ExxonMobil employees recently donated $45,100 to the Lone Star College Foundation to support the mission of providing student scholarships, funding college programs and building communities.
The gift was part of the Education Match program an employee giving campaign in which ExxonMobil matched donations 3-to-1.
“We are very grateful to the employees of ExxonMobil for supporting Lone Star College students,” said Dr. Stephen C. Head, LSC chancellor. “Their gift is an investment in the future of our students and our community.”
Employees with ExxonMobil and others relocating to the Houston area need look no further than The Meadows at Imperial Oaks for a beautiful home in an ideal location.
Coventry Homes recently opened a model home in the Spring development, located a few miles east of Interstate 45 and only five miles from the new ExxonMobil campus at Interstate 45 and the Hardy Toll Road.
(Houston, TX) –The Houston new home market continues to surge, motivating builders to focus on new construction. But due to lot constraints, builders simply can’t ramp up construction too fast, which is the number one reason Houston is faced with slowing paces. The Houston market has faced an overall lot shortage the last few years. However, Holcomb Properties, developer for Falls at Imperial Oaks, hasn’t felt the lot pinch during the real estate boom due to its 1,000 acre land expansion plan that will continue to build-out the master-planned community over the next few years.
Quick, what's the biggest change you've ever had to communicate? A merger or acquisition? Leadership change? Change in product or service lines?
Now imagine having Jim J. McDonald's job: managing all communications around the relocation of 2,000 employees from Fairfax, Virginia to Houston. A huge challenge? You bet. Doable? With a strategic approach and smart implementation, yes!
Join us for our January luncheon featuring guest speaker Jim J. McDonald, Project Executive, Fairfax Campus Transition Project, ExxonMobil.
At this Luncheon, you will learn:
HOUSTON (Feb. 28, 2014) – Lone Star College System, along with eight other community colleges of the upper Texas Gulf Coast, will have a major presence at the 2014 Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo March 4-23 at Reliant Park.
Representatives from each college will be located at the ExxonMobil Community College Petrochemical Initiative (CCPI) exhibit in the foyer of Reliant Center, between Halls A and B, ready to discuss job and career opportunities in the petrochemical and construction trades fields — and how to prepare for them.
HOUSTON – Nov. 5, 2013 - Women executives from ExxonMobil recently worked with girls at Bammel Middle School on skills to help take them from the classroom to professional success. The day began in the teaching theater where all the young ladies congregated to hear a presentation before breaking up into smaller groups and moving into classrooms.