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Washington, N.C. – ECU Health, in partnership with the Rivers East Workforce Development Board and NCWorks, will host a series of hiring events including both virtual and in-person job fairs in the months of July and August.
Please see the email below and attached briefings from the National Weather Service for the latest on today excessive heat index and severe weather potential.
‘Mamma Mia!’ brings return of summer theatre to ECU
Engaged couple’s first date was sparked by class assignment
Our office is currently monitoring several significant weather impacts that have been forecasted for our area through Tuesday.
Ready sites attract industry. In 2021, North Carolina had a record number of new jobs and investment.
At the June 2022 Board meeting, the Golden LEAF Board of Directors awarded $5,046,526 in funding to support projects through the second round of the SITE Program and $1,398,657.34 in funding through the Open Grants Program.
Unprecedented atmosphere expected for on-campus super regional games
The Golden LEAF Foundation announced 215 rural students from 78 North Carolina counties were selected to receive a Golden LEAF Scholarship worth up to $14,000.

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Online course guides physicians on treating toxic exposures farmworkers might encounter
Summer class mixes letterpress printing with problem-solving
Our office continues to monitor the development and track of a tropical system in the Gulf of Mexico. The current forecast for this storm has it passing several hundred miles off of North Carolina’s coast, causing strong rip currents and dangerous shorebreak. No other impacts are expected.
Scholarship endowment honoring retiring ECU nursing dean already college’s largest
Our office is currently monitoring a tropical system that has the potential to develop into a Tropical Storm / weak Hurricane in the Gulf of Mexico over the next 24 to 48 hours.
In 1920, the American Legion adopted the red poppy as the symbol of remembrance of those who gave their lives in war.
On April 19th, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a gathering in Jacksonville, N.C., for organizations interested in learning about the Golden LEAF Community-Based Grants Initiative, currently active in the Southeast Prosperity Zone.
On April 19th, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a gathering in Jacksonville, N.C., for organizations interested in learning about the Golden LEAF Community-Based Grants Initiative, currently active in the Southeast Prosperity Zone.

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According to the North Carolina Department of Commerce, the state gained 24,224 new jobs through business and industry and $10.1 billion in new private investment in 2021. These announcements were new economic development records for North Carolina.
VR headsets give construction students unique building views
ECU Community School students benefit from university, regional partners
The Martin County NCWorks Career Center, currently located at 407 E Boulevard in Williamston, will be relocating to the campus of Martin Community College.
The Golden LEAF Foundation provides scholarships for students from rural areas to attend the state’s colleges and universities. Students who qualify for the Golden LEAF Scholarship may use it to attend North Carolina Independent Colleges and Universities (NCICU)
Recently, Golden LEAF President, Chief Executive Officer Scott T. Hamilton sat down with Peter Hans, President of the President of the University of North Carolina System, via Zoom and filmed the thirteenth edition in a video series called Critical Conversations.
Program fosters mentoring relationship, opportunity to explore new ideas
On May 9, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation welcomed a new Program Officer, Kimberly Ingram.
Commencement sets the stage for newest ECU grads

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The Uptown Greenville Umbrella Market is coming back to Five Points Plaza for eight glorious weeks of fresh, creative, local fun.
Brody School of Medicine alumna exemplifies school’s mission in addressing health inequities
ECU sees success in racially diverse clinical trials for new medicines, treatments
More than 4,000 ECU students celebrate Spring 2022 commencement
Sup Dogs Restaurant donated $30,000 to Uptown Greenville, the local non-profit dedicated to revitalizing the city’s center.
Our office is monitoring an increasing potential of severe weather for our county later today, especially for areas along and west of Hwy 17.
ECU Board of Trustees names dean, confers degrees
On April 19, 2022, the Golden LEAF Foundation held a Community-Based Grants Initiative Gathering for the Southeast Prosperity Zone in Jacksonville.
Bioprocess engineering majors spread their wings in new ECU building

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