Local Articulation


Welcome & Contacts

Welcome to  Southwest Texas Junior College's Outreach program, where you can get all the information you need to get ahead.  

Local Articulation is a partnership between SWTJC, area high schools, and local businesses aimed at preparing students for an increasingly competitive job market.

Offering programs in six different fields, high school students have the opportunity to earn FREE college credit towards an Associate of Applied Science degree at SWTJC.

Contacts
 
M Torres
C Silva
      M Garza

Michelle Torres
Director of Outreach
mvtorres@swtjc.edu
(830) 591-7321
(830) 591-4182 (fax) 

Connie Silva
Outreach Coordinator
csilva@swtjc.edu
(830) 591-7262
(830) 591-4182 (fax)

Mayta Garza
Administrative Assistant
mgarza16714@swtjc.edu
(830) 591-7390
(830) 591-4182 (fax)   

Office Location:

Southwest Texas Junior College
Joe Richarz Administration Building (Upstairs)
2401 Garner Field Road
Uvalde, TX 78801 

Office Hours: 
Monday - Thursday: 8 am to 5 pm
Friday: 8 am to 4 pm


Programs & Courses

Programs:

Administrative Information Technology
Automotive Technology
Child Development
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice
Management
Welding 

Courses:

Articulated Courses 2016 - 2017
Articulated Course Descriptions 2016 - 2017 


CATEMA

Career and Technology Education Management Application (CATEMA) manages information relating to courses, classes, school districts, high schools, teachers, counselors, college registrars, college advisors, and students.

CATEMA Login Page


Resources

CATEMA Resources:
Setting up teacher account
Setting up student account
Simple Student Enrollment
Approving students
Inputting grades
Adding comments

Six Year Plans:
Administrative Information Technology
Automotive Technology
Child Development
Computer Information Systems
Criminal Justice: Basic Peace Officer Option
Criminal Justice: Criminal Justice Option
Management

Links:
Study guides and strategies
SIDS Final Powerpoint

Online Resources:
Child Development Curriculum Committee Meeting PowerPoint Links
Texas Education Agency (TEA)
Texas Workforce Commission (TWC)
Career and Technical Education (CTE)
911 Trainer - 1 (800) 830-8228


2016 Criminal Justice Competition Winners

Criminal Justice Competition Logo

Sit Ups (Males) 1st – Austin Strameski – Lackland Security Forces Post 820
  2nd – Adan Garcia – Weslaco High School
  3rd – Daniel Torres – PSJA Southwest Team Elite
   
SitUps (Females) 1st – Jazmin Prado – Webb County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 197
  2nd – Alex Valdiviez – John Marshall High School
  3rd – Natalie Escobedo – Del Rio Freshman High School
   
Push Ups (Males) 1st – Ismael Franco – Crystal City High School
  2nd – Rudy Herrera – Eagle Pass South Border Patrol Explorer Post 925
  3rd – Juan Vasquez – Eagle Pass North Border Patrol Explorer Post 921
         Rolando Moreno – LBJ High School
   
Push Ups (Females) 1st – Mary Jaramillo – John Marshall High School
  2nd – Samantha Prado – Webb County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 197
  3rd – Jasmine Prado – Webb County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 197
   
Fingerprinting 1st – Briza Hernandez – United High School
  2nd – Juanita Ortiz – Judson High School
  3rd – Krystal J. Salinas – Del Rio Freshman School
   
Patdown, Frisk
Search & Arrest
1st – Joshua Argniio – Edgewood ISD Police Explorer Post 968
        Luis Martinez
  2nd – Rudy Herrera – Eagle Pass South Border Patrol Explorer Post 925
         Greg Fernandez
  3rd – Braxton Searle – PSJA ECHS “TACSAR TEAM”
         Anthony Salinas
Crime Scene 1st – Manny Flores; Joshua Mendoza; Chris Benavides; Jessenia Garcia – United High
        School
  2nd – Amy Garcia; Dennise Silva; Melinda Perez; Yarely Tijerina – PSJA North ECHS
  3rd – Hector Rodriguez; Gerardo Huerta; Erick Zamarripa; Randy Vidal – Eagle Pass
         South Border Patrol Post 925
   
Felony Traffic Stop 1st – Greg Fernandez; Cesar Olveda – Eagle Pass South Border Patrol Post 925
  2nd – Zoe Beltron; Franklin Alcala – Southside High School
  3rd – Marco De La Torre; Jesus Gonzalez – Weslaco High School
   
Domestic Violence 1st – Rudy Herrera; Cruz Becerra – Eagle Pass South Border Patrol Post 925
  2nd – Kassandra Saenz; Francisco Gallegos – United High School
  3rd – Rebecca Moran; Julian Almaguer – Eagle Pass North Border Patrol Post 921
Criminal Justice Quiz Bowl 1st – Marissa Schultz; Courtney Pride; Kazhari Ray; Kerrianne Tuckwood – Judson
         High School
  2nd – Elaine Oyama; Akaza Flores; Audrey Raabe; Karina Palacios – Del Rio Freshman
          School
  3rd – Rebecca Patterson; Austin Stromoski; Ivette Olmeda; Demin Smith – Lackland
         Security Forces Post 820
   
Building Search 1st – Ian Sides; Amber Ybarra; Ezekiel Martinez; Juan Flores; Rudy Guzman; Dakota    
         Flanagan; Andrew Gonzales – Lackland Security Forces Post 820
  2nd- Gabrielle Quintanilla; Ricardo Munoz; Gustavo Castillo; Noah Morales; Victor
        James; Victoria Messenger – Southwest Post 3055
  3rd – Jesus Serna; Jacob Prew; Cody Prew; Marco Cavazos – JB Alexander High
           School
   
1 Mile Relay 1st – Robert Riojas; Jonathan Martinez; Mark Lara; Tony Barrera – Weslaco High
         School
  2nd – Robert Sacedo; Victoria James – Lackland Security Forces Post 820
  3rd – Jose Martinez; Jesus De Luna; Alex Benavides; Gilbert Rodriguez – Eagle Pass
         CC Winn High School
   
100 M Run (Males) 1st – Jay Miller – Judson High School
  2nd – Alex Benavidez – Eagle Pass CC Winn High School
  3rd – Kevin Elizalde – Eagle Pass South Border Patrol Explorer Post 925
   
100 M Run (Females) 1st – Franki Rodriguez – Southwest Post 3055
  2nd – Samantha Prado – Webb County Sheriff’s Office Explorer Post 197
  3rd – Valeria Martinez – Eagle Pass CC Winn High School

2015 Criminal Justice Competition Photo Gallery

Photo Gallery