Alumni Profiles

TCC culinary arts alumnus mixes up the ingredients for a successful life

March 24, 2017

“TCC was so much less expensive, and I got just as good, if not a better education because of the instructors.” – Nicholas Clark

High achiever thrilled with academics plus so much more at TCC

February 27, 2017

“Community college was a fantastic bridge between high school and a four-year university in terms of the professors, the coursework, the organizations and financially.” – Ashley Burcroff, who earned two associate degrees 

TCC a family affair for the Grices

February 8, 2017

“Because of my family, I only heard good things about the college. It was always going to be a TCC start for me.” – David Grice

Whether kitty or boa, TCC grad loves all that vet assisting has to offer

February 6, 2017

Two-thirds of TCC’s graduates in its inaugural veterinary assistant class earned jobs before they completed their internships, including Ana DeMello.

2 + 2 = college success for Virginia Beach City Councilman

February 1, 2017

John Uhrin, who earned his associate at TCC before transferring to Old Dominion, lauds seamless transfer process

From Naval officer to business owner in one year flat

January 31, 2017

“I absolutely credit TCC with helping me gain the skills needed to start my business.” – Trista Imrich

TCC sparked love of learning that led to three degrees

January 20, 2017

Joel Cox came to TCC for a second chance and found professors willing to be mentors.

Navy veteran on the road to success with cyber security degree

January 11, 2017

“The flexibility of the classes and the adult learners in class with me at night made it an excellent experience.” – Shawn Goodwin

Three TCC degrees later, alumna finds the perfect career

December 2, 2016

“Most people won’t get their dream job right out of college. But if you work hard and earn your degree you have a stepping stone to get to where you want to go” – Kim Mann

“I owe everything I have in my professional life to TCC”

October 17, 2016

Longtime Virginian-Pilot reporter Harry Minium planned to be a pipefitter. An English professor at TCC steered him in a whole different direction.

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