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CCCC Dental Assisting Class of 2022

Sanford, NC – The Central Carolina Community College Dental Assisting Class of 2022 held its pinning ceremony on Wednesday, July 20. Class members – with home towns listed — are pictured, left to right: first row, Nuvia Guardado (Sanford), Avery…

CCCC announces Basic Law Enforcement Training graduates

Pittsboro, NC – Four individuals are among the most recent graduates of the Central Carolina Community College Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program. The graduates – with hometowns listed — are Conner Elizabeth Bussey of Pittsboro, Moises David Carvajal-Fernandez of…

CCCC announces dental hygiene graduates

Sanford, NC – Central Carolina Community College celebrated the 14th Dental Hygiene graduating class at the annual pinning ceremony on Wednesday, May 11, at the Dennis A. Wicker Civic & Conference Center. This group of students applied to the program…

Apply for Chatham SPARK program by January 31 deadline

Siler City, NC – The Central Carolina Community College Small Business Center, Chatham Chamber of Commerce, and Mountaire Farms have partnered on a new entrepreneur-development program that will introduce prospective and new business owners in Chatham County to the concepts…

Chatham County News Tweets: 9.6.21 – 09.12.21

Pittsboro, NC – Follow our affiliate Chatham County News Tweets here. Below is a collection of #ChathamNC tweets from last week: We’ve got to talk about the Rolling Stone ivermectin article. Turns out the story about rural hospitals so flooded……

Chatham County News Tweets: 8.30.21 – 9.5.21

Pittsboro, NC – Follow our affiliate Chatham County News Tweets here. Below is a collection of #ChathamNC tweets from last week: Chatham County News Tweets: 2021-08-23 – 2021-08-29 https://t.co/B0JjbWW9uT 08:00:06, 2021-08-30 The latest The Chatham County News Daily! https://t.co/ZjSfs9crY2 Thanks to…

CCCC offers NC Longleaf Commitment Grant opportunity

Sanford, NC – Eligible 2021 North Carolina high school graduates can have their tuition and fees covered at Central Carolina Community College for up to two years, thanks to the North Carolina Longleaf Commitment Grant. High school graduates may be…