TCC SE partners with US Army to connect community with STEM careers

Tarrant County College Southeast, in collaboration with the U.S. Army, will connect the community with careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM)  during two community days this summer.

The community will join with participants in various TCC STEM camps to explore the U.S. Army STEM Trailer and two tents set up with games. They also will hear from Army professionals on June 19 and July 17 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. on the lawn in front of TCC Southeast at 2100 Southeast Parkway in Arlington.

U.S. Lt. Colonel James E. Zoizack, four staff sergeants and retired TCC campus Army veterans will share their experiences and provide demonstrations. Arlington City Councilman Marvin Sutton and TCC Board Member Michael Evans are among community leaders expected to participate.

The Community Day is being held in conjunction with STEM camps that TCC Southeast is hosting throughout the summer. Registration continues until the first day of camps in June and July. It is the latest event that meets the College’s commitments to serve the community as one college in a student ready environment.

June STEM camps include:

STEM camps in July include:

Community partners for the Community Day include the YMCA and the Boys and Girls Club. Each will bring participants in their summer programs to experience STEM career firsthand.

For more information and registration details, look for STEM Camps on the TCC Youth Programs page.