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"Education is the best legacy we can leave them" is what my parents always said and I think most parents think so. My husband and I study a university career, he has a degree in Engineering, I have a Bachelor's degree that have given us many satisfactions and we hope that our children will follow suit, that they will achieve a career and get the job of their dreams.
The College stage is a unique adventure that I would like my children to live; it's a time of study, but also of friends and fun; but the most important thing is to get a college degree, which can make a big difference in the money you will earn in the future, plus you will have more knowledge and more self-esteem.
Finishing High School is not everything, if you want to succeed, you have to be in constant preparation, always learning to improve, because as they say out there, it's worth more, the one who knows the most (and earns more).
Dallas County Community College District District, consisting of seven colleges, all are located in the Dallas County area:
- Brookhaven College.
- Cedar Valley College.
- Eastfield College.
- The College Center.
- Mountain View College.
- North Lake College.
- Richland College.
At Dallas Comunity Colleges you can get quality higher education at low cost, just $177 for a three-hour class if you live within Dallas County; they also offer repayment plans, financial aid and more than 250 scholarships.
Dallas Comunitty Colleges invites you to turn your dreams true, cheer up and apply here for admission.
Some of the careers in which graduates earn a good salary are:
- Interactive Simulation and Game Technology (game design).
- Digital Forensics.
- Geographic Information Systems Technology (GIS).
- Computer Information Technology.
- Radiologic Sciences.
- Diagnostic Medical Sonography.
Try the Dallas Community Colleges salary calculator, which helps you calculate how much money you need to live comfortably and which of the programs they offer can help you get that amount.
Options for high school freshmen
- If you've just graduated from High School and are considering studying the first two years at Community College and then transferring to a university; Dallas Community Colleges offers common trunk college courses to form a solid foundation for a bachelor's degree.
- Or if you prefer to study at Community College as an alternative to the University, Dallas Community Colleges offers one-year and two-year diploma certificates to start work as soon as you finish your studies.
Options for those who are already working and want to achieve a better job or job.
Whether you're working and want to move forward to a better position or want to improve to change jobs and get your dream job, Dallas Community Colleges offers training in a variety of careers like Project Management, Computer Information Technology and Small Business, plus information on salary increases and promotions in your position.
Dallas Community Colleges offers ongoing training and workforce training or training.
Check out here the list of programs offered by Dallas Comunitty Colleges, are more than a hundred!
Here you can see the map with the locations of the seven Dallas Community Colleges campuses.
Tour por Richland College
I had the opportunity to visit Richland College, one of the seven colleges at Dallas Community Colleges; I took my eldest children, took a tour of the facility and had a talk with teachers from the International Business and Hospitality, Exhibitions & Event Management careers.
During the tour of Richland College we were guided by a student from the Campus; We visit the library, STEM laboratories, Biology, Robotics, the gym, the cafeteria, sports fields, radio and television studio, etc.
We met the Richland College's Technology, Engineering and Advanced Manufacturing (TEAM) Center, a space with electronic engineering euipo, robotics training lab and different technology training salons.
Tour Guide, Richland College Student; showed us excellently the facilities of the Campus; such as the radio and television recording studio that Richland College students have, which allows students to train and practice the daily tasks of a professional journalist.
Hospitality, Exhibitions and Event Management
We chatted with M.T. Hickman, M.S. CMP, CPECP Lead Faculty Hospitality, Exhibitions & Event Management, who has run this program for 20 years.
The goal of this program is to provide a quality education that meets the needs of current and future students, develop professionals for the industry and prepare students for a successful career in the hospitality industry, exhibitions and events.
Students of the Hospitality, Exhibitions and Event Management race can find work in hotels and resorts, cruise lines, convention centers, banquet venues, visitor offices, sports arenas, destination management companies, airlines, etc.
"We have students working in different companies, when students graduate they can find work in the industry or continue their education at a university," Ms. Hickman said.
International Business and Trade.
We talk ed with Mr. Robert Chip Izard Program Coordinator and Faculty, Business and Management programs (Business Administration, International Business and Trade, and Management) about this race, I share some of what he told us:
"International Business and trade is a degree associates program that teaches everything about international trade. When the student finishes the program he has the business skills to work in companies in a variety of areas such as marketing, sales, customer service, etc." he said.
"Networking or networking opportunities for students is very broad, because there are many companies that are involved in foreign trade and they will have the opportunity to work with them, for example, one of our best interns (practitioners) was with the Mary Kay company, you'd be surprised how global this company is and we work with them up close, sending students to practice," Mr. Izard said.
"One thing we're proud of about our program is that students are surprised that what they learn in the classroom is what they apply at work," Mr. Izard said.
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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of DCCCD. The opinions and text are all mine.