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New Scholarship Honors Former ECC Nursing Instructor

The family of Betty B. Ipock has endowed a scholarship in her memory at Edgecombe Community College. Ipock, who passed away in 1999, was a lifelong registered nurse. Her service to the profession included teaching nursing students at ECC. The Betty B. Ipock Memorial Endowed Scholarship will support students who are studying toward a degree […]

Healthcare Graduates Honored

Edgecombe Community College staff, family, and friends honored 130 graduates of Health Occupations programs during the annual Health Occupations Recognition Ceremony held January 30. Graduates completed 200 credentials in programs such as Nurse Aide, Phlebotomy, Medication Aide, and Community Health Coach. Some students completed more than one program and earned multiple credentials. Several earned three […]

ECC Honors Healthcare Graduates

Graduates of Health Occupations programs at Edgecombe Community College were honored by College staff, family, and friends during the annual Health Occupations Recognition Ceremony held January 31. More than 200 students completed programs in Community Health Coach, Introduction to Direct Care, Direct Care Basics, Medication Aide, Medication Aide Trainer, Nurse Aide I and II, Nurse […]

ECC Announces Paramedic Graduates

Fourteen students completed a recent EMT-Paramedic class at Edgecombe Community College. The one-year EMT-Paramedic course includes classroom instruction, clinical rotations, and an EMS field internship. Upon successful completion of the EMT-Paramedic program, graduates are eligible to take the North Carolina Paramedic certification exam. Graduates of the 2018 EMT-Paramedic class are: Ashley Batten Caleb Beyer, valedictorian […]

Grant Is Helping ECC Improve Community Health

With so many people in the area struggling to maintain healthy lifestyles, Edgecombe Community College is offering students a chance help their neighbors to better health. Thanks to a $25,000 grant through Durham-based Manpower Development Corp., which develops projects to reduce poverty, the College began offering tuition-free Community Health Coach classes this year. “We’ve had […]