Jessica Eiswald, TCC graduate and fire inspector for the City of Burleson, TX Fire
Department, is succeeding in profession dominated by men.
Striving to carry on her husband’s legacy, Keri Wilcox makes sure military-connected
students know TCC is here for them.
A TCC alum, who now holds a provisional law license, thanks a former TCC professor
for the foundation of his logical reasoning.
Early college high school exposed twins Andrea and Alondra Aleman to myriad career
One of TCC’s youngest-ever students now has her Ph.D. – at age 19.
TCC calculates path with cutting edge location technology program.
TCC prepares women to shatter stereotypes in non-traditional careers.
TCC grads become first father-daughter duo at Grapevine Fire Department.
High school chemistry teacher turns IT guru.
A fourth-grade teacher at Diamond Hill Elementary School strives to motivate and energize
his students, as professors at TCC did for him.
TCC alumna supports current and future radiologic technology students through service
Two female grads discover opportunities in non-traditional careers for women.
Alumnus spreads smiles through both his hobby and his financial support.
Hard work and investing in others have been two consistent themes for alumni and donor
John Frank and his wife, Judy.
As longtime residents of Tarrant County, TCC alumna Annie Mason, and her husband John,
are passionate about giving back.