CAST Tech will give students real world projects to tackle and surround them with the support and guidance they need to succeed.
The Eastside Education and Training Center will be a one-stop shop for access to job training, certification pathways, and degree completion.
The South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce announced Monday its 2016-17 City South Leadership Academy class, a group of 25 rising local leaders that will take part in a curriculum in community-building over the next eight months.
The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) received a $471,549 grant from the National Security Agency (NSA) on Monday to help fund the university’s initiative to train future cyber warriors.
The five Dallas police officers killed in July would still be alive if the Black Lives Matter movement didn’t exist, Texas Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick said Saturday, and he does not regret criticizing protestors for organizing the march against violence that ended in tragedy.
San Antonio’s future is bright.
Michigan-based web hosting and cloud services provider Liquid Web, which recently acquired Rackspace’s Cloud Sites business unit, is committed to expanding its offices to San Antonio’s tech district, and the City as well as the County are on board to create monetary incentives for the company – if the company meets certain conditions.
The new San Antonio Center for Visual Arts, a fine arts training facility, will open on Saturday with programs that will provide a multitude of opportunities for workforce development on the Westside.
Texas is an economic powerhouse, but needs to be proactive in developing its workforce in order to avoid the fate of once-great companies like Kodak, Woolworth and Sears, Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday.
We Texans are finally beginning to acknowledge the revolutionary trends that have been redefining the social and political agenda across America and are nowhere more clearly seen than here.