TCAT network offers more than 70 occupational programs across state

Crossville – Volkswagen has donated 8 vehicles to Crossville Tennessee College of Applied Technology (TCAT), according to 25th district state representative and Tennessee Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton.

According to, there are 27 Tennessee Colleges of Applied Technology (TCATs) acoss the state and they are the “premier provider of workforce development strategies.” The network offers more than 70 occupational programs to help job seekers train for a career and help businesses build a skilled workforce.

@TCATCrossville will have the opportunity to have firsthand experience in automotive repair thanks to the generosity of Volkswagen, who donated 8 vehicles to the program,” Sexton posted on Twitter Thursday afternoon.

Donations – Volkswagen donated 8 cars to the Crossville TCAT.

Volkswagen Group of America’s 2013 corporate social responsibility report shows the automotive giant donated $10 million in charitable funding and in-kind donations (including Haiti relief) to groups such as Best Buddies International, the American Red Cross, the Boys and Girls Club of America and Habitat for Humanity, along with $7 million in contributions to education programs like TCAT in Tennessee and Virginia.

Photos courtesy of Tennessee Speaker of the House Cameron Sexton’s Twitter page.

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