The Corpus Christi region is brimming with development. New industry continues to seek the shores of the Corpus Christi and La Quinta Ship Channels as prime location for growth.
At the heart of Corpus Christi industrial development are the people who work for these entities. As regional growth continues, a strong and competent work force is needed to ensure the success of our region in the future.
Del Mar College provides technical training for individuals who wish to pursue a successful career in process technology industries. With a donation of $250,000 to Del Mar College, Cheniere Energy has provided one of the largest donations in the schools history towards funding a hands on Process and Information Technology Pilot Plant.
The multi-billion dollar Cheniere Energy Liquefaction Project is in development along the La Quinta Ship Channel.
Read more from the Corpus Christi Caller Times: Cheniere makes $250k investment for pilot industrial plant
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A well established women's league in Corpus Christi has named Port Corpus Christi Commission Chair, Judy Hawley as an 'Honored Trailblazer'. Along with Mrs. Hawley, five other Corpus Christi women, including Corpus Christi Mayor Nelda Martinez, were honored for their service to the city and region.
The League of Women Voters was established in Corpus Christi 70 years ago. The Corpus Christi Chapter of the League of Women Voters mission is to provide active citizenship participation in government.
As the Corpus Christi League of Women Voters celebrated 70 years as an established organization in the community, they also celebrated the 95th anniversary of the 19th Amendment giving women the right to vote.
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To All PORT USERS:
Port Tariff 100-A, Item 669, Access to Port Authority Property, was amended on April 21, 2015 primarily to reflect the deletion of obsolete information, and to provide users with clarification on how to enroll their Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), free of charge, into the Port Security Command Center Access Control System.
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Strategically located on the western Gulf of Mexico, Port Corpus Christi is the sixth largest port in the United States in total tonnage. With a straight, 45' deep channel, the Port provides quick access to the Gulf, the United States inland waterway system and the world beyond.