Rosenberg was once known for its agricultural landscape and businesses and the petroleum industry. Today, Rosenberg industries have grown to include various technologies as evidenced by the number of technical colleges in the city. Rosenberg’s economy continues to grow against the backdrop of a charming city with a historic downtown.
Rosenberg is a medium-sized city in Texas with a high livability score. In fact, it is rated as one of the best places to live in the country. It ranks high in safety, cost of living, weather, housing, and education. Families move here either for a job or for the education of the children. Students who go to Rosenberg schools consistently score high in test scores — 75 percent, which is far higher than the national average. Housing is also fairly affordable in Rosenberg, the city has a very healthy real estate market.
When it comes to activities, Rosenberg delivers. Since the city is rich in history, it’s not surprising for activities to have something to do with its past. Do not miss the Historic Downtown District, the Rosenberg Railroad Museum and the Black Cowboy Museum. Antique-lovers will love Rosenberg’s many antique shops. Notable mentions are Red Queen’s Attic Antiques Gifts & Collectibles, Once Again, and Vogelsang Antiques. The historic downtown has a burgeoning art scene to cater to the artists in the city.
Rosenberg enjoys close proximity to the Brazos Bend State Park. Learn more about the natural history of the area with a guided tour. The park is 5,000 acres wide and offers fun activities for the whole family: fishing, biking, hiking, camping, birding, and star-gazing.
Our mission at National Communications Training Centers (NCTC) is to provide high-quality training to students to meet the fast-growing demand for fiber optic technicians. Unlike other technical schools in Rosenberg, we utilize a hands-on approach for greater student success. We want to graduate students that go on to become experts in their field.
After completion of the training program, you will receive certification from the Fiber Optics Training Association and Draka Fiber Optics as Certified Fiber Optics Technicians. In addition, we also help you with job placement in Rosenberg.
The NCTC Fiber curriculum is a 3-week 105-hour deep study in fiber optics technology, category 5 and 6 cables, and telephone systems. You can check our daily class schedule and if for information about financial aid, click here.