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.
Healthcare offers numerous ways to serve patients, both frontline and behind-the-scenes,
that many people don’t consider.
TCC opened a new chapter in its history with the appointment of Zarina Blankenbaker,
the third president of TCC Northwest.
Story’s career is measured in decades of service to students–generations of them who
have passed through his history classes.
TCC graduates, their family and friends attended the Annual Spring Commencement ceremonies
at the Fort Worth Convention Center on May 16.
Quentin Johnson tells about his journey to graduation, wanting other students who
are struggling with a disability to know they are capable.
The process of making Dannon yogurt happens only through highly skilled workers—and
TCC delivers the training that helps make each bite possible.
Addressing the shortage of women in technology as a whole and all science, technology,
engineering and mathematics fields.
For many, working in higher education represents their life’s calling, based on their
aptitude and passion. For others, it is truly in their blood.
TCC hosts a number of first- and second-generation employees and for many, their legacy
endures long after they have left the College.
TCC students Amber Austin and Miriyana Villa tell about their journeys on the road
TCC Connect Campus makes college possible for non-traditional students through e-Learning
and Weekend College.
A new partnership between TCC and Oncor Electric will provide a new generation of
workers for the energy giant.
Rick Barras, Adjunct Instructor for IT Programs, shares tips on how consumers can
protect their identities from cybercriminals.
Culinary Arts instructors share recipes and tips for Eggplant Parmesan, New York Cheesecake,
Bajan Shrimp Curry and Barbados Sweet Bread.
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.
TCC faculty and staff are recognized for individual achievements and awards received
from January 2017 through July 2017.