Program Spotlights

Earning potential high and jobs plentiful in rewarding field of respiratory therapy

January 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 assisting

January 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 1

November 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

Fabulous Fall Classes: Communication Design

November 11, 2016

Students in COM 252 work in teams to design every detail of the Visual Arts Center’s annual magazine 340 High Street from start to finish. 

TCC Theatre presents John Steinbeck’s “Of Mice and Men”

November 4, 2016

The public is invited to performances Nov. 17-20

Fabulous Fall Classes: American Regional Cuisine

November 3, 2016

TCC student chefs prepare dishes from New England

Fabulous Fall Classes: Marine Maintenance Mechanics

October 20, 2016

“We’re teaching them everything they need to know to work on pleasure craft and larger vessels.” – Abe Arispe, diesel marine professor

TCC’s veterinary assistant program earns national approval

October 18, 2016

Graduates now qualified to sit for Approved Veterinary Assistant exam

Professional communication degree opens doors for graduates in a variety of fields

October 13, 2016

TCC’s program is the only associate-level professional communication specialization offered by a public college in Hampton Roads.

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