A group of women took to the stage at the recent Date with Destiny conference to empower others seeking careers in petrochemical. For some in the audience, it was their first time to meet women operators.
Thanks to ExxonMobil, $45,000 in scholarships were recently presented to 34 selected students from across the nine community colleges that make up the Texas Gulf Coast Consortium of Community Colleges and the Community College Petrochemical Initiative.
Fitness and career coaching lined up for August at Community Education Center
The Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) recently awarded a $135,838 Skills Development Fund grant to San Jacinto College, DuPont Bayport Plant, and PolyOne Corp., for the training of 148 new and incumbent workers.
Texas Gulf Coast community colleges to host conference for women in petrochemical
Nine Texas Gulf Coast community colleges, working as the Community College Petrochemical Initiative (CCPI), will address these issues and more during the Women in Industry: Petrochem Conference on Friday, Feb. 19.
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