With seven locations across Texas and an online program, Southern Careers Institute (SCI) focuses on vocational training. The school offers courses in welding, HVAC, the medical field, and several other job paths. Attendees can earn national and state recognized certifications.
Programs & Courses
Medical Billing and Coding
Computers & Technology
Computer Systems Technician
HVAC & Building Services
Construction & Architecture
Trucking & Transportation
1701 W. Ben White Blvd., Ste 100, Austin, Texas 78704
935 North Expy., Southwind Shopping Center, Brownsville, Texas 78520
Corpus Christi, TX
2422 Airline Rd., Corpus Christi, TX 78414
1122 Morgan Blvd., Harlingen, TX 78550
1500 North Jackson Rd., Pharr, TX 78577
San Antonio, TX (North)
6963 NW Loop 410, San Antonio, TX 78238
San Antonio, TX (South)
238 Southwest Military Dr., Suite 101, San Antonio, TX 78221
3700 S IH 35 Suite #100 Waco, TX 76706
Financial Aid Services
SCI employs a staff of financial aid officers to help applicants determine their eligibility. A student may qualify for the institute’s grants, scholarships, or other tuition assistance. Federal programs, such as Pell Grants, are also possible for qualifying candidates.
Attendees have access to SCI connect. In the portal, each student creates a profile that includes a resume and skill badges. They can even upload videos that show them performing job tasks. Employers who partner with the school use this function to post open jobs to users. Southern Careers Institute publishes a blog for helpful articles and career information as well.
Veteran and Military Services
Active duty and former armed forces members may be eligible for funding at Southern Careers Institute. Dependents of personnel could also qualify for military assistance programs. The staff is available to guide applicants through the paperwork and the process.
Former students will find many resources after graduating. Alumni can offer support to current and future attendees. The SCI Alumni Association helps graduates in need through mentoring. Aid is available to make sure grads succeed in their chosen trades.