Monthly Archives: July 2006

ACC May Extend Kinslow’s Contract

Austin Business Journal – ACC May Extend Kinslow’s Contract

Closing the Gaps

The Austin Chronicle – Closing the Gaps

ACC Student Spearheads New Fundraising Effort

Fine art has long been associated with money, but ACC student Nicole Richard has created a new organization that uses art to raise funds for SafePlace, which provides shelter for battered women and children. “Artists … Continue reading

Nanotech Internships Available

Austin American-Statesman – Nanotech Internships Available

Trustees Boost President’s Pay

Austin American-Statesman – Trustees Boost President’s Pay

ACC Expansion

Community Impact Newspaper – ACC Expansion

New Group Wants Goals for Central Texas Students

The Daily Texan – New Group Wants Goals for Central Texas Students

Women’s Health, Motivation, & Empowerment Conference This Weekend

Want to learn the importance of college, or how to build your self-esteem? Come to the Women’s Health, Motivation, & Empowerment Conference this Saturday, 8-2 p.m. at the ACC Eastview Campus. Distinguished speakers will include … Continue reading

E3 Alliance

The Austin Chronicle – E3 Alliance

Austin Community College Supports the World Community Grid

ACC is proud to be a partner with IBM in a unique project called the World Community Grid and encourages your participation. Since IBM created this opportunity a year and a half ago, more than … Continue reading

Facing Attrition Issues, Austin Energy Looks to ACC Power Technology Program To Fill Looming Gaps

Austin Energy officials expect more than 25 percent of their workforce to retire within the next five years. This means hundreds of workers will be needed to repair utility lines and meters, and to monitor … Continue reading

Samsung Has the Jobs — Do You Have the Skills?

Samsung Has the Jobs – Do You Have the Skills? While construction continues on Samsung Austin Semiconductor’s new plant, ACC is busy training Central Texans fill the jobs their investment will create. If the semiconductor … Continue reading

New Tuition and Fee Rates Approved for Fall

The Board of Trustees recently approved the new tuition and fee rates for fall 2006. In-district tuition remains the same at $39 per credit hour – the lowest among higher education institutions in the region … Continue reading

E3 Alliance to Target Workforce Training

Austin Business Journal – E3 Alliance to Target Workforce Training

Tech Job Rolls Explode After Dot-Com Bust

The Atlanta Journal-Constitution – Tech Job Rolls Explode After Dot-Com Bust

Promueven estudios técnicos en ACC para evitar escasez de trabajadores en sector eléctrico

Ahora Si – Promueven estudios técnicos en ACC para evitar escasez de trabajadores en sector eléctrico

Promueven estudios técnicos en ACC para evitar escasez de trabajadores en sector eléctrico

Ahora Si – Promueven estudios técnicos en ACC para evitar escasez de trabajadores en sector eléctrico

ACC Approves Budget

The Austin Chronicle – ACC Approves Budget

Calling All Austin Caregivers and Personal Attendants

Austin, TX – July 12, 2006 – Approximately 125,000 elderly and disabled Texans currently receive in-home care by trained caregivers and personal attendants. Although the need for these employees is great, their compensation and benefits … Continue reading

NanoScholar Internship Program

KUT 90.5 FM – NanoScholar Internship Program

ACC Approves Budget with Focus on Rapid Growth, Student Success

Hill Country News – ACC Approves Budget with Focus on Rapid Growth, Student Success

Austin Energy Seeks to Stave Off Critical Employee Shortage

Austin American-Statesman – Austin Energy Seeks to Stave Off Critical Employee Shortage

Help Wanted

Austin Business Journal – Help Wanted

Trustees Add 30 Full-Time Staff

Austin American-Statesman – Trustees Add 30 Full-Time Staff

Chip Plant Offers Training

Austin American-Statesman – Chip Plant Offers Training

ACC Board of Trustees Approves FY07 Budget With Focus on Rapid Growth, Student Success, and Retention

Austin, TX – July 6, 2006 – The Austin Community College (ACC) District Board of Trustees has unanimously approved a $159 million operating budget for the college’s 2006-2007 academic year. The balanced budget reflects a … Continue reading

Summer Camp for the Video Game Crowd

Austin American-Statesman – Summer Camp for the Video Game Crowd

ACC Approves $159M Budget

Austin Business Journal – ACC Approves $159M Budget

Video Games Seminar

Austin American-Statesman – Video Games Seminar

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