The Texas Institute of Jewelry Technology, a division of Paris Junior College, will offer a unique four-day class, Counter Sketching and Rendering. The class will be held from August 17-20, according to Shannon Calloway, TIJT instructor.
Honoring two Paris Junior College journalism students and a retiring instructor was the first order of business for the PJC Board of Regents Monday evening.
The Northeast Texas Consortium of Colleges and Universities (NETnet) has received a major award from the Texas Distance Learning Association. Chosen as the 2009 Outstanding Institution for Commitment to Excellence and Innovation in Distance Education, the Consortium provides curriculum and technology support to fifteen public colleges and universities in northeast Texas, including Paris Junior College. PJC President Dr. Pamela Anglin was recently installed as Chair of the Northeast Texas Consortium’s Board of Directors.