Articles tagged with "machinist"
Jobs await COM mechanical maintenance students
Students in the College of the Mainland Mechanical Maintenance Technician Program find that their high-level skills can open doors even before graduation.
Grant at COM covers tuition for re-careering adults
Individuals looking to re-career or re-enter the workforce can receive assistance in reaching their goals through a College of the Mainland grant covering tuition and career services.
Date with Destiny at COM to show women career options
As industry jobs expand in the Gulf Coast area, College of the Mainland and other community college partners will host a career forum for women called “Date With Destiny, Texas” Oct. 8 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Double-Tree Hilton Hotel, Houston Hobby Airport
43 students receive scholarships to pursue petrochemical careers
With the Gulf Coast area petrochemical industry needing more than 50,000 new workers within the decade, nine community colleges have set out to find and train this next generation of skilled workers, enabled by a grant from the ExxonMobil Foundation.
COM machinist program trains for industry demand
From the titanium screws used in orthopedic implants to steel hardware, machinists craft the building blocks of our world.
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.