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College Hosts First…

Northeast Lakeview College requests business and community input at the first in a series of Community Listening Sessions
Community Event - Schertz Feature

College Hosts First Community Listening Session


Northeast Lakeview College hosted its first in a series of Community Listening Sessions on June 26.  Their purpose is to allow elected officials and community and business leaders to share ideas on the current and anticipated educational and workforce training needs for the community.

The sessions will be held in each part of the college’s service area and will include business leaders, elected officials, and economic development representatives.  Attendees will participate in facilitated conversations to identify anticipated needs for the growing community and  the college.

The June 26 session focused on the college’s service area of Guadalupe County and the Schertz Chamber partnered with the college on the event.  The next session will be held on September 11 and NLC is partnering with the North San Antonio Chamber to ensure attendance represents all facets of the area.

Located in the Austin-San Antonio corridor, the institution is positioned to contribute to economic growth in the area. These listening sessions  will allow Northeast Lakeview College to anticipate and develop future academic programs and workforce training that will meet the demands of the area.

Additional sessions are being scheduled through late Summer and early Fall 2014.

View additional photos from the event here