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2 years of biomedical technology classes, 1 associate degree, $40,000 salary. That's a great equation! What are you waiting for?! We're waiting for you. http://ow.ly/Nspy9  
Modern advancements in medical technology call for more biomedical equipment technicians and biomedical electronics specialist jobs. Launch your BMET career on the Texas Gulf Coast now!
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With an associate degree in biomedical technology, you can earn $40,000 or more annually to start! And, it's one of the few medical jobs that people with squeamish stomachs can have without experiencing blood or trauma firsthand. Read more about our biomedical technician courses and job opportunities on our blog: http://gulfcoastcc.org/biomedical-technicians-needed/.
Modern advancements in medical technology call for more biomedical equipment technicians and biomedical electronics specialist jobs. Launch your BMET career on the Texas Gulf Coast now!
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If you or someone you know has long-term petrochemical experience and would like to teach the next generation - we need teachers! You have the opportunity to teach for any community college in the area. No degree is required – experience is what we are looking for. Make plans to attend our Petrochemical Faculty Recruitment Fair on Saturday June 20. Find all the details here: http://gulfcoastcc.org/event/petrochemical-teacher-recruitment-fair/
Make plans now to attend our Petrochemical Faculty Recruitment Fair scheduled for 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at HCC Southeast College, Learning HUB Building, 6815 Rustic St., Houston, TX 77087. We are seeking long-time petrochemical workers who might be ready for retirement or a career change, and who would like to “give back” by teaching …
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It's today! It's today! Join our live chat at 4 p.m. and get enrolled during our online community college registration drive with ABC13! Start your future NOW! http://abc13.com/education/your-future-starts-now/687622/
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Cameron Erskin is a College of the Mainland student who is using Dual Credit to help him get on the fast track to a master's degree in architecture! In fact, he'll become the first person in his family to graduate from college. In the meantime, he also earned a spot a spokesman for the Taco Bell Foundation for Teens. Read more about this amazing young man here http://ow.ly/MXD63
Dual credit student is new face of Taco Bell Cameron Erskin views each critic’s cry of “you can’t” as a challenge. Determined to be the first in his family to graduate from college, the College of the Mainland dual credit student has already earned 18 hours of college credit, a scholarship and a national platform to …
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Make plans now to join us and ABC 13 Houston​ on May 15, for our online registration drive! http://abc13.com/education/your-future-starts-now/687622/ Join our web chat May 15 from 4 p.m. - 7 pm and we will have experts answer your questions, including questions on financial aide, credit transfer and course selection. Your Future Starts Now!
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"Transfer students like Brown aren't just finding their credits suddenly being accepted by small, private colleges and universities that once turned up their noses at them; as the number of conventional high school graduates begins to slide, they're being actively – even aggressively – recruited."

http://www.usnews.com/news/college-of-tomorrow/articles/2015/05/27/private-colleges-target-community-college-grads
With enrollment declining, longstanding barriers to transfers are falling.
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Have an awesome Memorial Day weekend, and get refreshed and ready to dominate summer classes! See you soon!
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Alright, a little fun story to help you overcome all this gloomy weather: An oil engineer discovered "auto tune" because of his knowledge of seismic/acoustic technologies: http://www.businessinsider.com/auto-tune-developed-by-oil-engineer-2014-7

Now, we're not saying you can revolutionize the music industry, too, but we can provide you the start to a fulfilling (and lucrative) engineering career: http://gulfcoastcc.org/ccpi/engineering-technology.php ‪#‎BeAnEngineer‬
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With the current proposed funding level in the Texas Legislature, roughly two-thirds of community colleges in Texas will lose some funding for the next biennium. However, our community colleges educate more students than any other higher ed sector. Texas community colleges are vital to our state. Help keep them moving forward!
‪#‎FundTXcolleges‬
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Only 2 more days! Mark your calendars for 4-7 p.m. this Friday, May 15, as we join ABC 13 Houston for our online registration drive: http://abc13.com/education/your-future-starts-now/687622/ We will have experts on our web chat to answer your questions, including questions on financial aide, credit transfer and course selection. Your Future Starts Now!
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http://www.txsuccess.com/ is a great site from the +Texas Association of Community Colleges that shares how community colleges help Texans "work, learn, improve their skills, earn more, and give back to their communities."
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Introduction

Career and Technical Education programs meet the short- and long-term goals of both individuals and businesses. Whether you’re looking to start a new career or are currently employed and ready to upgrade your skills, the TGCCCC has something for you.

Certificate programs can help you choose a new career, change careers, update your skills, or expand your professional knowledge. Financial aid is available to individuals who qualify.

Economic Impact of TGCCCC