Stories and Features
Free workforce training available for unemployed and incumbent workers through Ready to Work grant
Unemployed or incumbent workers may qualify for free training at San Jacinto College through the H-1 B Gulf Coast Ready to Work Petrochemical grant, funded by the U.S. Department of Labor.
Electricians pursuing certificates and degrees to become marketable for hire
The Houston region is known to run up quite the electricity bill. With seven major sectors, it's to be expected. This leaves electricians busy with industries asking for more.
World Rabies Day low-cost pet vaccinations scheduled for Oct. 3
Eighth annual World Rabies Day low-cost pet vaccination event returns to South Campus on October 3.
Employers to visit San Jacinto College to find right candidates for jobs
San Jacinto College is shaking up the way career fairs are held by bringing employers directly to the students studying for careers in their industries.
Training at San Jacinto College helps entrepreneur to expand AC business
Demand for HVACR technicians is always high
World Maritime Day calls for awareness of educational needs throughout industry
World Maritime Day is Sept. 24, and this year's theme revolves around the mission of the San Jacinto College maritime program.
Studies show college degrees lead to higher earnings
Many well-paying jobs require only a community college credential
Engineering associate degree program sets path for student success
Engineering associate degree program sets foundation for high-demand STEM careers.
National Hispanic Heritage Month events scheduled across San Jacinto College district
National Hispanic Heritage Month is just around the corner, and San Jacinto College has scheduled a list of events that are open to students and the public.
Companies seek industrial technology graduates for processing and maintenance jobs across oil and gas industry
What is happening with oil and gas prices and employment on the upstream side of the industry means a very different situation for those working downstream. The industry may have made headlines in recent months but companies continue to experience a workforce shortage.
September and October concerts to feature music from around the world
A highlight will be a performance by the internationally acclaimed European Guitar Quartet
Drafting students will design using industry-level software Intergraph awards San Jacinto College $1.98 million grant for CADWorx software
Engineering design graphics students will get hands-on training using CADWorx, a widely used industry pipe drafting software, in a new advanced pipe drafting course.
Students meet and greet at SJC Slam
Annual event allows students to mix, mingle, and learn about services and resources
Concert to feature renowned mezzo-soprano Jamie Barton
Barton will collaborate with the award-winning Ars Lyrica Houston
Bayshore Medical Center volunteers celebrate 50 years by giving $50,000 toward San Jacinto College scholarships
This year, 50 is the magic number for the Bayshore Medical Center volunteer auxiliary. The group is celebrating its 50th years of service by giving $50,000 toward San Jacinto College scholarships.
4 San Jac students receive scholarships to pursue training for petrochemical careers
43 community college students in total receive scholarships
San Jac Certified: Stylist on the fast track to success
‘There’s more to cosmetology than brush, curl, and lipstick’
$25,000 donation helps San Jacinto College provide workforce training
"Working together leads to a better future for our students, their families, and our community"
Board of Trustees calls for bond referendum
$425 million proposal to be on the Nov. ballot
San Jacinto College students research the Orsay virus and 5-HTP at Rice University
Two San Jacinto College students earned their spots to the Rice University Summer Undergraduate Research Program for research training in biosciences and bioengineering.