Governor Greg Abbott now counseled the Texas Workforce Commission’s (TWC) award of more than $247,000 in Work and Education and learning for Texans (JET) grant funding to South Plains Faculty in West Texas. TWC Chairman and Commissioner Symbolizing the Community Bryan Daniel presented the verify for this condition-funded grant that will be utilised by the neighborhood college to assist obtain and set up automotive service and mechanical teaching tools for its Automotive Know-how Program.
“Texas remains an financial juggernaut for the reason that we often make investments in students to establish our hugely-expert, varied workforce,” claimed Governor Abbott. “Thank you to the Texas Workforce Fee for investing in South Plains College’s Automotive Technological know-how Method, bringing greater financial prospects for pupils in West Texas. With this grant, the school will be capable to equip learners with vital instruction essential to secure excellent-having to pay positions upon graduation and deliver corporations with remarkable staff members to use.”
Equipment obtained for the Automotive Technologies Software, together with automotive gasoline and diesel-run simulation module vehicles, will in the beginning prepare 70 college students and be utilized to put together much more college students in the upcoming through fingers-on studying. This grant funding will also permit the automotive facility to infuse present day simulated vehicle training at South Plains College’s Levelland and Lubbock campuses.
This award to South Plains University is the most recent example of grants that TWC will be providing Texas universities and faculties in the coming months, representing important expense in career and technical education and learning throughout the state.
Learn a lot more about JET grant funding.