Northeast Lakeview College was appointed to be the lead college for the Central Texas Technology Center, located at 2189 FM 758, New Braunfels.

Alamo Colleges District worked in partnership with the New Braunfels Economic Development Board and the Seguin Economic Development Board to bring the Central Texas Technology Center to serve New Braunfels, Seguin and surrounding area residents.

According to the Alamo Colleges District, the facility provides higher education and technical skills training to promote employment opportunities in high-demand occupations. Offerings at the facility include vocational nursing, academic core courses and other classes.

Acquiring the Central Texas Technology Center will allow Northeast Lakeview College to better serve residents in these communities with enhanced access to higher education and expanded programs, according to a March 27 release.

“This is a tremendous honor for us,” Northeast Lakeview College President Veronica Garcia said. “We are excited to have the opportunity to serve the greater New Braunfels and Seguin areas. As residents of these communities, we are keenly aware of the region's growing economic and workforce demands, and are committed to ensuring our communities receive the highest quality education and training necessary to meet these demands.”

Northeast Lakeview College is one of the five colleges within the Alamo Colleges District, which has been working to service growing regions in the area.

“The Alamo Colleges District is pleased to continue our service in one of the area’s fastest-growing regions,” Alamo Colleges District Chancellor Mike Flores said. “There’s a tremendous value in this partnership to the New Braunfels and Seguin communities and alignment to the education and workforce needs. Students who live in the area will continue to have the opportunity to study high-demand, high-wage career paths under the Alamo Colleges umbrella close to home.”

Over the next few months, Northeast Lakeview College leaders will meet with community partners, business leaders, and other constituents through meetings and focus groups that will help guide programs and offerings to best serve this growing community, according to the release.

More information about the transition as the process continues can be found here.