BROWNSVILLE, Texas – Texas Southmost College President Jesús Roberto Rodríguez gave an interview to the Rio Grande Guardian International News Service about the new diesel mechanics and pipe fitting programs that are now available.

A ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by industry and community partners was held to officially open the labs. The in-demand courses start on Monday, January 23. To register call: 956-295-3724. 

In the video interview, Dr. Rodríguez said demand for diesel mechanics and pipe fitters is high.


Editor’s Note: This is the first in a two-part series on Texas Southmost College’s new diesel mechanic and pipe fitting courses. Part Two will be posted in our next edition.

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