TCC Manufactures Welding Professions

July 22, 2019

The ability for students to work with their hands and build a variety of objects is why people enroll into the welding program at the Tallahassee Community College Kim B. Williams Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC). Dylan Sutton, the Welding Lab Assistant at the College said the small class sizes offered at TCC also attracts students who are looking for one-on-one training. Read More

Senior U.S. Department of Commerce Official Visits TCC and Makes Workforce Development Announcement

July 19, 2019

U.S. Assistant Secretary of Commerce for Economic Development Dr. John Fleming announced today that Tallahassee Community College (TCC) is receiving a $1.2 million grant to support the Welding Technologies Laboratory (WTL). The WTL project will provide a state-of-the-art “hands-on lab” for students taking welding courses at the College’s Kim B. Williams Advanced Manufacturing Training Center (AMTC) on TCC’s main campus in Tallahassee. Read More

TCC Provides Gateway to Early Childhood Career

July 15, 2019

Starting a career in childcare was not in Lisa Owens’ initial plan. But after having her first child, Owens’ decided to leave her job in sales to become a preschool teacher. “I thought about the things that I could do while being a full-time mom and still being employed,” Owens said. “I enrolled in TCC’s Early Childhood program and I befriended Program Chair Dr. Maureen O’Neil who helped me through the process. Read More

TCC Jumpstarts HVAC Career

July 8, 2019

After graduating from Lincoln High School, Austen Bentz took a traditional route when beginning his college experience at TCC. He enrolled in basic introductory courses such as English and Mathematics, but he found himself wanting more. As a result, he switched his focus to TCC’s HVAC program. Read More

Firefighting careers begin at TCC

July 1, 2019

Starting a career in firefighting was not a profession Gage Timmons thought was unattainable. In fact, his father was the person who guided him to protect and serve. “My dad just recently retired after 30 years of firefighting,” Timmons said. “I always wanted to follow in his footsteps and do what he did since I was a kid.” Read More

TCC Alumnus partners with the College

June 25, 2019

Tallahassee Community College (TCC) and William Wilson, a TCC alumnus and founder of Tallahassee-based Captiveyes Advertising® have partnered to provide campus messaging platforms such as indoor digital billboards and parking garage billboards. Read More

TCC Jumpstarts Sport Fitness Career

June 24, 2019

Former Austin, Texas police officer James Neal said he always had a love for the outdoors. Later becoming a double amputee, it didn’t stop him from continuing his passion of sports and mentoring, something he’s done for the past 25 years. Neal said after moving to Tallahassee to be closer to family he saw there was a need for the youth in the area which is why he started Tallahassee Warriors Football. Read More

TCC Announces Gift to Support the Wakulla Environmental Institute

June 18, 2019

TCC announced a new gift at the District Board of Trustees meeting on Monday, June 17. Read More

EMT career begins at TCC

June 17, 2019

For Ja’rel Dawson, enrolling into Tallahassee Community College’s Emergency Medical Services program was another certification that was required in order for him to begin his career at the Tallahassee Fire Department. His parents’ medical issues also led him to wanting to learn more about providing them with better care. However, TCC’s state accredited emergency medical technician program taught him more than anticipated. Read More

TCC Alumnus earns Prestigious Scholarship

May 31, 2019

Tallahassee Community College Alumnus, David “Gil” Damon is the recipient of the Gates Cambridge Scholarship which is a very prestigious international postgraduate scholarship. Damon graduated from TCC in 2015 with an Associate of Arts degree in Psychology. He later went on to receive his bachelor’s degree at Florida State University. Damon is from Wakulla County and attributes his interest in science and government from experiencing hurricanes and witnessing the federal and local response. Read More