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Dr. Louisa Ayafor is now practicing with Vidant Medical Group at Vidant Behavioral Health - Ahoskie.
Only a few seats remain for the Beaufort County Community College Foundation trip to Durham to see the award-winning stage production of War Horse during the first appearance by the national touring company in the Triangle.
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees will meet in a special session with the Beaufort County Board of Commissioners at 8:30 a.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19, 2012 in the Multi-purpose Room of Building 10 on the BCCC campus.
The tournament is an annual fund-raiser to continue the Dorothy and John Tankard Memorial Scholarship for a Bath or Belhaven student at Beaufort County Community College.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is sponsoring a day trip to see the award winning play, "Wicked," at the Durham Performing Arts Center and the Alexander Calder Exhibit, "Form, Balance, Joy," at the Nasher Art Museum on Sunday, May 6.
Dr. Barbara Tansey, vice president of Academic and Student Services at Fayetteville Technical Community College, has been named as the new president of Beaufort County Community College.
Beaufort County Community College student Zachary Coltrain has been chosen to receive the Academic Excellence Award. He is one of 58 award-winners statewide who will be recognized at a ceremony in Raleigh on April 19.
Registration allows the students and the advisors to evaluate progress and plan courses to be taken during the following semester.
"I love research," she said in a recent interview. "There's always something I'm looking for." As a result, Mrs. Bell accumulated historical records as she researched her family history and the history of other families throughout northeastern North Carolina.
The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College Continuing Education offers classes important to the citizenry.
The Registrar's Office at Beaufort County Community College has released the honor roll for the 2011 Fall Semester. Full-time students maintaining a grade point average (GPA) of 4.0 were placed on the all A's list. Students maintaining a 3.5 GPA or better were placed on the Dean's List.
Classes have begun this winter at Beaufort County Community College in a new program that college officials hope will be successful in providing Basic Skills students with the skills they need to enter the work force.
The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College Continuing Education offers classes important to the citizenry.
The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College Continuing Education offers classes important to the citizenry.
Are you looking for a new job? Beaufort County Community College students, graduates and job seekers will have the chance to talk with over 20 area employers at the annual BCCC Job Fair.
Beaufort County Community College will hold an information session Monday, March 5,for the Beaufort Career and College Academy,a new program that gives eligible high school students the opportunity to take college courses tuition free.
In 2006, Patrick "Pat" Brown, a member of Mother of Mercy Catholic Church in Washington, found himself faced with an interesting problem.
Join the Beaufort County Community College Foundation Saturday and Sunday, November 12 and 13, for a trip to the Triangle to see an exhibit of works by Rembrandt at the North Carolina Museum of Art and a performance by the famous Radio City Music Hall's Rockettes at the Durham Performing Arts Center
Jeff Minges, president and CEO of the Minges Bottling Group, a Pepsi franchise bottling company, plans to award $250,000 to eight N.C. community colleges, including Beaufort County Community College over the next five years.
Due to the tremendous response for the first couponing class, Beaufort County Community College will offer another session on Monday, August 8.
Classes will begin July 12, 2011, for a new session of Beaufort County Community College's commercial truck driver training program, a 429 - hour course developed to help fill the need for truck drivers in the area while providing employment opportunities for area residents.
In the interest of seeing the new Allied Health Building project through to completion, Dr. David McLawhorn requested that the BCCC Board of Trustees extend his contract until May 31, 2012.
BCCC President David McLawhorn said the schedule will allow BCCC to "maximize the financial and human resources available to conduct the college's essential work during the summer term."
The Division of Continuing Education at Beaufort County Community College will offer a course in Quick Books by Quicken from 1 to 5 p.m., on Wednesdays, beginning May 4 and ending May 18.
Every three years, a Community Satisfaction Survey is mailed to the Beaufort County Community College four-county service area, including Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell and Washington counties.
The program serves as a support system and resource for students with the end goal of maximizing their levels of achievement at BCCC and beyond.
Due to popular demand, the Division of Continuing Education will offer a class in intermediate to advanced crocheting skills from 9 a.m. to noon on Fridays beginning March 11 and ending April 15.
Instructor Maria Dickinson will teach students new and exciting techniques such as shells; ruffle and rope borders; basket weaves; and fondant roses and leaves.
An accounting student at Beaufort County Community College has received a scholarship established in honor of local accountant and business woman Louise Proctor Kidwell.
The Customized Training Program provided education and training for eligible businesses and industries and was developed to spur industrial and business recruitment by the state.
Graduates of BCCC's truck driving school can expect to earn between $25,000 and $35,000 their first year of work, according to BCCC's director of fire-training programs and special projects.
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