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MEXICAN CONSULATE GRANTS $28,000 TO COM FOR STUDENT SCHOLARSHIPS

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(Texas City)— The Consul General
of Mexico in Houston paid a call on
the College of the Mainland Board of
Trustees recently, presenting the college
a check of $28,810 for scholarships
benefitting COM students who
are Mexican nationals or of Mexican
origin through the IME-Becas program.
“Thanks to the partnership with
the College of the Mainland Foundation,
this generous donation provides
significant support towards funding
tuition, fees and books for students
beginning in the current spring semester,
as well as testing fees for
students in the COM adult education
program,” said COM Foundation’s executive
director, Mary Ann Amelang.
PHOTO CUTLINE:
International Partnership for
Education
Representatives of College
the Mainland, the Mexican
Consulate in Houston, and
student scholarship recipients
acknowledge receipt of a
$28,000 grant from the Consulate.
From left right: Trustee
Alan Waters, Trustee Melissa
Skipworth, Trustee Don Gartman,
Consul General of Mexico
in Houston Oscar Rodriguez
Cabrera, COM President Dr.
Warren Nichols, student Bellanira
Arteaga, student Kimberly
Vega, COM board chair
Kyle Dickson, COM Foundation
Executive Director Mary
Ann Amelang, Trustee Bennie
Matthews, and Trustee Rosalie
Kettler.

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