Articles tagged with "employees"
Three COM Employees Named to "40 Under 40" List
Three College of the Mainland employees were named to the inaugural Galveston Daily News 40 Under 40 list. The three “movers and shakers” include Sheena Abernathy, Matthew Busby and Sean Skipworth.
How COM crafts web courses
Margaret Cussen assists faculty in designing and creating courses online. She ensures both internet (fully online) and hybrid (50 to 85 percent online) courses are equal in content and quality to face-to face courses.
COM collects for Toys for Tots
Making smiles bright, College of the Mainland students and employees donated six overflowing boxes of new toys to the Marine Toys for Tots Foundation during the holiday drive.
Employees donate 1,000 pounds of food
Spreading holiday cheer, College of the Mainland employees collected and donated more than 1,000 pounds of nonperishable foods for the Galveston County Food Bank during a holiday drive.
Employees support Dickinson school
Continuing its work for local schools, College of the Mainland employee group COMPeers collected and donated 1,076 Box Tops for Education to the True Cross Catholic School in Dickinson.
COMPeers arms teachers with crayons and calculators
From shiny new markers for crafts to boxes of tissue for flu season, a College of the Mainland employee group aims to help teachers and students with a third annual supply drive.
COM employees donate to La Marque Elementary
COMPeers, a College of the Mainland employee group, coordinated a donation of 1,057 Box Tops for Education to La Marque Elementary. The Box Tops can be redeemed for 10 cents each for supplies for the school.
COM employees COM employees donate 1,005 box tops to Hitchcock Primary
Small actions added up to a big difference as College of the Mainland employees donated 1,005 Box Tops for Education to Hitchcock Primary.
COM employees donate to Heights Elementary
Small actions added up to a big difference as College of the Mainland employees donated 500 Box Tops for Education and 100 Labels for Education to Heights Elementary in Texas City.
COM group equips teachers for new year
The smells of new erasers and crisp notebooks thrill not only students but teachers as well. An employee group at College of the Mainland conducted a campus-wide drive and collected nine boxes of binders, pencils, tissues, glue and other supplies to stock Hitchcock ISD teachers' cabinets for a new school year.