Four Galveston College students were awarded Community College PetroChem Initiative Scholarships at the ExxonMobil Main Office Building in Baytown, Texas on August 3, 2017. The students and their guests were taken on a private tour of the ExxonMobil Refinery followed by the Awards Program and a Recognition Luncheon. The four students receiving scholarship awards were (left to right) : Keylan Mosley, 2nd semester Welding Technology, Patrick Lantz, 2nd semester HVAC Technology student, Victor Gomez and Isaac Jara, both 2nd semester Welding Technology students.Read More
Galveston College’s UnGala II Cabaret Au Lapin Agile-No Regrets Paris will thrill Islanders and near-Islanders alike on Saturday, October 14 at Galveston College. The event is planned for the College’s main campus in the Abe and Annie Seibel Foundation Wing from 6:30 until 10:30 p.m.
The magnificent Music Box Theater-Houston, professional performing arts troupe will perform custom-tailored music and comedy for the lucky 200 ticket holders who purchase tickets. It will be a “Port of Possibilities” songfest in almost every language ever spoken on Galveston Island and a few bawdy sea shanties for good measure.
The troupe will entertain with songs from the powerful contemporary musical Hamilton and other great American theatrical scores. Shearn’s Seafood and Prime Steaks, inarguably the most romantic haute cuisine on the Island, at renowned Moody Gardens Hotel, Spa & Convention Center will provide this year’s unequaled dining experience. Galveston College Culinary Arts students will work closely with master chefs for the College event. The UnGala Planning Group holds secrets close but there is a Cityscape and Country Day venue starting along about dusk plus entertainment and great food. And maybe a live auction trip or two to places that Francophiles love! Quebec? Montreal? New Orleans? Or even a Mediterranean cruise?
Un Gala II is dedicated in memory of Galveston College Regent, George Black. Black was a powerful champion for the College’s upcoming Nursing and Health Sciences Building. This fundraiser is being held in honor of his generous heart and loving spirit.
For tickets and sponsorship information, please call the Development Office at 409-944-1303 or 409-944-1306. You may also call the College’s Business Office at 409-944-1362.
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Galveston College’s Continuing Education Division graduated the 2017 Leadership Galveston class consisting of twenty-one professionals that experienced a seven session, three month exposure to aspects of Galveston Island’s government, community and history. Galveston College has coordinated the program in partnership with the Galveston Regional Chamber of Commerce that originated the program in 1984 through the inspiration of former Galveston College President John Pickelman. The Chamber ran the program for six years between 1984 and 1990, delivering many professionals to the political and community service arena in Galveston. Galveston College reinvented the program in 1995 and has now graduated 341 Leadership Galveston candidates over a twenty – one year period.Read More
May 22,2017 at 6:30 pm Galveston College’s Law Enforcement Academy Graduation will take place in the Abe and Annie Seibel Wing on the college’s main campus. Doors open at 6:00 pm.Read More