STC promotes small business through Skills grant from Texas Workforce Commission

If your business manpower headcount is less than 100 employees, and is in good standing with the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC), your employees may qualify for the Skills for Small Business TWC grant through South Texas College.

STC in conjunction with TWC wants to inform small businesses in the Rio Grande Valley that there are a variety of different courses to improve the performance and profitability of their business operation.

The college offers courses that can be tailored to workforce, time availability, and skill levels to maximize results.

“Here at STC, we are dedicated to helping companies grow, become more efficient and productive. Ultimately, we help the economy here by doing so.,” said Carlos Margo, STC Dean of Industry Training. “The more we invest in local companies, the better the local economy does.”

Application process for the grant takes no more than two weeks from submission. Capacity is limited to 20 students per class, and will take place at STC’s Technology Campus located at3900 W. Military Hwy in McAllen. For more information contact: Jose Raul Ruiz at (956) 872-6141 or Leonel Garcia at (956) 872–6223.

For a complete Fall 2017 Schedule, please visit

https://www.southtexascollege.edu/manufacturing/pdf/Training%20Schedule.pdf

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