HalloVISTA 2023 is on FRIDAY, October 20 – 5:30 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. Activities begin at 5:30 p.m. and end at 7:00 pm when the movie begins. The audience for the event is the community, current and prospective students, faculty and staff. Every year we’ve had
Our mission at the Alamo Colleges District is to Partner, Assist, and Transform foster and adopted students towards Higher Education. The P.A.T.H. program is designed to empower students through advocacy efforts, mental health counseling, and self-sufficiency with the use of the 7 Life Domains. In collaboration with Bexar County, local universities, and partnering agencies; P.A.T.H.
NVC DEI Professional Development – Moving Diversity Forward All are Welcome! Join Zoom Meeting https://alamo.zoom.us/j/95582037826 Look in Alamo Talent to sign up and get Credit Topic: The March workshop will highlight Women’s History Month presentations and panels. This year’s theme for International Women’s Day is Embrace Equity. Our main speaker Julienne Knowles will share
Lux Musicae Chamber Ensemble Emmanuel Godoy, Artistic Director Date: Wednesday, March 29 Time: 7:30pm Admission: Free Admission Location: Palmetto Theatre ‘Experience the complete musical production of William Walton’s Facade set to Edith Sitwell’s ecclectic/avant garde poetry. Walton includes elements of Jazz, popular song and dance styles mixed with traditional “art” music.’ Presented by Northwest Vista College Music Sponsored
Northwest Vista College is committed to creating a suicide-safer community for students, faculty and staff. We aim to provide critical response to people struggling in order to save lives. Applied Suicide Intervention Skills Training (ASIST) is a two-day Suicide First Aid interactive workshop to help participants recognize when someone may have suicidal ideations and develop
In an effort to promote diversity and inclusion, the Northwest Vista College Library is launching a movie series dedicated to issues on justice, equity, diversity and inclusion (JEDI). Dubbed the JEDI Cinema Series, the events will occur on Thursdays from 2 – 4 p.m. in Redbud Learning Center (RLC) 118. Beginning on Thursday, Jan.
PURPOSE To deepen NVC faculty and staff’s understanding of historical and modern racial trauma of African Americans and reflect on current structural racism in our country to better serve each other and our students. TENTATIVE TRIP SCHEDULE Day 1 – San Antonio to Whitney Plantation & Spend the evening in New Orleans Day 2- New Orleans to
Northwest Vista College Interim President Debi Gaitan will host Cafecito gatherings over the coming weeks and months to renew relationships, discuss things that matter most to you, and enjoy a coffee break…together! They will be at different locations around the college in hopes faculty and staff can make it to one or more. The first