August Student Spotlight

By Texas College
Friday, August 31, 2018

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Congratulations are in order for three Texas College students that completed summer internships in August, before returning for the Fall 2018 Academic Term.



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NAME: Cameron Charman


HOMETOWN:Katy, Texas


CLASSIFICATION: Senior


MAJOR: Business Administration


GPA: 3.22


CAREER ASPIRATION: Head of Business Development in the Oil and Natural Gas Industry


INTERNSHIP COMPANY: Epic Midstream (San Antonio, Texas)


TITLE: Data Intern


RESPONSIBILITY: Gather and organize data to insure pipeline construction, as well as scheduling and tracking completion of pipeline construction.


CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT: Baseball


FAVORITE THING ABOUT TEXAS COLLEGE: "I enjoy the inclusive environment, as well as, the small classes which promote a more personal learning experience."Image title

NAME: David Ortiz


HOMETOWN:Dorado, Puerto Rico


CLASSIFICATION: Senior


MAJOR: Computer Science


GPA: 3.47


CAREER ASPIRATION:IT Systems Administrator


INTERNSHIP COMPANY: Solutions Shared Services (San Antonio, Texas)


TITLE: Information Technology Intern


RESPONSIBILITY: Provide technological support to ensure productivity of the company


CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT: Baseball


FAVORITE THING ABOUT TEXAS COLLEGE: "I like the fact that Texas College didn't hesitate to make me feel right at home. The diversity and acceptance of all students, despite origin, is first class and the education is a priority."

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NAME: Mark Zuniga


HOMETOWN:Houston, Texas


CLASSIFICATION: Senior


MAJOR: Business Administration


GPA: 3.63


CAREER ASPIRATION:Head of Business Development in the Oil and Natural Gas Industry


INTERNSHIP COMPANY: BlackBrush Oil & Gas(San Antonio, Texas)


TITLE: Finance and Accounting Intern


RESPONSIBILITY: Review AFEs and budget to ensure fiscal operation of projects


CAMPUS INVOLVEMENT: Baseball


FAVORITE THING ABOUT TEXAS COLLEGE: "I love that the teachers care so much about our education and are willing to accommodate student needs to ensure our success."



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