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Celebrating Workforce Grant

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Texas Southmost College, SteelCoast Company and Texas Workforce Commission officials assembled with an oversized check for $283,325 from TWC's Skills Development Fund to TSC to develop 170 new jobs and upskill 80 others at SteelCoast on Dec. 2. Courtesy Image
 
Texas Southmost College, SteelCoast Company and Texas Workforce Commission officials assembled with an oversized check for $283,325 from TWC’s Skills Development Fund to TSC to develop 170 new jobs and upskill 80 others at SteelCoast on Dec. 2. Courtesy Image

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Texas Southmost College and the SteelCoast Company celebrated a $283,325 grant from the Texas Workforce Commission that will be used to create 170 new jobs at the shipbreaking company at the Port of Brownsville and upgrade the skills of 80 additional SteelCoast workers.TSC and SteelCoast officially accepted the grant in a ceremony at SteelCoast’s shipbreaking operations at the port, saying the jobs created will provide stable, well-paying jobs and improve the lives of Rio Grande Valley residents.

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