As the first to market and a pioneer in the U.S. LNG industry, we know what it takes to succeed. Developing the next generation of LNG professionals is a challenge we embrace.
and a unique advantage
Our apprenticeship program attracts, trains and empowers local students to take the next step in a career in LNG. Partnering locally with SOWELA Technical Community College (in Louisiana) and Del Mar College (in Texas), colleges recommend high-performing students who meet academic requirements and possess a desire to work in field operations. Those who apply, complete the work and progress are rewarded financially with grants to offset the cost of tuition.
Your journey into LNG
Students begin a two-semester journey, which includes training, hands-on experience at the site and working with mentors. Working with experienced professionals at site and professors in the classroom, these students are evaluated along the way and provided feedback to help them succeed. Those selected work at our facilities and gain two years of experience in either process technology, instrumentation technology or millwright.
Ours is a competitive industry. Completing the classroom program means you’re eligible to apply for our year-long, site-based program that’s enriched with experience and state-of-the-art training for the LNG industry. Best yet, completing the program means you’re eligible to apply for any open direct-hire positions at the site and work alongside the experts who helped you succeed.
Our apprenticeship delivers a unique experience that combines education with on-the-job experience in process technology, instrumentation technology or millwright.
After completing one year of studies toward an associate’s degree, students are invited to apply. Those selected work at our facilities and gain two years of experience in either process technology, instrumentation technology or millwright. All applicants are required to meet and maintain GPA requirements.
After finishing the associate’s degree, students receive on-the-job training and additional technical training at one of our LNG sites. This hands-on training, alongside our experienced professionals, lasts for one full year.
After completing the required rotations, employees are placed in a functional area that aligns their interest and strengths with business needs and analyst skillset.
Locally focused, the program works in communities where our LNG sites are located. Currently, the program partners with SOWELA Technical Community College in Louisiana and Del Mar College in Corpus Christi.
Students from SOWELA work with members of our team at Sabine Pass LNG and students at Del Mar work with Corpus Christi LNG.