Eleven San Jacinto College process technology graduates were recently hired as LyondellBasell plant operators, proving they have the training it takes to fill the skills gap in today’s petrochemical industry.
From sandblasting to nanoscience, one graduate’s journey from San Jac to Duke
The San Jacinto College process technology student team has done it again, capturing gold at the 2018 North American Process Technology Alliance (NAPTA) Troubleshooting Competition for the second consecutive year.
Eye care students knock test scores out of the park
San Jacinto College eye care students scored a 100 percent pass rate on the Ophthalmic Scribe Certification (OSC) exam with the International Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (IJCAHPO).
Graduates show they’re ‘Houston Strong’ at fall 2017 commencement
Undergraduate research will be on full display on Nov. 2 at San Jacinto College as three students present their findings and share experiences from their 10-week internships with the Rice University Institute of Biosciences and Bioengineering Summer Undergraduate Research Program.
Beauty breaking barriers: Jessica Escamilla, Ms. Wheelchair Texas USA
Conducting cancer research, this is how four San Jacinto College students are spending their summer as the only community college students accepted to the Continuing Umbrella of Research Experiences (CURE) program.
San Jacinto College process technology team captures first in the U.S.
Call them the troubleshooting dream team. San Jacinto College students Christopher Lopez, Hunter Hollis and Landon Duncan, and professor Kenneth Jackson captured first place at the 2017 NAPTA Troubleshooting Competition.
Serving alongside: Honoring military children, April concludes as Month of the Military Child
The Texas Medical Center is filled with what is regarded as some of the world’s best physicians and nurses, but there are additional medical professionals that help keep the Center’s highest standard in health care.
167 new ADN students graduate to enter Houston’s health care industry
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.
Popeyes awards scholarship for training of San Jac firefighter cadet
In addition to its famous menu, Popeyes recently served up a portion of its Houston-area restaurant sales to fund scholarships for aspiring Houston firefighters like San Jacinto College Firefighter Training Academy cadet Chelsea Sibrian
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