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MLK Campus: (210) 486-2330
Location: Center for Learning Resources (CLR)

SWC Campus: (210) 486-7023
Location: Building 1-C123

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Employee Giving

SPC Gives

Miguel A. Maldonado

Mr. Maldonado is an Automotive Technology major who received a scholarship to help him with his studies. He is appreciative of the scholarship as it will help him purchase the tools needed to complete the program.

EGC Student B

SPC Gives

Miguel A. Maldonado

Mr. Maldonado is an Automotive Technology major who received a scholarship to help him with his studies. He is appreciative of the scholarship as it will help him purchase the tools needed to complete the program.

EGC Student A

SPC Gives

Destiny De Leon

Ms. De Leon is a Business Administration major who received a scholarship to help her with her studies. She is very grateful for the opportunity as she is a full-time student and mom.

St. Philip's College employees support the annual Employee Giving Campaign. Employees are encouraged to pledge funds towards St. Philip's College and Alamo Colleges scholarships and programs, and the United Way.

St. Philip's College strives to increase private donations from individuals and foundations to provide needed programs and scholarships for students and support community organizations. Please help us reach our goal! We are asking employees to participate in the 2014 Campaign to bring us to our goal of 33%. The six-week campaign starts on Sept. 22 and ends on Oct. 31, 2014. Together we can make a difference.

Thank you for giving!

Your generous support of this year’s Alamo Colleges Employees Giving Back means that deserving students with genuine needs will have access to a life-changing education provided by the Alamo Colleges Foundation Funds. Many important community-based social services will be made possible by United Way of San Antonio and Bexar County. The Fund will support arts and cultural events. These services will touch and transform countless lives in the months and years to come. You make this success possible and we thank you!

Coordinators

St. Philip's College
Sandra Gonzalez-Lamb
486-2387
sgonzalez-lamb@alamo.edu 

District
Pamela Tyler
485-0221
ptyrone@alamo.edu 

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uway

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