Having the right skill set is more important than ever as Texans prepare to return to work. Lone Star College, a world-renowned leader in career and technical training, continues to lead the way in preparing students to enter the workforce of tomorrow. A forward-thinking institution, LSC constructed Workforce Centers of Excellence throughout the greater Houston area that focus on giving students the specific skills employers are looking for. Since 2017, LSC opened the following.

  • LSC-Montgomery Live Entertainment Technology Building
  • LSC-North Harris Construction and Skilled Trades Technology Center
  • LSC-Process Technology Center
  • LSC-Westway Park Technology Center
  • LSC-Transportation & Global Logistics Technology Center

These LSC Workforce Centers of Excellence include state of the art equipment that ensure students are being trained with the most up to date technology. Many LSC instructors come from industry, providing a real-world perspective on what students can expect when they enter the workforce.

“Having the right expertise is critical in today’s job market, and we’re grateful that the business community and our elected officials understand the important role community colleges play in providing that expertise,” says Kristen Baker, the Lone Star College Government Relations Director.

Workforce Education on Your Schedule

LSC has developed over 200 online Career and Technical Education (CTE) classes which gives students the flexibility to study at their convenience. Programs include Business and Professional Services, Computer/Digital Technology, Energy, Manufacturing and Construction, Health Sciences, Public Safety, and Education. Lone Star College CTE students can complete training online and then get hands-on training in an LSC Workforce Centers of Excellence which are adhering to regulations set forth by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to provide safe instruction to all students.


4-Year Degrees for Less

Lone Star College now offers bachelor’s degrees in Nursing, Cybersecurity, Energy, Manufacturing, and Trades Management. Students can take advantage of earning a 4-year degree close to home and at LSC tuition rates saving them thousands of dollars.  Students enrolled in LSC CTE programs can also earn Fast Track, non-credit workforce certificates designed for quick entry into the workforce. LSC offers select industry certifications that prepare a student for state, national or global industry-recognized credentials.

Lone Star College students have access to state of the art equipment that provides training with the most up to date technology.


Funding Available for High Demand Careers

Workforce Scholarships, provided through third-party vendors, allow eligible students to obtain the skills needed to successfully reenter the workforce. The scholarship can cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, supplies, and other related costs for individuals. Legendary rock band Metallica recently awarded Lone Star College $50,000 to help students find exciting new careers in manufacturing, health care and transportation. The Metallica Scholars Grant is not a loan and does not have to be paid back.

“Our Metallica Scholars have exceeded expectations and inspired us in more ways than we could have possibly imagined,” says Metallica’s Lars Ulrich.

Workforce Scholarships can cover the cost of tuition, fees, books, supplies and other related costs for individuals.

Lone Star Corporate College is Committed to Building Tomorrow’s Workforce

Lone Star Corporate College partners with global corporations to provide customized training, open enrollment courses, and professional seminars. LSCC focuses on the energy, computer technology, and advanced manufacturing sectors, but can also provide training for retail, hospitality, school districts, health care organizations, non-profits, and many other industries.

Forward thinking, world class, state of the art resources. When you put it all together, it is easy to see why so many students choose Lone Star College for their career and technology education. Learn more at LoneStar.edu.