TCC’s Professional Pilot Program has more than 290 students pursuing a degree or certificate,
with about half receiving some type of veteran benefit.
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.
Forty-two programs at TCC enable students to achieve necessary credentials within
a year or less, putting them on the fast track to rewarding careers.
A tuition-free model blends high school and college coursework, with eight schools
serving more than 3,000 students to date.
Carlos Rovelo, instructor of history and government, discusses how social movements
prompt the examination of rights and values.
TCC’s inaugural Learning Symposium captured more than 10,000 distinct data responses
from participant insight and feedback.
Through the Mastery of Teaching Institute (MTI), TCC faculty are enthusiastically
engaging in the scholarship of teaching and learning.
Through its Logistics & Supply Chain Management program, TCC is preparing students
for the evolving supply chain field.
TCC’s Aerospace Manufacturing Training Program creates a pipeline of workers with
the basic qualifications and skills needed to enter the aerospace manufacturing industry.
For an organization with as vast an environmental footprint as TCC, attention to details
translates into a significant and positive impact for the community.
In an era of socially polarizing issues, the Office of Institutional Diversity & Inclusion
helps the TCC community find common ground.
TCC’s career pathway in cybersecurity is the initial target focus of a one-year, $250,000
grant from JPMorgan Chase Foundation.
A TCC alum, who now holds a provisional law license, thanks a former TCC professor
for the foundation of his logical reasoning.
In honor of Mental Health Month (May 2018), TCC’s mental health faculty share tips
on taking care of yourself and others.
Culinary Arts instructors share recipes and tips for Croque Monsieur, Chocolate Chunk
Cookies, Coconut Curry Pumpkin Soup and Peaches and Cream Pie.
A fourth-grade teacher at Diamond Hill Elementary School strives to motivate and energize
his students, as professors at TCC did for him.
Renee Ware, a computer analyst at Lockheed Martin, became a loyal donor to student
scholarships after her own daughter’s experience at TCC.
TCC faculty and staff are recognized for individual achievements and awards received
from August 2017 through March 2018.
An agreement between TCC and the Fort Worth Transportation Authority allows students
to ride free on any of the 38 bus routes in Tarrant County.