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  1. TCC Partners with Local Tech Startup to Utilize AI for Job Preparedness

    Tulsa Community College is partnering with Tulsa-based technology company, WriteSea, to implement artificial intelligence to enhance job search and career development processes for TCC students and graduates.


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  2. Applications Open for Small Business Leadership Development Opportunity

    The program is designed to enhance the capabilities of area small businesses funded by Cox and will include sessions on cash management, digital marketing, negotiation skills, and management.


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    Selfie of two TCC students in class
  3. Cybersecurity and Data Analytics Bootcamp Grads Ready for Jobs as Cyber Skills Center Graduates First Class

    The Cyber Skills Center at Tulsa Community College celebrated its first group of graduates that completed an accelerated, online 24-week bootcamp in either Cybersecurity or Data Analytics.


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    TCC Cyber Skills Center Graduate, Francisco Lara Loza with family
  4. TCC Selected for Prestigious National Initiative Connected to Workforce Development

    Tulsa Community College, selected by the Aspen Institute and the Community College Research Center, joins an elite group of community colleges from across the country for a first-of-its-kind initiative focused on improving students’ post-graduation outcomes.


  5. TCC Unveils New Website for Community Health Services

    Tulsa Community College has launched a new website,, for community members to access information about free healthcare services related to three academic programs.


  6. Cyber Skills Center Launches in Tulsa to Develop Diverse, Local Tech Talent Pipeline

    Tulsa Community College and Tulsa Innovation Labs, in partnership with edX, the global online learning platform from 2U, Inc. (Nasdaq: TWOU), and SkillStorm, launch the Cyber Skills Center.


  7. Expanded Training for the Growing Cannabis Industry

    The cannabis industry has exploded in Oklahoma, ranking ninth in the country for the number of jobs in the cannabis industry, according to a 2021 jobs report by Leafly, a cannabis investor group. That same report shows the industry employs more than 16,000 residents, which is more cannabis workers than construction workers.


  8. Tulsa Community College Joins Effort to Expand and Diversify the IT Workforce

    Tulsa Community College is partnering with CompTIA Apprenticeships for Tech, a program to increase the number of information technology workers across America and expand career opportunities to groups underrepresented in the tech workforce.


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  9. Aerospace and Cybersecurity Training Focus of Center of Workforce Excellence

    With a statewide focus of training individuals in two high-demand industries, Rose State and Tulsa Community College received the designation of the first Aerospace and Cybersecurity Center of Workforce Excellence in Oklahoma.


  10. Groundbreaking for Student Success and Career Center at TCC Southeast Campus

    Tulsa Community College President & CEO Leigh B. Goodson, joined by Board of Regents Chair Paul Cornell, Tulsa Mayor G.T. Bynum, and Tulsa City Councilor Anna America, broke ground on the Student Success and Career Center at the TCC Southeast Campus, 10300 E. 81st St. The $5.3 million facility is part of the Vision Tulsa package approved by voters in 2016.


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