“They’ll actually be generating a drawing of their chosen city using that skill,” she said.
The overall goal, according to the teachers, is to get those involved in local communities and real-world issues into the center andconnected to students to work on solutions.
Eric Bryant, assistant director of communications and marketingfor the college, said that high school students are able to take up to 20credits at the campus starting in either their junior or senior years. He alsoexpressed optimism when he talked about the center’s ability to cater tocurrent and future workforces in technology.
HVCC as a whole has an enrollment of nearly 14,000 students, andis invested in distance learning initiatives and workforce training. Thec ollege has more than 65,000 alumni.
For more information, or to make an appointment to speak with anacademic advisor, call the college’s Office of Continuing Education, Summer Sessions and Workforce Development at 629-7338.