Environmental & Safety

Harness the wind or electricity and learn how to manage these powerful forces. These well-paid careers are in high demand. At TSTC, you can build skills using state-of-the art training facilities to become a lineworker or an environmental technician. Your interests in these technologies can lead to a well-paying job.

Texas is synonymous with energy development.  Texas is the No. 1 wind energy generator in the country, producing ¼ of the national total and over 17.5 percent of all in-state electricity generation. Solar power generation is growing as well. And electrical lineworkers will be needed as long as we have electricity, so this career path is a good one. Choose your career, and harness your power!

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You're a detail-oriented person with the know-how, grit and communication skills to do what it takes to keep the workplace safe and healthy.
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TSTC Workforce Training offers non-credit courses for those who want to update their skills without enrolling in traditional college classes.
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Our Career Services team takes your future seriously. We work diligently to connect our highly skilled students and alumni to our ever-growing network of companies across the state. That’s why Texas State Technical College boasts such a high job placement rate.

Our staff also provides comprehensive career planning services. We help with resume and cover letter writing, job search, interviewing techniques, phone etiquette, and any other skill you need to land a great job. And with hire TSTC, our private online job board, students and grads have exclusive access to the best jobs in the state.

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Whether you’re a high school student, a full-time worker looking to make a career switch, or you took some time off from TSTC and are ready to come back, getting started is easy.

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September 27, 2021
New TSTC instructor embraces winds of change
(HARLINGEN, Texas) – The Texas State Technical College Wind Energy Technology program is welcoming back one of its own. David Wheelock worked on wind farms since 2014 — shortly after he graduated from the program at TSTC. This semester, he returned to TSTC to...
September 21, 2021
New TSTC lineworker cohort gets first taste of equipment, climbing
(ROSENBERG, Texas) – The Electrical Lineworker Technology pole yard and surrounding area at Texas State Technical College’s campus in Fort Bend County was abuzz with activity Thursday morning. It was equipment day: the first opportunity for first-semester students to get their hands on their...
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TSTC lineworker program trains students to be tough in high-risk, high-reward industry
(ROSENBERG, Texas) – What does it take to be a successful Electrical Lineworker Technology student at Texas State Technical College? According to TSTC lineworker instructor Troy Eads, a lot of common sense, drive, self-assuredness and athleticism, to name a few qualities. “I tell my...
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