TBCC Partners with Rockaway Beach Fire Department to Train Local EMTs

In December, Rockaway Beach Fire Chief, Todd Hesse presented the National Registry of Emergency Technicians (NREMT) patch to three of six volunteer fire fighters who have completed the requirements through Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) to receive their EMT license through the State of Oregon. The fire department now has a total of eight licensed […]

Help Shape the Next Seven Years of Tillamook Bay Community College

Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC) is in the process of developing a new strategic plan that will carry the college forward for the next seven years. Over the next several months, the college will be asking community members to provide feedback, input and ideas on where they think TBCC should be headed in the next […]

Winter Term Registration Open

Campus Building

Registration is now open for winter term classes at Tillamook Bay Community College (TBCC). Students have from now until Jan. 9, 2022 to apply and register for winter term classes. Classes begin Jan. 10, 2022. New and returning students can view a list of course offerings online at tillamookbaycc.edu. Courses will be offered face to […]

Instructor Highlight: Rebecca Funk, ASL

Rebecca Funk, ASL Instructor

American Sign Language (ASL) is a natural language that serves as the predominant sign language of Deaf communities in the United States and most of English-speaking Canada. ASL is a complete and organized visual language that is expressed by facial expression as well as movements and motions with the hands. How did you come to […]

Join the TBCC Foundation for ‘Mildred Davy Day’ on Nov. 17

Mildred Davy

The Tillamook Bay Community College Foundation is inviting the community to join them in recognizing beloved radio personality Mildred Davy on Nov. 17 during ‘Mildred Davy Day.’ The Foundation will be hosting a special radio program at 9:30 a.m. on 95.9 FM to celebrate Mildred Davy and her contributions toward higher education, and to recognize […]

Resource Navigator Available to Help Students Apply for Benefits

Students at an ASTBCC Meeting

TBCC has added a new position in Student Services to help assist students in applying for available local, state, and federal benefits and resources. The Resource Navigator will be available to help refer students to additional internal and external resources to support them in a variety of ways including food insecurity, housing, childcare, healthcare and […]

TBCC Receives Title III Grant

Photo of the front of the Main Campus Building in Spring

Tillamook Bay Community College was recently awarded a Federal Title III Strengthening Institutions Grant. TBCC will be funded for $2.5 million over the next five years. The funds will be used to enhance the college’s ability to help students plan their education and career paths and improve student persistence and completion. This is the second […]

Tillamook County small businesses invited to free government contracting workshop

Partners for Rural Innovation Building

Tillamook Bay Community College Small Business Development Center (SBDC) and the Economic Development Council (EDC) of Tillamook County are hosting a workshop designed to help small businesses learn how to take advantage of new HUBZone certifications – and other SBA designations – to help secure government contracts.  The workshop will be held on Saturday, November […]

Instructor Highlight: Paul Letersky

How does a former secretary to J. Edgar Hoover, FBI Special Agent, Sky Marshall, Head of Security for United Airlines, and Vice President of Pan American World Airways arrive at Tillamook Bay Community College? It is a long story. A long, fascinating story. What inspired you to go into a career with the FBI? I […]

TBCC Foundation Awarded Grant to Support CTE Students

This fall, the Tillamook Bay Community College Foundation was awarded a $15,000 grant from The Roundhouse Foundation to support students enrolled in a Career-Technical Education Program. The grant helps cover costs associated with supplies and program fees. “The intent is to lessen the barrier for these students to participate in these programs,” said Britta Lawrence, […]