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Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) congratulates Tracey Johnson on becoming the 106th president of the North Carolina Association on County Commissioners (NCACC). Johnson is the first president from Washington County, where she serves as chair of the board of commissioners.
Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) congratulates Tracey Johnson on becoming the 106th president of the North Carolina Association on County Commissioners (NCACC). Johnson is the first president from Washington County, where she serves as chair of the board of commissioners.
 
Beaufort County Community College’s Small Business Center is collaborating with East Carolina University Miller School of Entrepreneurship’s Crisp Small Business Resource Center to provide Accelerate Rural NC. The program begins on September 2 and runs for 10 consecutive weeks.
Beaufort County Community College’s Small Business Center is collaborating with East Carolina University Miller School of Entrepreneurship’s Crisp Small Business Resource Center to provide Accelerate Rural NC. The program begins on September 2 and runs for 10 consecutive weeks.
 
The Beaufort County Community Foundation invites the community to a fun night of music by The Pamlico Sound Machine as it raises funds for scholarships.
The Beaufort County Community Foundation invites the community to a fun night of music by The Pamlico Sound Machine as it raises funds for scholarships.
 
The North Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR) is partnering with the Small Business Center Network across the North Carolina Community College System to offer free tax classes for small business owners.
The North Carolina Department of Revenue (DOR) is partnering with the Small Business Center Network across the North Carolina Community College System to offer free tax classes for small business owners.
 
In a continued effort to help students create a career or university transfer plan for themselves and then to stay on track until graduation, Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) opened its Centralized Advising Center on August 8.
In a continued effort to help students create a career or university transfer plan for themselves and then to stay on track until graduation, Beaufort County Community College (BCCC) opened its Centralized Advising Center on August 8.
 
Beaufort County Community College is offering emergency medical technician and paramedic courses both at its main campus in Beaufort County and at the Washington County Center in Roper.
Beaufort County Community College is offering emergency medical technician and paramedic courses both at its main campus in Beaufort County and at the Washington County Center in Roper.
 
The fifteen graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Practical Nursing (PN) program celebrated completing their program through a pinning ceremony on July 13. The ceremony included a traditional lantern-lighting while graduates recited the practical nursing pledge.
The fifteen graduates of Beaufort County Community College’s Practical Nursing (PN) program celebrated completing their program through a pinning ceremony on July 13. The ceremony included a traditional lantern-lighting while graduates recited the practical nursing pledge.
 
Beaufort County Community College’s Division of Continuing Education is officering a number of high-demand courses–some in the evenings–in technical fields and trades to help students start in a new career or build on their skills.
Beaufort County Community College’s Division of Continuing Education is officering a number of high-demand courses–some in the evenings–in technical fields and trades to help students start in a new career or build on their skills.
 
Washington, N.C.— The TFB&B-BCCC Barber Academy is now accepting clients. Beaufort County Community College’s new barbering program has 18 students enrolled in its first session.
Washington, N.C.— The TFB&B-BCCC Barber Academy is now accepting clients. Beaufort County Community College’s new barbering program has 18 students enrolled in its first session.
 
Beaufort County Community College’s Continuing Education Ed2Go courses make taking affordable, high-quality, online, instructor-led courses simple.
Beaufort County Community College’s Continuing Education Ed2Go courses make taking affordable, high-quality, online, instructor-led courses simple.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a Special Called Board meeting on July 12, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
The Beaufort County Community College Board of Trustees will hold a Special Called Board meeting on July 12, 2022 at 5:00 p.m.
 
Thirty students participated in a graduation ceremony to receive their GED or high school equivalency (HSE) diplomas from Beaufort County Community College on June 23.
Thirty students participated in a graduation ceremony to receive their GED or high school equivalency (HSE) diplomas from Beaufort County Community College on June 23.
 
In celebration of the new Juneteenth federal holiday, Beaufort County Community College held a luncheon on June 20 to bring together community members across Beaufort County.
In celebration of the new Juneteenth federal holiday, Beaufort County Community College held a luncheon on June 20 to bring together community members across Beaufort County.
 
The Class of 2022 at Columbia Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation in Columbia, N.C.
The Class of 2022 at Columbia Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation in Columbia, N.C.
 
Iesha Smallwood graduated on May 12 with an Associate in Arts, but this moment was not guaranteed for her.
Iesha Smallwood graduated on May 12 with an Associate in Arts, but this moment was not guaranteed for her.
 
Beaufort County Community College held its commencement exercise for its graduating students on May 12. The Class of 2022 saw 234 students cross the stage to receive their degree or degrees.
Beaufort County Community College held its commencement exercise for its graduating students on May 12. The Class of 2022 saw 234 students cross the stage to receive their degree or degrees.
 
The Class of 2022 at Mattamuskeet Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation on May 27.
The Class of 2022 at Mattamuskeet Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation on May 27.
 
Join representatives from the Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses at the NC Department of Administration to learn about the process of becoming HUB Certified and the best way your business can leverage that certification for public sector contracting opportunities.
Join representatives from the Office for Historically Underutilized Businesses at the NC Department of Administration to learn about the process of becoming HUB Certified and the best way your business can leverage that certification for public sector contracting opportunities.
 
The Class of 2022 at Washington County Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation at the Roanoke River Maritime Museum in Plymouth, N.C.
The Class of 2022 at Washington County Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation at the Roanoke River Maritime Museum in Plymouth, N.C.
 
This summer, Beaufort County Community College will offer 34 classes through its Summer Youth Enrichment Program across Beaufort, Hyde, and Washington Counties.
This summer, Beaufort County Community College will offer 34 classes through its Summer Youth Enrichment Program across Beaufort, Hyde, and Washington Counties.
 
Sixteen students in the initial paramedic certification course were honored on April 28 at Beaufort County Community College.
Sixteen students in the initial paramedic certification course were honored on April 28 at Beaufort County Community College.
 
The Class of 2022 at Beaufort County Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation in Washington High School’s auditorium.
The Class of 2022 at Beaufort County Early College High School celebrated their high school graduation in Washington High School’s auditorium.
 
WASHINGTON, N.C.     Certified nurse aides and healthcare technicians were in high demand even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but now vacancies have grown.
WASHINGTON, N.C.     Certified nurse aides and healthcare technicians were in high demand even before the COVID-19 pandemic, but now vacancies have grown.
 
​Law enforcement officers are in high demand, and Beaufort County Community College sent six more graduates out into the community to begin their careers.
​Law enforcement officers are in high demand, and Beaufort County Community College sent six more graduates out into the community to begin their careers.
 
The N.C. State Board of Community Colleges (NCSBCC) in its meeting on May 20 approved an allocation of up to $11.6 million from the State Fiscal Recovery Funds to establish a temporary program to expand apprenticeship opportunities for high school and non-high school apprentices.
The N.C. State Board of Community Colleges (NCSBCC) in its meeting on May 20 approved an allocation of up to $11.6 million from the State Fiscal Recovery Funds to establish a temporary program to expand apprenticeship opportunities for high school and non-high school apprentices.
 
Seven students were pinned in celebration of their completion of Beaufort County Community College's medical laboratory technology program.
Seven students were pinned in celebration of their completion of Beaufort County Community College's medical laboratory technology program.
 
​Beaufort County Community College recognized its top-performing students on April 26 at the Academic Awards Ceremony.
​Beaufort County Community College recognized its top-performing students on April 26 at the Academic Awards Ceremony.
 
Beaufort County Community College student Katie Council was selected as the winner of the Governor Robert Scott Leadership Award. The North Carolina Community College System chooses one student per year for the award that recognizes student leadership among all 58 community colleges in the system.
Beaufort County Community College student Katie Council was selected as the winner of the Governor Robert Scott Leadership Award. The North Carolina Community College System chooses one student per year for the award that recognizes student leadership among all 58 community colleges in the system.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce these scholarship recipients for the Spring 2022 semester. Registration is open for the Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 semesters.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce these scholarship recipients for the Spring 2022 semester. Registration is open for the Summer 2022 and Fall 2022 semesters.
 
Beaufort County Community College dedicated an allied health lab in honor of the Darragh Foundation on April 27. The naming acknowledges a new generous donation from the foundation.
Beaufort County Community College dedicated an allied health lab in honor of the Darragh Foundation on April 27. The naming acknowledges a new generous donation from the foundation.
 
The popular Industrial Sewing and Upholstery course returns this summer, with classes starting May 16.
The popular Industrial Sewing and Upholstery course returns this summer, with classes starting May 16.
 
Law enforcement officers are in high demand, and Beaufort County Community College sent four more graduates out into the community to begin their careers.
Law enforcement officers are in high demand, and Beaufort County Community College sent four more graduates out into the community to begin their careers.
 
This summer, Beaufort County Community College will offer 34 classes through its Summer Youth Enrichment Program across Beaufort, Hyde, and Washington Counties.
This summer, Beaufort County Community College will offer 34 classes through its Summer Youth Enrichment Program across Beaufort, Hyde, and Washington Counties.
 
Beaufort County Community College is partnering with Tapers, Fades, Beards & Baldies in Chocowinity to start the BCCC Barber Academy​.
Beaufort County Community College is partnering with Tapers, Fades, Beards & Baldies in Chocowinity to start the BCCC Barber Academy​.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the Spring 2022 semester.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the Spring 2022 semester.
 
A new, in-depth economic impact analysis found Beaufort County Community College has a $49.2 million annual impact on the regional economy - supporting more than 993 or one out of every 35 jobs across Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell, and Washington Counties.
A new, in-depth economic impact analysis found Beaufort County Community College has a $49.2 million annual impact on the regional economy - supporting more than 993 or one out of every 35 jobs across Beaufort, Hyde, Tyrrell, and Washington Counties.
 
College classes have been the wind in the sail of goal-oriented Jackson Wilder as he positioned himself not only to get into a university, but to do so with maximum scholarship support.
College classes have been the wind in the sail of goal-oriented Jackson Wilder as he positioned himself not only to get into a university, but to do so with maximum scholarship support.
 
Students attending Beaufort County Community College who receive aid through the BCCC Foundation had a chance to dine with their benefactors on March 16.
Students attending Beaufort County Community College who receive aid through the BCCC Foundation had a chance to dine with their benefactors on March 16.
 
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the Spring 2022 semester.
The Beaufort County Community College Foundation is proud to announce the following scholarship recipients for the Spring 2022 semester.
 
Students in the TRiO/Student Support Services program at Beaufort County Community College participated in the Level Up Work Ready Initiative sponsored by Koinonia Community Solutions in Greenville, N.C.
Students in the TRiO/Student Support Services program at Beaufort County Community College participated in the Level Up Work Ready Initiative sponsored by Koinonia Community Solutions in Greenville, N.C.
 
Beaufort County Community College's College and Career Readiness (CCR) program has helped 56 students earn one or more Digital Literacy Badges/Certificates through the NorthStar Digital Literacy curriculum.
Beaufort County Community College's College and Career Readiness (CCR) program has helped 56 students earn one or more Digital Literacy Badges/Certificates through the NorthStar Digital Literacy curriculum.
 
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