Tag: Central Carolina Community College

Deadline to apply for Chatham entrepreneurship program is January 31

Pittsboro, NC – The Central Carolina Community College Small Business Center and UNC-Chapel Hill’s Innovate Carolina have partnered on a new entrepreneurship development program that will introduce potential business owners to a proven process for starting a business. The 10-week…

Get ready for Spring 2023 at CCCC

Pittsboro, NC – Recover from the holidays with some life-enriching nature exploration around Chatham County through Central Carolina Community College. Join Chatham County nature-enthusiast and instructor, Andy Upshaw, for Birding Beginning and Plants, Birds, Rocks and Things in spring of…

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…

SPARK program holds graduation for spring 2022 class

Siler City, NC – The Central Carolina Community College Small Business Center presented seven participants from the spring 2022 SPARK entrepreneurship program with certificates on Tuesday, May 3, at the CCCC Siler City Center. One participant was awarded $5,000 in…

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…

CCCC’s Chatham Cottage auction set to begin June 19

Pittsboro, NC – The Chatham Cottage, handcrafted by Central Carolina Community College students enrolled in the college’s Building Construction Technologies and Sustainable Technologies programs, will be up for auction beginning Saturday, June 19, 2021, via an online auction platform, charityauctionstoday.com. The…

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…