Thousands of people benefit from TCC's ability to leverage its course curriculum to
meet the training needs of local businesses in Tarrant County.
The Perkins Grant ensures local workforce needs are met, preparing students for employment
in high-skill, high-wage or high-demand jobs.
The process of making Dannon yogurt happens only through highly skilled workers—and
TCC delivers the training that helps make each bite possible.
Toyota’s state-of-the-art automotive training program is heading to TCC South. This
is the 38th T-TEN program in the nation and the fourth in Texas.
TCC is one of 20 sites nationwide offering the Back to Work 50+ Program. More than
3 million workers who are 50+ are looking for full-time employment.
The Arlington Logistics Center by General Motors is well on track to bring 1,400 jobs
to North Texas, and TCC is helping support the workforce and training needs.
TCC and business partners take the lead in equipping the North Texas workforce for
a successful economy.
TCC's Career Services offices work directly with area employers to raise awareness
of job openings and meet the business community’s needs.
Tarrant Small Business Development Center (SBDC) provides the know-how to help entrepreneurs
start and grow their businesses.
Dedicated division responds to workforce development demand with value-based solutions.