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The EDGE summer program uses hands-on experience to spark high school students' interest in engineering. Read More >

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EDGE Program Sparks Interest in Engineering

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Former SGA President Becomes 1st Student Trustee

San Antonio College student, Jacob Wong was selected Wednesday, April 30, to serve as the student trustee on the Alamo Colleges Board of Trustees. Wong now becomes the first student trustee to serve on a community college board of trustees in Texas. 

Wong was selected by the Student Government Association (SGA) at San Antonio College to represent the student body. Each college in the district was able to select one representative. The board then interviewed each representative and ultimately chose Wong and an alternate. Rudy Padilla, a culinary arts major from St. Phillip’s College, will step in for Mr. Wong, if needed. 

As the student trustee, Wong will serve as a non-voting student liaison to the board and chancellor, representing students’ interests at board meetings and other district meetings. He will serve a one-year term beginning May 6, 2014 through April 30, 2015. 

Wong will undergo trustee training. And, in recognition of his service on the board, he will receive a $300 scholarship at the beginning of both the fall and spring semesters.  

Wong is expected to graduate in May 2015 with an associate’s degree in psychology. 

At San Antonio College, Wong has served as a psychology club president, vice president for SGA and as the SGA president in 2012-13. During the 2013-14 academic year, he served as an ex-officio member of the SGA Executive Committee.  

Wong said there were really good candidates going for this position and he is honored for being chosen to serve the district student body. 

As the student trustee, Wong says he wants to be able to utilize the connections he has to increase communication with board members, the chancellor and students at all of the Alamo Colleges.  

“I will no longer represent just one college. I must represent all colleges in this new position,” he said during an interview. “This is a learning process,” he continued.  

When asked about his goals for the next year, he said he hopes to complete his term with a good framework, something for the next trustee to follow.  

He believes that he can deliver messages without being controversial or confrontational by communicating in a respectful manner. He aims to be collaborative, but he knows this position holds a lot of weight and importance, and he wants to serve the role as it is intended: to be a voice for the students.