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Trinity Valley Community College’s Iota Alpha chapter of PTK recently inducted 38 new members in a ceremony held in the Student Union Ballroom on the Athens campus on Sunday, November 11.

Trinity Valley Community College business faculty members Dorothy Hinds and Lindsay Simmons presented at the Region 7 Texas Business and Technology Educators Association (TBTEA) conference

29 members inducted in a ceremony held at Willow Springs Missionary Baptist Church in Edgewood.

Robert Brittain, a BS in Information Technology student and 2018 Todd Benson Scholarship for Leadership in Business and Management recipient, shares how the IT field can open new opportunities.

After Athens attorney Nancy Perkins pledged a multi-million-dollar gift in honor of her mother, Trinity Valley Community College officials on Monday dedicated the Pauline Knight Perkins Performing Arts Center.

A pair of Trinity Valley Community College educators provided entertainment on Tuesday during a Cedar Creek Lake Womens Club meeting.

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