Articles tagged with "mmt"
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.
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.
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 mechanical students will graduate with certificates, jobs
For Caleb Mauer and Velvet Hill classes at College of the Mainland have paid off before graduation.
COM mechanical students recruited by industry before graduation
Jose Hinojosa, 20, of Texas City, and Jason Lynch, 40, are three classes from graduation from the College of the Mainland Mechanical Maintenance Program but their in-demand skills have already landed them jobs as second-class machinists at Sun Edison paying $35.14 per hour.
$347,210 in equipment to boost COM mechanical program
Five mills, three lathes, rigging equipment and more add up to $347,210 in new equipment for College of the Mainland students training to become mechanical maintenance technicians.