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 Workforce News

"Passport to Your Future" brings 120+ youths to campus
Events planned at Wakulla and Gadsden Centers, main campus
Adult Ed program now accepting students for Fall 2016 courses
Six start-ups participating in Business Incubator Program
TCC offers day, evening and online GED preparation courses
Williams was a leader of the initiative that created the center in 2010
Facility to be renamed in honor of Kim B. Williams
7:30 p.m. on April 30 at Tucker Civic Center
Requirement lowered from 150 to 145 retroactive to 2014
Event to take place on Friday, May 6
Commitments will support comprehensive services at TCC Gadsden Center
Complements morning offerings
Proclamations, building openings and more scheduled
College to close until January 4
Activities will focus on program completion
College maintains certification for seventh consecutive year
First annual event to feature community partners
Over 40 colleges and universities to present
Come to TCC on August 17 or 18 to sign up
Apply online, then come to Center for Workforce Development August 13 or 20 to register for class
Legislative-themed lunch and learn panel will feature refreshments for members
Houston-area administrator/lecturer excited to join TCC staff
Only college to receive the grant this year

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