AP) -- John Tyler Community College is being sued by three former surgical technology students who claim they can't find jobs because the school didn't obtain accreditation for the program.
What does JTCC stand for?
JTCC stands for John Tyler Community College (Chester, VA)
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We have 23 other meanings of JTCC in our Acronym Attic
- Joint Tactical Command, Control & Communications Agency
- Japan Transport Cooperation Association (est. 1973)
- Japanese Technical Communication Association
- Japanese Tissue Culture Association
- Jessamine County Trails Association (Nicholasville, KY)
- Journal of Theologies and Cultures in Asia (religious publication)
- JAA Type Certification Basis
- Joint Targeting Coordination Board
- Joint Training Control Board
- Japanese Touring Car Championship
- Joint Targeting Coordination Cell
- Joint Test Coordinating Committee
- Joint Transportation CIM (Corporate Information Management) Center
- Junior Touring Car Championship (Sweden)
- Joint Technical Configuration Control Group
- Japan Testing Center for Construction Materials
- Jaya Tirtha Charan dasan (minister)
- Jackson Township Community Education (Massillon, OH)
- Jersey Tai Chi Foundation (UK)
- Jim Turner's Conservative Forwards (political website)
Samples in periodicals archive:
She earned an associate degree in nursing from John Tyler Community College in Chester, Virginia; a bachelor of science degree in nursing from the Medical College of Virginia, in Richmond; and a master of business administration degree from Averett college in Danville, Virginia.
John Tyler Community College in Chesterfield County, Lord Fairfax Community College in northern Virginia's expanding western west Virginia have seen significant enrollment increases over the past five years.
He decided to attend John Tyler Community College in sub-urban Richmond, living at his mother's Powhatan home and working several jobs to save money while he figured out what he wanted to study.
Leonard, of Northern Ireland, and Mulligan, of the Republic of Ireland, are among 16 Irish men and women ages 18 to 22 who are spending the summer as guests of John Tyler Community College in Chester, Va.