Administrators from the United States Maritime Administration (MARAD), along with staff from United States Senators John Cornyn and Ted Cruz, recently visited the construction site of the Maritime Technology and Training Center.
Maritime Technology and Training Center Summer 2015 progress update
San Jacinto College recently offered a five-week basic computer course to participants at the Cleveland-Ripley Neighborhood Center in Pasadena. A reception was held for those who completed the course, some of whom received job offers because of their new computer skills.
Boeing and San Jacinto College to provide students with work opportunity
The Boeing Company and San Jacinto College have entered into a partnership to give students an opportunity to serve as technical aides to support the company's work on the International Space Station (ISS).
Chase and San Jacinto College send first group of graduates into workforce
It’s been one year since San Jacinto College and Chase developed a pilot program to recruit high school students into college training programs. Last month, the program’s first group of graduates walked across the San Jacinto College commencement stage.
San Jac Certified: Dr. Grant personifies the value of education
Professionals with prior experience in information technology (IT) may be eligible to take cybersecurity certification courses free of charge, thanks to assistance from the IT3 grant by the U.S. Department of Labor.
San Jacinto College receives grant for industrial maintenance and millwright training
At the site of 3700 Old Highway 146 in La Porte, Dave Allen stands, taking in the view of concrete piers that will support the 45,000-square-foot San Jacinto College Maritime Technology and Training Center.
Training according to immediate oil and gas needs moves graduates into workforce
San Jacinto College maritime students and the region's maritime industry were on full display recently for the Southeast Maritime and Transportation (SMART) Institute, funded by the National Science Foundation.
San Jacinto College joins ExxonMobil Community College Petrochemical Initiative at Houston Rodeo