City has plans to create a village of tiny homes for the homeless with Del Mar College Architecture and Construction students completing structures that were built as part of the recent Skills USA Texas statewide high school competition held here in Corpus Christi.
24
May
2018
www.kristv.com
Del Mar College prepares for fifth annual "Stringers for Scholarships"opens in new window
KIII promotes live during Early Edition the upcoming "Stringers for scholarships" fishing tournament at Marker 37 with DMC President and CEO Dr. Mark Escamilla and LNV, Inc. President Dan Leyendecker providing interviews.
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May
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Industrial, educational leaders look to prepare local students to enter burgeoning workforce opens in new window
"THE NEWS of San Patricio" covers the need to generate workers for industry's growing demands with DMC Vice President of Workforce Development and Strategic Initiatives Lenora Keas highlighting Del Mar College's role.
21
May
2018
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SRT program at Del Mar rocksopens in new window
KRIS Anchor Lee Sausley highlights the Music Department's Sound Recording Technology (SRT) Program as a "hidden jewel" and features interviews with Dr. Paul Bissell and members with The Coalition of the Willing, students and musicians who record songs under the direction of the SRT Professor.
20
May
2018
www.kristv.com
Military Matters: Veterans behind the wheel and entering the job forceopens in new window
KIII's Military Matters features the College's participation with the Texas Workforce Commission's Skills for Transition Program after receiving a grant to train active duty military separating from service for jobs in the trucking industry.
13
May
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College graduates accept their diplomasopens in new window
KIII highlights Class of Spring 2018 participants as they walk into the American Bank Center to "Pomp and Circumstance."
11
May
2018
www.kiiitv.com
JIMENEZ: With Guy Watts' departure Del Mar College board applicants can set good exampleopens in new window
Caller-Times Editor Emeritus Nick Jimenez covers the issues that the appointed individual should consider once the DMC Board of Regents makes their selection for the vacant District 4 seat.
11
May
2018
www.caller.com
Why finishing your schooling is a good thingopens in new window
DMC representatives promote taking summer courses during KIII's Early Edition to help boost enrollment and to encourage individuals' to finish their programs of study early by taking courses over the summer.
11
May
2018
www.kiiitv.com
New Research Sheds Light on Students Near Completion Who Leave Before Graduation opens in new window
Civitas Learning's news story includes DMC President Dr. Mark Escamilla sharing the College's success with the platform and increasing the completion rate by 36% among students at risk of dropping out of school even after finishing 75% of credits toward a degree.
09
May
2018
www.prnewswire.com
Focusing on the Finish Lineopens in new window
Inside Higher Ed covers Del Mar College's use of the CIVITAS platform to increase the number of degree completers among students who have earned credits but may not realize they are close to or can graduate from DMC.
09
May
2018
www.insidehighered.com
Guy Watts' spot on Del Mar's board of regents has officially opened upopens in new window
The Caller-Times posted the process that the DMC Board of Regents will follow to fill the District 4 seat vacated after Guy Watts resigned in April.
08
May
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College receives $1M software giftopens in new window
OSIsoft LLC donated mover $1 million in software and services to the College's Process Technology Program to prepare students for the area's workforce.
03
May
2018
www.kristv.com
College presidents meet to sign Viking to Islander program agreementopens in new window
Del Mar College and Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Presidents signed a Memorandum of Agreement for the Viking Islander Program geared toward student success and allows students to access resources at both institutions.
02
May
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Free truck driver training for veterans at Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
Corpus Christi Business News promotes the Transportation Training Services Program providing free truck driver training to military members entering civilian life through a Texas Workforce Commission grant supporting the TWC Skills for Transition Program.
30
Apr
2018
www.101corpuschristi.com
CCFD welcomes dozens of new members with academy graduationopens in new window
The Corpus Christi Fire Department references Del Mar College's Fire Science Academy as a training resource for their cadets as well as announces the use of the West Campus Emergency Training Building (dome) for their graduation ceremony tonight (4/27/18).
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Apr
2018
www.kristv.com
Denim Day brings awareness to sexual assaultopens in new window
The DMC Counseling Office held Denim Day as part of international awareness of sexual assault based on a 1999 Italian court case and to make victims aware that there is help available. April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month.
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Apr
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Era of 'fake news' reinforces career choice for Del Mar College student journalistsopens in new window
Caller-Times reporter Beatriz Alvarado asks DMC Journalism majors what they think defines news and the field as well as covers the numerous awards Foghorn staff have racked up this year.
25
Apr
2018
www.caller.com
Fire academy cadets complete fiery final examopens in new window
The DMC Fire Science Academy with the Public Safety Education Department held live burn exercises to test the skills and knowledge of the Spring 2018 graduating class, which is required to complete the program.
24
Apr
2018
www.kristv.com
LOCAL 'Science Saturday' at Del Mar College Eastopens in new window
Local media, including KIII, covered the first "Science Saturday Corpus Christi" held at the Garcia Sciences Building and co-hosted by the DMC and TAMU-CC student chapters of the Society for Advancement of Chicanos/Hispanics and Native Americans in Science to encourage minority youth to explore the sciences as potential career paths.
21
Apr
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Education and workforce development are vital to the Texas economyopens in new window
Sen. Juan "Chuy" Hinojosa's Op Ed piece mentions Del Mar College and the support funding the College has received from the Texas Workforce Commission for specific training initiatives. The Op Ed focuses on the need to provide more education and career guidance to high school students as the region prepares individuals for the state's future workforce.
17
Apr
2018
www.caller.com
Secrets of the chefopens in new window
KRIS' Anchor Lee Sausley takes an in-depth look at Continuing Education's six-week noncredit course "Secrets of the Chef" with a close look at what's taking place in the kitchen.
15
Apr
2018
www.kristv.com
LOCAL Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil makes dreams come trueopens in new window
KIII covered the Tenth Annual "Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil" hosted by the DMC Foundation and Trustee Emeritus Bernie Paulson.
12
Apr
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Christus Spohn and Del Mar receive $500K for partnershipopens in new window
The Texas Workforce Commission awarded a $500,000 Skills Development Fund grant for DMC Corporate Services to train 531 healthcare professionals with CHRISTUS Spohn Health System, the largest health system in South Texas.
11
Apr
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College looking to improve campus securityopens in new window
KRIS attended the April 10 Board of Regents meeting and interviewed DMC Security Chief Lauren White about the College's initiative to have its own police department.
11
Apr
2018
www.kristv.com
Del Mar College will have a police department by spring 2019opens in new window
The Caller-Times covered the College's initiative to have a police department after Security Chief Lauren White provided a report to the Board of Regents duirng their monthly meeting on April 10.
10
Apr
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College Program offers grant for former military to become truck driversopens in new window
A Texas Workforce Commission grant and their program, Skills for Transition, has provided resources to Del Mar College to train area active duty separating from the military or those who have already been discharged the opportunity to train as truck drivers tuition-free.
10
Apr
2018
www.kristv.com
KIII LOCAL Military Matters: The upward bound programopens in new window
KIII covers the services and opportunities that veterans can access through the $1 million Upward Bound program that Del Mar College offers to enable those who served our country to earn their associate's degrees.
08
Apr
2018
www.kiiitv.com
LOCAL Continuing education in magic schoolopens in new window
KIII covered the first day of Magician School offered through DMC Continuing Education.
04
Apr
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Crawfish Boil to help Del Mar College studentsopens in new window
DMC Development Officer Karen Silva helps spread the word about the Del Mar College Foundation's 10th annual "Bernie's Famous Crawfish Boil" on April 12 during the KRIS Noon Show.
03
Apr
2018
www.kristv.com
Chem-E-Car competitors put chemical engineering to the testopens in new window
Del Mar College co-hosted with Texas A&M University-Kingsville the Southwest Regional Chem-E-Car competition as a means to recruit students to the College's new associate in science degree in chemical engineering that starts in the fall.
31
Mar
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Data Mining: what is it and how do you protect yourself?opens in new window
Dr. David Abarca, DMC Associate Professor of Computer Science, provides his expertise regarding putting personal information on social media sites and the issue of data mining.
28
Mar
2018
www.kristv.com
DMC Nursing group hosts annual egg hunt for hundreds of local youthopens in new window
The DMC Student Nurses Association held their annual egg hunt for area youth.
24
Mar
2018
www.kristv.com
Invest in Your Future: Construction Trade Academy and Pipeline Programopens in new window
Dr. Leonard Rivera, Dean of Continuing Education and Off-Campus Programs, provided a live interview on KIII First Edition about the College's Construction Trade Academy and Pipeline Program.
23
Mar
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Lessons In Service: Repairing Appliances For Hurricane Victims Is A Win-Win for Del Mar College opens in new window
Community College Week features the College's Air Conditioning Applied Technology program and faculty and students' service to the Coastal Bend community by repairing damaged household appliances free of charge after Hurricane Harvey.
21
Mar
2018
ccweek.com
Small businesses celebrate SBDC dayopens in new window
Smoothie King business owner Joe Perez shares how the DMC Small Business Development Center helped him become a success and encouraged other business owners to use the SBDC's services. March 21 marked SBDC Day across the nation.
21
Mar
2018
www.kristv.com
Water Street rolls out new sushi businessopens in new window
KRIS' news story features Del Mar College Culinary Arts graduate Danyela Hinojosa, who will oversee the new Water Street sushi bar, and owner Brad Lomax praising the type of graduates that the College's program produces.
20
Mar
2018
www.kristv.com
Breaking The Sign Language Barrieropens in new window
Community College Week highlights the College's American Sign Language & Interpreting program's community service work to close the communication gap between family members and deaf youth growing up in Spanish-speaking households.
14
Mar
2018
ccweek.com
What Will the Nationwide School Walkouts Accomplish?opens in new window
Dr. Dawson Barrett, DMC Assistant Professor of U.S. History, contributed to an article in The Atlantic covering the March 14 National School Walkout held across the country to prompt congressional action on gun control.
14
Mar
2018
www.theatlantic.com
Del Mar College opens new Adult Education & Literacy Center in Sintonopens in new window
KIII covers the College's newest AEL Center with a grand opening featuring a pep rally-style announcement in Sinton.
27
Feb
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Class teaches Spanish speakers American Sign Language; brings families togetheropens in new window
DMC adjunct instructor Linda Lugo volunteers to teach Spanish-speaking families American Sign Language to communicate with their deaf or hard of hearing children.
26
Feb
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College National Drawing and Small Sculpture Showopens in new window
The Art Program's national art show is promoted with faculty and a student participant discussing the merits of the yearly exhibit.
26
Feb
2018
www.kristv.com
Study Identifies Benefits for Driving Simulators as Companion to In-Cab Trainersopens in new window
DMC Transportation Training Services is referenced in this trade article about the benefits of simulator training originally posted on Feb. 15, 2018.
22
Feb
2018
www.ttnews.com
Del Mar's process technology program gets $54,000 donationopens in new window
Gulf Coast Growth Ventures, a partnership between ExxonMobil and SABIC, announced a scholarship donation benefiting 17 DMC Process Technology students preparing for the workforce.
21
Feb
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Future cosmetologists learn to recognize, offer resources for domestic violenceopens in new window
District Attorney Mark Gonzalez addresses DMC Cosmetology students about the new Cut It Out program designed to stop domestic violence by recognizing when a client shows signs of abuse and reporting it to the DA's Office.
19
Feb
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College's Dental Hygiene Program offers free dental careopens in new window
The DMC Dental Assisting/Dental Hygiene Program gives students real-world experience by offering a variety of services to the community as part of their training.
16
Feb
2018
www.kristv.com
Fire Academy cadets get hands-on during "live fire" exercisesopens in new window
Come on Baby, Light My Fire! DMC Fire Academy cadets practiced their skills fighting live fires as part of their program requirements.
14
Feb
2018
www.kristv.com
Del Mar will raise tuition for the second consecutive yearopens in new window
The DMC Board of Regents voted to raise tuition by $3 per credit hour.
13
Feb
2018
www.caller.com
Military Matters: a new grant will help local veterans complete their education at Del Mar Collegeopens in new window
KIII's Military Matters" highlights the new DMC Veterans Upward Bound Program, which received $1.3 million from the U.S. Department of Education, and is designed to assist area veterans with pursuing higher education.
12
Feb
2018
www.kiiitv.com
JIMENEZ: Design team pick brings Del Mar College one step closer to southside campusopens in new window
Editor Emeritus Nick Jimenez writes about the day-long process for which the DMC Board of Regents narrowed down the selection of Gensler and Turner Ramirez Architects to design the College's new campus on Corpus Christi's southside.
09
Feb
2018
www.caller.com
Nueces County District Attorney's new program, to cut out domestic violenceopens in new window
The DMC Cosmetology Program is participating in a new effort by the DA's Office called "Cut It Out" to eliminate domestic violence by training students and stylists to recognize the signs of abuse among their clients.
08
Feb
2018
www.kristv.com
Gensler, Turner Ramirez firms to team up for Del Mar's new campusopens in new window
The DMC Board of Regents announces the selection of two firms, Gensler and Turner Ramirez Architects, to design the College's new campus on Corpus Christi's southside.
07
Feb
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College awards $1.3 million grant for veteransopens in new window
The College received funds from the U.S. Department of Education to support its Veteans Upward Bound Program.
07
Feb
2018
www.kristv.com
Professor offers tips on filing your federal income tax returnopens in new window
DMC Accounting Professor Adelfino Palacios provides advice about filing 2017 tax returns for area residents who suffered losses due to Hurricane Harvey, along with considering changes filers can expect for 2018,
05
Feb
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College announces grant to help area veteransopens in new window
Del Mar College received a $1.3 million grant from the U.S. Department of Education to fund the institution's new Veterans Upward Bound program.
31
Jan
2018
www.kiiitv.com
30 filmmakers from around the world are in town to show their work!opens in new window
Del Mar College hosted the sixth annual South Texas Underground Film Festival (STUFF) on the East Campus, attracting 30 filmmakers from around the world with over 100 films screened.
27
Jan
2018
www.kiiitv.com
San Patricio County poised to continue economic growth despite Hurricane Harveyopens in new window
Del Mar College is credited with partnering with San Patricio County school districts and industry to build the workforce needed in the Coastal Bend.
25
Jan
2018
www.caller.com
Truckers Against Traffickingopens in new window
January is Human Trafficking Awareness Month. A program called Truckers Against Trafficking is taught to future truck drivers at Del Mar College.
11
Jan
2018
www.kiiitv.com
Del Mar College to offer African American history course for first timeopens in new window
There had been a push to teach a course specifically on African American History since the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board approved the course for community colleges.
10
Jan
2018
www.caller.com
Del Mar College Course Helping with Hurricane Harvey Recoveryopens in new window
The Texas Workforce Commission awarded the College with a $40,500 Hurricane Harvey Relief Imitative Grant to offer shorterm training that can lead to long-term employment starting with the 30-hourOSHA 30 Construction course that begins Dec. 12.
05
Dec
2017
www.caller.com
Former probation officer, sailor receive culinary arts scholarship dedicated to Gary Homanopens in new window
An anonymous $100,000 donation to the Del Mar College Foundation supports the Gary Cargile Homan Scholarship for DMC Hospitality Management students majoring in Baking/Pastry Specialization, Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management.
04
Dec
2017
www.caller.com
Del Mar drama students showcase sci-fi themed costumes, makeupopens in new window
Fall 2017 Project Del Mar featured the alien sci-fi creations of 11 students taking the DRAMA 1341Makeup class through the Drama program as their final project for the semester.
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Nov
2017
www.kiiitv.com