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Piedmont Community College names Dr. Pamela Gibson Senegal next President

The Piedmont Community College Board of Trustees named Dr. Pamela Gibson Senegal as its fifth President and the first woman to lead the College. Dr. Senegal will begin her Presidency on July 1, contingent upon her final approval by the State Board of Community Colleges on June 26.
Elizabeth Townsend published Monday, June 05, 2017

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Students earn 100% pass rate on National Certified EKG Technician Board exam after completing PCC’s new Cardiovascular Technician/Monitor course

The Cardiovascular Technician/Monitor program prepares students to become a certified EKG Technician. The next class will be offered August 29 – November 21 on Tuesday – Thursday evenings, 5:30 - 9 p.m. on PCC's Caswell County Campus.
Elizabeth Townsend published Thursday, May 25, 2017

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PCC to offer free Summer Camps and Institute for Technical Career Exploration

Those participating will discover the world of welding, health sciences, cosmetology, animation, power production, electrical systems, film and video, mechatronics, and industrial system through interactive experiences with PCC faculty while on the college campuses.
Elizabeth Townsend published Friday, May 12, 2017

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PCC Student Art on display at Caswell Council for the Arts in March and April

PCC's DEAT students will have 25-30 pieces of art on display from March 16 – April 14. An opening reception will be held on March 16, 5-7:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
Elizabeth Townsend published Thursday, March 02, 2017

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Piedmont Community College’s Educational Opportunity Center awarded five year grant renewal to continue serving 10 counties in North Carolina

In mid-August, Piedmont Community College (PCC) learned that a grant for its Educational Opportunity Center (EOC) would be renewed for another five years, allowing the staff to continue offering free services to 2,500 individuals per year.
Elizabeth Townsend published Monday, September 12, 2016

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Happy Thanksgiving from PCC

The Caswell County campus will be closed for the full break. The Person County campus will be open during designated hours allowing guests to enjoy the nature trail and Rockness Monster Disc Golf course.
Elizabeth Townsend published Wednesday, November 23, 2016

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Zippay appointed as new PCC board member by Governor

“The College is pleased to welcome Mr. Zippay to the Board. His background in community college education and industry is a wonderful addition to our team,” said Piedmont Community College President Dr. Walter Bartlett.
Elizabeth Townsend published Thursday, January 19, 2017

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Piedmont Community College Announces Women of Distinction Awards

Piedmont Community College is now accepting nominations for the college’s first Women of Distinction Awards. This award recognizes the accomplishments of local women who exemplify the vision of the college by being a contributor to their own community and beyond, and have demonstrated excellence in the categories of Education, Community Development, Business, Healthcare, Community Service, or Volunteer Caregiving. Visit www.piedmontcc.edu/woda for additional information.
Elizabeth Townsend published Monday, February 13, 2017

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PCC’s use of quantitative reasoning spreads across the curricula

Lisa Cooley, Director, Quality Enhancement Plan, explains, “Fall 2016 begins QR4U’s fourth year of implementation. Faculty are teaching 34 activities in 12 distinct courses that cover a variety of general education classes. These activities will help students sharpen their quantitative reasoning skills.”
Elizabeth Townsend published Saturday, September 03, 2016

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Person County resident finds employment after completing PCC’s Workforce Development Program

After six months of training classes at PCC, Lorenzo Jay accepted a position at GKN Driveline in Roxboro as a material handler making $13.61 per hour. “Having the opportunity to take the Workforce Development courses has helped me to get off of food stamps and helped my overall financial being,” commented Jay.
Elizabeth Townsend published Thursday, November 10, 2016

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