SAN ANTONIO- Lisa Vazquez Vigil has joined the College for Health, Community and Policy as a Research Program Manager for a Title V grant, titled “La Reforma FRoM COVID-19 to Graduation.” Lisa was a part of the University Career Center for the past 4.5 years, serving as a Senior Career Consultant.
“I am grateful for Lisa’s dedication to our students. I know she will continue to have an impact on HCAP students,” says Dionne Davila, Assistant Director of Career Development.
A five-year, $3 million Title V grant, titled “La Reforma FRoM COVID-19 to Graduation,” written by Dr. Alberto Cordova, Associate Dean for Undergraduate Student Success in the College for Health, Community and Policy (HCAP) has been awarded by the Department of Education. Lisa is on board as the Research Program Manager, to assist with meeting the grant goals.
“My time at the UCC, working with so many students, our team, departments across campus, and our CEL as a whole, prepared me unequivocally for my new role. By serving our UTSA campus through various initiatives, and programs, I was able to build the skills and relationships to carry out the La Reforma Grant objectives,” says Lisa Vigil.
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The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) University Career Center’s mission is to assist all Roadrunners in discovering, pursuing, and achieving their unique career goals. The University Career Center provides students with information and resources on how to be marketable in today’s workforce.