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Texas State Technical College

TSTC has a mission to facilitate and deliver a responsive technical education for which there is demand within the State of Texas.  Responsive to demand is key.  In today’s dynamic working environment, finding the skilled labor to meet advancing technology is critical, not only for growth in business production, but also for growth in city economies.  

Specialized industrial and technological skills will lead in future employment opportunities as the traditional manufacturing based economy becomes more streamlined and automated. Those with the skills will be in demand.  Being close to the resource that produces those workers will provide competitive advantage.

It is becoming evermore critical for employers to find employees with specialized skills.  It is also critical for institutions of higher education to produce graduates with these skills and be adaptive to changing business needs.

TSTC produces these students in Marshall, Texas, and can also offer classroom and onsite training for existing employees.  In many cases, coursework can be designed based upon a company's specialized equipment or processes. At no cost to employers, TSTC can assist in the application process for companies seeking potential training dollars.

Please see the links below to learn about TSTC opportunities or go directly to the TSTC Marshall Campus website:


Get a glimpse of what TSTC is doing in our community by viewing the videos below

Electrical Lineman

Cyber Security

Precision Machining


Industrial Controls

Drafting & Design

Business Management

Industrial Maintenance


TSTC is not alone in providing for the workplace of the future.  The following institutions located in Marshall are actively teaching both technical and traditional curriculum.  Click on their links to learn more.

East Texas Baptist University

ETBU, founded as the College of Marshall in 1912, has a focus on quality academic programs in the humanities, natural and social sciences, fine arts, Christian studies, education, and nursing among its 38 undergraduate majors and 7 graduate minors.  ETBU produces graduates ready for today’s workforce and is committed to Christian stewardship. They strive to provide and maintain an environment conducive to learning, leadership development, and academic excellence while serving students of varied ages and of diverse socioeconomic, geographic, cultural, ethnic, and religious backgrounds.   Learn more...


Wiley College

Wiley College, founded in 1873, has produced talented and inspirational alumni including civil rights leader James Farmer, chemist Henry McBay, and barrier-breaking fashion model Dorothea Church.  Featured in Denzel Washington’s “The Great Debaters”, Wiley initially focused on training teachers for careers at segregated black schools under Jim Crow laws.  Wiley is an HBCU Historically Black College and has expanded its reach to over 17 disciplines offering both associate and bachelor’s degrees to a unified diverse student body.  Offerings include natural sciences, social sciences and humanities, business, technology, and education.   Learn more...


Panola Junior College – MCC

The Marshall College Center is an off-campus site of Panola College offering academic, vocational, and continuing education classes.  Panola College, established in 1947 in Carthage, TX, was created to provide young people with the opportunity to earn the first two years of a traditional baccalaureate. College services offered have expanded greatly with a focus to provide excellence in teaching, engage students, and adapt the curriculum to meet the needs of the community.  The Marshall center, located inside the Marshall Mall, offers face-to-face courses and Interactive Television (ITV) courses transmitted from the campus in Carthage or the Shelby College Center in Center, Texas. Classes have expanded and to over 50 course offerings.  Classes are offered days and evenings to accommodate student schedules.   Learn more...

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