TCC News

TCC scores in competitive auto-skills contest

January 9, 2012

Auto program invited to HRADA annual Auto Show

TCC graduate finds animation work in Hollywood

November 16, 2011

 "Shrek" yeah! Computer science graduate works for Dreamworks.

Gabriela Toletti: Professor of Spanish

November 15, 2011

Gabriela Toletti, professor of Spanish, brings a rich combination of cultural awareness and innovative teaching to the classroom. 

Engineering program prepares students for the work ahead

November 10, 2011

TCC's Engineering program mixes classroom knowledge with hands-on applications — and prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions as well.

From TCC to fighting terrorism

July 13, 2011

Naval officer's TCC degree in information systems technology jump-started his anti-terrorism career.

Award-winning photographer got his start at TCC

July 3, 2008

Rich-Joseph Facun began his relationship with TCC as a “young punk and teen father” – to use his own words. But, feeling responsibility to support his child, he left college to work, trying a range of jobs, always interested in learning something new. Now he describes himself as a “photographer who makes his living as a photojournalist.

Figuring the formula - class crunches mortar

July 2, 2008

Students in TCC’s masonry technology class got a first-hand look at historical mortars by testing four samples from the Museum of Bangor Maine, with the intent of determining original mortar properties for re-creation by the museum.

From a small town to the Navy to TCC and new career

April 7, 2008

Going to college was never discussed around Johnny Moye's dinner table, as farming or factory work were the main employment options during the mid-1970s. That he would someday be named Virginia High School Technology Education Teacher of the Year never entered his mind.

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