STC and McAllen Chamber Creative Incubator Partner to Offer Fall Classes

South Texas College's (STC) Continuing Professional and Workforce Education Department (CPWE), in partnership with the McAllen Chamber of Commerce, will present a variety of art, dance, and music classes starting this April 2014 at the McAllen Creative Incubator. All classes are led by skilled teachers approved by STC Human Resources and are designed to encourage students to unleash their imagination.

Formal lessons are scheduled to be offered in a variety of media. Popular classes include oil painting, acting, scrapbooking, cake and floral decoration and even salsa and tango dance instruction.

“The McAllen Chamber of Commerce and STC are making an important contribution to cultural activities in McAllen,” said McAllen Chamber of Commerce Director of Arts Development Ivan F. Gonzalez. “We hope that this new project at the McAllen Creative Incubator will provide a valuable legacy to our community.”

For a complete schedule of classes and registration, visit STC’s Continuing Professional and Workforce Education website at or call 956-872-3585. It is important to note that although classes will be held at the McAllen Creative Incubator, registration for these classes takes place at the CPWE office in Pecan Plaza located at 2621 Pecan Blvd. in McAllen. The McAllen Creative Incubator is located at 601 N. Main St. in downtown McAllen.

With 31,000 students, South Texas College is the largest institution of higher education south of San Antonio. Dr. Shirley A. Reed is the founding president of STC, which consists of five campuses including the Pecan Campus, Technology Campus, Dr. Ramiro R. Casso Nursing and Allied Health Campus, Mid-Valley Campus, and the Starr County Campus, three centers, Continuing Professional and Workforce Professional Education, and eSTC Virtual Campus. To learn more visit

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