Texas Petrochemical Careers

Special Professional Session – Women in Industry Conference

Thursday, February 22, 2018 from 1:oo PM – 5:00 PM

This half-day special professional session will begin with registration and lunch at 1:00 p.m. with opening sessions beginning at 2:00 and the day concluding with a large networking session title, “Conversation Career Chat” hosted by BASF. The sessions are all packed with information about petrochemical and industrial trade careers from women working in the industry and the specific skills necessary for these careers. Attendees will learn what it takes to obtain a position and how to develop your own career.

High Paying Jobs For 2-Year Degrees

Wherever you live or work along the upper Texas Gulf Coast, you’ll find state-of-the-industry workforce training at your nearby community college! The Community College Petrochemical Initiative, funded with a grant by ExxonMobil, consists of community colleges and school districts in the greater Houston and Texas Gulf Coast area, each providing skills training for the region’s businesses and industries.

To learn which college has a degree or certificate program in the area of your interest, click on the college’s logo appearing on the following pages. Scholarships are available for technical degrees! Want to learn more about the petrochemical industry? Check out our sister site PetrochemWorks.com.

Petrochemical teaching jobs are available at member colleges of TGCCCC. Most require real job experience, and candidates can be trained to instruct students. All petrochemical teaching jobs can be found at this JOBS.NET page.

Lee College in Baytown, Texas, is the lead institution in the Community College Petrochemical Initiative. For information, contact the college’s Center for Workforce and Community Development at 281.425.6311, or www.lee.edu/workforce.

 

 

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