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Video+Story: EPCC Grants Scholarship for Children’s College

The El Paso Community College (EPCC) Pride Committee announced the winner for their “Draw Tejano Jack” contest, Jocelyn Nuñez, from Canutillo Elementary School.

“I am so excited to win this prize,” Jocelyn said, “I want to continue my education and become an engineer and design airplanes in the future.”

The winner was announced in a brief ceremony among faculty, classmates and principal from Canutillo Elementary as well as the Community College Pride Committee from EPCC.

As part of their pride celebration in April, EPCC invited fifth graders from five adopted elementary schools to submit a drawing of the EPCC mascot, Tejano Jack (TJ).

Five-hundred fifth graders submitted their drawings; A winner from every adopted school was selected to represent their district:

Kimberly Vidal – Douglass Elementary, El Paso ISD

Mia Cruz Ramirez – Ramona Elementary, Ysleta ISD

Oswaldo Ponce – Campestre Elementary, Socorro ISD

Leyla Garcia – Frank Macias Elementary, Clint ISD

Jocelyn Nuñez – Canutillo Elementary, Canutillo ISD

Jocelyn was the Grand Prize Winner of the EPCC Children’s College Certificate, which includes a scholarship to enroll in the Continuing Education Children’s College for the Summer 2018 semester.

Jocelyn Nuñez, Tejano Jack Drawing Contest Winner for scholarship to enroll in a Continuing Education Children’s College for Summer 2018

Grand Prize Winner EPCC Children’s College Certificate of Recognition Monday, May 7, 2018 at 10:00 a.m. at Canutillo Elementary #EPCCpride #TheBestPlacetoStart

Posted by El Paso Community College on Monday, May 7, 2018

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