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TWC awards over $166k in grants to STC and Hidalgo ISD

TWC awards over $166k in grants to STC and Hidalgo ISD

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MCALLEN, TEXAS – South Texas College, Hidalgo Independent School District (HISD), and Texas Workforce Commission (TWC) united for a check presentation benefiting student workforce training for careers in manufacturing and healthcare Thursday, March 28.

The purpose of this grant is to provide equipment and instruction for students in manufacturing and pharmacy technology career fields.

TWC awarded over $166,000 for the High Demand Job Training Grant and the Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) Grant.

In partnership with TWC and McAllen Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) the $71,520 grant awarded to STC will train 60 incumbent and new workers in industrial maintenance and industrial robotic automation.

For the full article, visit: https://texasborderbusiness.com/twc-awards-over-166k-in-grants-to-stc-and-hidalgo-isd/?fbclid=IwAR05OHrdyCKlz8kdDEajaAULv7eB3xrh9i2OYrmE8n51PPpoa0iWYulk58U


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