TCC, Republic Parking System partner to offer business apprenticeshipMarch 21, 2017
“Earn while you learn” working for a company with a national profile and an office in Virginia Beach.
TCC Theatre presents Jeffrey Hatcher’s “The Government Inspector”March 20, 2017
Student and community actors hone skills in spring production that opens March 31
Lay the foundation for a career in land surveying with career studies certificateMarch 17, 2017
“Who wouldn’t want to fly a drone all day long and come back and put that information into a computer system?” – Professor Chris Cartwright
Wired for learningFebruary 28, 2017
Professional wiring for modern homes and businesses is essential in today’s digital age.
Solar programming shines at Virginia’s Community Colleges with support from DominionFebruary 24, 2017
TCC has been a front runner in renewable energies training, establishing one of the first programs in renewable energy technologies
TCC-HRT relationship results in rebuilt engine for in-service busFebruary 17, 2017
“Students are getting great real-world experience and we’re getting a rebuilt engine on a pretty speedy timetable.” – Mike Glaeser, TCC diesel instructor
Earning potential high and jobs plentiful in rewarding field of respiratory therapyJanuary 12, 2017
“If you really want to help people, there’s a wide range of what you can do. It’s not just working in a hospital. You can work in home health care; you can be a teacher. You can work with the equipment itself. You can work with babies. You’ll never get bored.” – student Frank Grotti
TCC’s Center for Workforce Solutions offering sessions in clinical medical assistingJanuary 5, 2017
Students can earn an industry credential at a minimal cost
Gingerbread wow!December 14, 2016
TCC Culinary Arts students put their baking skills to the test by creating gingerbread houses that ring in the season and raise funds for CHKD.
Fabulous Fall Classes: Greenhouse Crop Production 1November 16, 2016
“Students learn beyond the lecture and textbook by getting their hands in the dirt. There is a great sense of accomplishment for them when they can step back and say ‘I grew that!’” – Andrea Tomlin, horticulture professor