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ECC Donates PPE to Area Agencies

Edgecombe Community College has donated gloves, gowns, and masks to Vidant Edgecombe Hospital in Tarboro, Nash UNC Health Care in Rocky Mount, and Edgecombe County. The supplies were carefully selected to ensure that enough personal protective equipment remains for clinical training at the college. Shown is ECC President Dr. Greg McLeod as he prepares to […]

League of Women Voters Twin Counties Establishes Scholarship at ECC

In early March, the League of Women Voters Twin Counties established a scholarship at Edgecombe Community College that will support female students enrolled in non-traditional programs. Part-time or full-time students in technical programs such as welding, automotive systems, collision repair and refinishing, industrial and technical trades, respiratory therapy, and radiography will be eligible to apply […]

ECC Partners with Jobs Network

Edgecombe Community College has partnered with College Central Network® to help students and employers connect. College Central Network (CCN) is a platform that provides technology to connect employers with qualified candidates. The CCN app features opportunities for internships, part-time jobs, and full-time employment, making the job search experience easier for students. “The process is simple […]

Students Learn about College and Career Options at ECC

Over 300 local high school students and eighth graders visited the Tarboro campus of Edgecombe Community College yesterday for the Communities in Schools College Fair and College Prep Retreat. High school students met with college representatives in Mobley Atrium for the College Fair. About 80 eighth graders toured the new Center for Innovation and learned […]

Medical Assisting Students Assist with Blood Drive

Medical Assisting students at Edgecombe Community College volunteered at an American Red Cross Blood Drive sponsored by Coopers Elementary School’s fourth grade classes on February 28. From left, shown are (top) Elizabeth Moreno, Kymberly Sisk, Trula Stokes, Jezreal Boyd, (bottom) Sidavia Foggs, and Lauren Lamm. All of the students are members of the Class of […]

ECC Celebrates Black History Month

Edgecombe Community College students and employees, local officials, and area residents learned about black farming and the role of farming in health and wellness during the College’s annual Black History Month celebration held February 19. The event focused on “Black Farming: Its History and Relevance to Sustainability in Our Community.” Keynote speaker Kendrick Ransome, CEO […]

New York Theatre Ballet Performs at ECC on March 19

New York Theatre Ballet continues its milestone 40th anniversary season with a return to Tarboro in March through the Edgecombe Performance Series. This year marks the eighth year that NYTB has performed in the Edgecombe Performance Series. The March 19 performance begins at 7:30 p.m. in Keihin Auditorium in the Fleming Building on the Tarboro […]

Taxpayer Empowerment Event Held at ECC

NC Revenue Secretary Ronald Penny and representatives from the District Office of Congressman G.K. Butterfield joined community leaders at Edgecombe Community College this week for an event hosted by Tax Time Allies. Held February 10, the goal of the event was to inform local residents about Internal Revenue Service (IRS) and North Carolina-sponsored free tax […]

Save the Date for Spring Events

Edgecombe Community College offers plenty of upcoming opportunities for entertainment and cultural enrichment in 2020. The first event of the Edgecombe Performance Series this calendar year takes place on Friday, January 31, at 7:30 p.m. with the Barter Players performing “The Red Badge of Courage.” Adapted from the novel by American author Stephen Crane, the […]

ECC Foundation Announces Scholarship Recipients

The Edgecombe Community College Foundation awarded scholarships to 150 ECC students during a scholarship awards ceremony held December 12 on the Tarboro campus. Scholarships totaling $127,000 were awarded, with scholarship amounts ranging from $100 to $5,000. Shown are ECC Radiography student Bailey Lamm (left), who received the Nina W. Fountain Endowed Scholarship, and Desiree Duncan, […]