TCC culinary students learn to cook kosher for special eventApril 19, 2012
TCC chefs prepare dinner for 300 kosher style to help Temple Israel celebrate its rabbi's anniversary.
The latest in virtualizationApril 12, 2012
Information systems technology students heard about the latest developments in virtualization from experts in the field on April 6 at the Chesapeake Campus.
Studying the science of plantsApril 12, 2012
Students with an interest in plants, flowers, trees and everything green come to TCC to study Horticulture and prepare for a variety of careers from landscape design to greenhouse management.
Growing and learning: Horticulture students bring spring into focusApril 4, 2012
Horticulture students grow beautiful plants.
International programs: From here, go anywhereMarch 27, 2012
Go to Ireland, China, Brazil and Vietnam. Go to Honduras, the Dominican Republic and Guatemala. TCC’s International Programs make it possible.
TCC Computer Club named a 2012 Computerworld Honors LaureateMarch 27, 2012
Distinguished award recognizes humanitarian efforts, measurable results of applying technology to meet a specific social need.
TCC Theatre presents “An Evening of Short Plays”March 21, 2012
Performances: TCC Chesapeake Studio Theatre, March 28-31 and April 1, 5-7
TCC scores in competitive auto-skills contestJanuary 9, 2012
Auto program invited to HRADA annual Auto Show
Engineering program prepares students for the work aheadNovember 10, 2011
TCC's Engineering program mixes classroom knowledge with hands-on applications — and prepares students to transfer to four-year institutions as well.
Figuring the formula - class crunches mortarJuly 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.