EPCC well-represented at Triumph HS Career Day
Updated: Sep 5
EPCC Mass Communication Lab Assistant Sal Armas assisting student at the Triumph High School Career Day event.
Several EPCC departments participated in the annual Triumph High School Career Day Wednesday, May 17.
The Tejano Tribune student newspaper and Mass Communication department were joined by EPCC representatives from music, graphic design, STEM and Recruitment during the daylong event.
About 125 Triumph students strolled past a variety of display tables that also included NMSU, UTEP, U.S. Navy and Marines, El Paso Sheriff and several other area businesses and programs.
According to material distributed at the event, Triumph High School is an open enrollment public high school with campuses across Texas including two in El Paso. The 25-year-old charter school said in its promotional material they recently rebranded its name to Triumph to better reflect what they call “a different learning environment.”
The eastside campus, located at the corner of George Dieter and Vista del Sol, notes as its hallmark flexible morning and afternoon schedules while still requiring students to take and pass all state tests.