Whether your career goals are long-term or short-term, Texas State Technical College (TSTC) can teach you the technical skills to get a job to support you no matter where life takes you.
TSTC has program that can help you on your way to a high-demand, high-paying job. And, TSTC has 10 locations including Abilene, Breckenridge, Brownwood, Fort Bend County, Harlingen, Marshall, North Texas, Sweetwater, Waco, and East Williamson County.
Today, air-conditioning is used for comfort during hot weather, especially in Texas where the summers can be brutal. But according to Zippy Facts it wasn’t even invented for that reason. The fact is that the world’s first air-conditioning system was invented not to cool air, but to dry it! Find out more about this program at:
The Industrial Maintenance degree program is composed of an excellent blend of industrial electrical and industrial mechanical subjects. Find out more about this program at:
Industrial Systems could best be defined as the “jack of all trades” in mechanical applications for industries ranging hospital and health care operations to factories, clinics and more. It will be your job to keep facilities running, and to do this will require a broad range of skills. Find out more about this program at:
Are you a hands-on kind of person? A career in Welding Technology might be a great fit for you. Job opportunities are wide ranging. Find out more about this program at:
If you’re looking for versatility in a career, you’re definitely looking in the right place; getting your degree from TSTC in the Machine Technology field opens up limitless opportunities in the machining industry. Find out more about this program at:
Electricity plays a crucial role in today’s society. Just ask hospitals that depend upon it for life-saving equipment; cities that experience chaos in blackout conditions; or home bound citizens who need electricity for a vital communication link to the outside world. Find out more about this program at:
If you’re the kind of person who likes to get their hands dirty, literally, Diesel Technology might be your calling. This program will allow you the opportunity to roll up your sleeves and challenge mechanical and problem solving skills. You definitely won’t be stuck behind a desk in this career! Find out more about this program at:
All manufacturing of products, building of structures, subdivision layouts, or highway or street projects start with CAD drawings. Employment opportunities abound throughout the country. In fact, conduct an internet search for "CAD Jobs" and see the number of opportunities that exist. Find out more about this program at:
When it comes to solid careers, one of the best choices you can make is anything connected to computers and information technology. That’s because these days jobs in this industry are growing at a rapid rate – with no signs of slowing down anytime soon. Find out more about this program at: