Technical Career Institutes comes to Brooklyn

L to R President Bill Talbot, CEO John J MC Grath, Vice President Julia Daboin and faculty in the background
Photo by Arthur De Gaeta


Snip, snip hooray!

Technical Career Institutes opened its first Brooklyn school on March 26, when staff, pols, and students gathered at 1360 Fulton St. to snip the ribbons, and Standing O says “it’s about time.” The college, founded in 1909, has always been based in that other borough, Manhattan, and was made famous by its small class sizes and great teachers — and who can forget those awesome mid-afternoon commercials on channel 11. TCI has ranked in the top in the two-year college category in the nation for the past 11 years. Albert Wiltshire, chief of staff for Congressman Ed Towns (D–Fort Greene), told Standing O, “This is a major step for this area and community, and it is important that our children will have opportunities to learn and grow at TCI.” The new campus offers state-of-the-art classrooms and a great location.

Technical Career Institute [1360 Fulton St. at Pearl Street in Downtown, (212) 764-0320].

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