Articles tagged with "industrial"
Future pipefitters wanted
A new pipefitting program at College of the Mainland will prepare students for a rapidly growing career in refineries, manufacturing and power generation.
Jump into action as nurse, detective or welder at COM summer camps
High school students can investigate a crime scene, explore firefighting or learn about health care fields during hands-on career explorations camps this summer.
Grant gives petrochemical students fresh start
In today’s economy corporate changes can happen quickly, leaving longtime workers unemployed. A College of the Mainland grant is helping individuals train for in-demand jobs.
HVAC students prepare for in-demand field
Summer is coming and with it the need for qualified air-conditioning technicians.
New welding degree gives options
Giving students more career choices, College of the Mainland now offers students an associate degree in welding. The Associate of Applied Science is in addition to COM’s welding certificates and will allow students to move up in the field or teach in many community colleges.
Apply for a petrochemical scholarship
The ExxonMobil Community College Petrochemical Initiative is accepting applications for scholarships to cover books and tuition.
COM mechanical students will graduate with certificates, jobs
For Caleb Mauer and Velvet Hill classes at College of the Mainland have paid off before graduation.
Students become machinists, welders in COM camp
Putting out digital fires, creating machine parts and welding were all in a day’s work for students in the COM Industrial Trades Career Exploration Camp June 15-19.
Jump into action as nurse, EMT or machinist at COM summer camps
This summer high school students can climb inside an ambulance, discover how to use a fire hose or operate a lathe during hands-on career explorations camps at College of the Mainland.