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We Have Degrees & Certificates for the Best Engineering Jobs of 2018

Hello! We’re talking a little more about U.S. News and World Report’s 100 Best Jobs of 2018 and how that relates to degrees and certificates offered at Dallas Community Colleges. Today’s subject includes jobs related to engineering technology and what you need to do to get started in those careers.

Bon Appétit: Become an Expert in the Kitchen at El Centro

Do you enjoy cooking or have a creative flair in the kitchen? Are you interested in an exciting career in culinary arts? If so, join the Food and Hospitality Institute at El Centro College in Downtown Dallas. El Centro is the only college of DCCCD that offers the Food and Hospitality program. This exciting program is designed to give students hands-on experience to prepare them for one of three exciting food service careers.

We Have Degrees & Certificates for the Best Health Care Jobs of 2018

It’s that time of year again: it’s time to talk about the U.S. News and World Report’s 100 Best Jobs of 2018! We’ll be breaking down the list by industry, and discussing which jobs you can get with training from Dallas Community Colleges, and showing you the expected job growth and annual mean salaries for these jobs in Texas.

Become a Smooth Operator: Register for Drone Pilot Classes in Dallas

You heard it here first: Students can learn about drones and even become certified drone pilots at the Geotechnology Institute at Brookhaven as part of the unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) remote pilot certification workshop. They are also offering a class on how drones relate to geographic information systems (GIS).

Make Sparks Fly: Become a Certified Welder in Texas

Welding is a sculptural process for fusing materials together, usually metals or thermoplastics. It can be both a technical skill and a creative art with various applications. And if you’re interested in starting a new career path, Welding Technology can help you train for immediate work… or spark a creative streak you might not know you have.

Stop Cybercrime in Its Tracks: Earn a Cyber Security Associate Degree

Cyber security risks are everywhere. That’s because electronic data leaves a trail, kind of like fingerprints. Whether you’re shopping online, reading a news article or even logging into your bank account, you’re leaving a series of breadcrumbs about who you are and where you’ve been. You can learn about those breadcrumbs and what they might mean to criminals through the Cyber Security program at DCCCD.

Reboot Your Career With a Computer Support Specialist Associate Degree

Thinking about a career change? IT jobs in Texas are in high demand, particularly as organizations continuously upgrade hardware, software and network equipment in order to keep up with quickly changing technology demands. But where do you fit into all that? Keep reading to learn more about how an education in Computer Information Technology can help reboot your career.