The spring 2020 challenge of Victoria Faculty journal options present and former college students and the way VC has helped them of their journeys.
The 20-page journal, which is being distributed all through the Crossroads, additionally highlights a Victoria Faculty school member, VC’s Academy of Lifelong Studying, an instance of how VC college students give again to the group, enlargement of VC’s industrial trades amenities, a coaching partnership between VC and an space highschool, and VC’s Alumni & Pals group.
The publication was produced by VC’s Advertising & Communications Division with contributions from school and employees.
“Residents all through the Crossroads started receiving the journal final week, and we’re already receiving optimistic suggestions from people who’ve loved studying the tales that spotlight how Victoria Faculty helps enhance lives and strengthen communities,” mentioned Darin Kazmir, VC Advertising & Communications director. “In the course of the making an attempt occasions by which we stay because of COVID-19, we hope that others will take the time to examine some wonderful people featured on this publication and discover some motivation to maintain working towards their targets.”
The journal’s cowl story is about Victoria Faculty graduate Brie Irons, who took dual-credit lessons at Victoria Faculty’s Gonzales Heart whereas attending Gonzales Excessive College. Irons went on to acquire a bachelor’s diploma in enterprise administration from Texas A&M College and shortly realized her dream of proudly owning her personal bakery in Gonzales.
“It was an honor to look on the duvet of the spring 2020 journal,” Irons mentioned. “I hope my story conjures up others to take programs at VC. Whether or not you begin or end at VC, a neighborhood school is invaluable.”
The publication additionally options Victoria Faculty geology professor Matt Weiler, the 2019 recipient of VC’s Distinguished Instructing Award, current Regulation Enforcement Academy graduate Tammy Oliver, and California engineer Erica Ortiz, who graduated from VC in 2008.
The publication could be seen on-line at VictoriaCollege.edu. A hyperlink to the journal is on the web site’s homepage.