Higher Education That Actually Gets You Hired

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It’s not just an advertising tag line ... it’s the reason nearly 80,000 students enroll in a Dallas Community College every semester.

Area employers count on DCCCD colleges to provide an educated workforce — one that is trained, accredited and ready to contribute. That’s why DCCCD offers training in more than 250 degrees and certificates that lead to in-demand jobs right here in DFW.

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Students' Career Success Is Our Goal

Whether our students are just getting started and looking to build skills for a first job, or are coming back to college to update skills that will help them get a promotion, our students want to know that the time and money they invest with us will pay off in career success.

When students come to a DCCCD college, they’re not just enrolling in college, they’re hiring a career coach to provide training that turns into jobs and degrees that lead to careers. And, most importantly, the skills resumé students build at DCCCD ensures they are on their way to the start of a successful career.


What Our Students Are Saying

John A. Salinas, RDCS
Cardiac Sonographer III and DCCCD Graduate
“I never thought I could even go to college. Now I have two associate degrees and a bachelor’s degree. Going to [DCCCD] taught me discipline and how to completely restructure my life as to what was most important.”

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TRANSCRIPT: When you go to a Dallas Community College, you’re not just enrolling in college… you’re hiring a career coach. With training that translates into jobs. Degrees that lead to careers. Dallas Community Colleges, higher education that actually gets you hired.

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Go Behind the Scenes

Check out our profiles on the real students of DCCCD featured in our ads and read about their experiences on-set.

Meet the Students
Uyen Vo
Interactive Designer and DCCCD Graduate
“The most important things I learned were resourcefulness and the hunger to learn, to do research and to keep learning. My bachelor’s degree was just a piece of paper. My real job skills came from my associate degree.”

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