DOL Ready to Work Petrochem Grant

DOL H-1B Ready To Work Petrochem Grant


**You are ineligible to participate if you have previously been on a DOL H-1B Grant that is currently active**



>>> Click here for a San Jacinto College Grant Application Packet <<<


(printable pdf)



Currently Accepting Applications for Summer Trainings




Upcoming Events:

Career Readiness Seminar    June 1, 2016
Mock Interviews  June 2, 2016

Professional Job Fair

June 22, 2016



 San Jacinto College Course Schedule


The DOL H-1B Ready to Work Petrochem Grant is an initiative that targets the petrochemical sector in the Gulf Coast area to provide training for positions that are in high demand for the industry.  A group of community colleges have come together to train long-term unemployed or underemployed workers through this grant. 


The training you could receive through this grant would prepare you for a career that falls under the High-Skill, High-Growth jobs targeted by the Gulf Coast Workforce Board.  Each college is partnering with local industry employers that are offering internships or straight employment.  Our goal is to link the two through job readiness seminars and job fairs to the participants of this grant.


  Qualification Requirements:

  18 years of age or older

  U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident

  Provide copy of high school transcripts or equivalent

  Long-Term Unemployed (27+ weeks) including those who are underemployed

  Provide Drug Screen and Background Check (Sponsorship is available at some colleges)


Note: Veterans’ preference will be given.


Are you ready to start on your career path?  Below is the list of college representatives that can assist you with the application process, understanding the grant requirements, and choosing a training and career path.


San Jacinto College- Oscar Treviño

College of the Mainland-Chris Hollman

Lee College-DeShawn Pitre

Brazosport College-Art Longoria


  Frequently Asked Questions


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*These programs are funded by a grant awarded implemented by the U.S. Dept. of Labor’s Employment & Training Administration. The information contained in this product was created by the grantee organization and does not necessarily reflect the official position of the U.S. Dept. of Labor. All references to non-governmental companies or organizations, their services, products or resources are offered for information purposed and should not be construed as an endorsement by the Department of Labor.*