Del Mar College students studying in areas related to the petrochemical field will have another opportunity to access funds to cover their education and training. Earlier today, Jan. 26, representatives from Phillips 66 presented a $10,000 STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) check to assist five students enrolled in courses full-time (12 hours or more) focused on the petrochemical workforce.
“Phillips 66 is pleased to be able to support Del Mar College scholarship recipients with our grant,” shared Brian Moore, Projects Director at Phillips 66. “We support fundamental literacy education and STEM skills critical to advancing energy solutions and invest in education because an educated workforce drives the world’s economic future.”
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