18 Students Accepted to College Catalyst Program

18 BISD Students Accepted to New College Catalyst Program
Posted on 05/16/2019
This is the image for the news article titled 18 BISD Students Accepted to New College Catalyst ProgramA total of eighteen Brazosport ISD high school students were recently accepted into the new Catalyst program at Brazosport College. This innovative program is a collaboration of the college and area school districts to assist students in obtaining high-skill, high-wage jobs in high-demand fields, while helping fill some of the local demand for skilled workers, such as process operators and instrumentation technicians.
 
The Catalyst program allows students to take a structured path toward the completion of an associate degree in Process Operations or Instrumentation Technology within one year of high school graduation or an applied baccalaureate degree in Industrial Management within three years of high school graduation.
 
The names of the students accepted into the program were officially announced during a signing event held at Brazosport High on May 6 and Brazoswood High on May 10, 2019.
 
Brazosport Catalyst Group
Brazosport High School:

Juan Calvillo, Eduardo Castaneda, Traymon Dixon, Osvaldo Hernandez, Bronson Kozak, Abel Oliva, Fabian Arredondo, Chase Cunitz, Noah Garcia and Adrian Moreno.

Brazoswood Catalyst Group
Brazoswood High School:
Gannon Blank, Keaton Fry, Noah Montgomery, Jose Ortiz, Christopher Watson, Christopher Albair, Cesar Colon and Fernando San Miguel.
 
Congratulations and best wishes to all of these students who are pioneering the new Catalyst program!
 
To learn more about the Catalyst program, visit www.brazosport.edu/catalyst or call (979) 230-3217.

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