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First Tackle the Tar Will Support Local College Scholarships

The first ever mud run is coming to Rocky Mount on Saturday, May 14, at the Rocky Mount Sports Complex. Tackle the Tar, hosted by the Rocky Mount Rotary Club, will be filled with family friendly fun, comradery, and charity. The festivities will include a 5K mud run complete with an obstacle course, live music, […]

New York Theatre Ballet Will Bring Art to Life at ECC Performance

With the flick of his wrist and paint on his brush, Hobson Pittman sat down in front of a blank canvas and created nostalgic and romantic works of art detailing Southern landscapes, people, and places. Decades after his work became recognized by art world professionals and collectors, local school children will study the history behind […]

ECC President Cited in National Greenprint Report

Dr. Deborah Lamm, president of Edgecombe Community College, is cited in a national report that focuses on workforce training for a green economy. The report – Greenprint: A Plan to Prepare Community College Students for Careers in the Clean Economy – was issued by Jobs for the Future, National Wildlife Federation, Bank of America, and […]

ECC Instructors Train Franklin County EMS

Franklin County is benefitting from the advanced simulation technology at Edgecombe Community College through EMS training using patient simulators. Edgecombe Community College and Vance-Granville Community College partnered to offer the first EMS Quality Improvement Program (EQUIP) training for Franklin County EMS personnel. Central to the training was ECC’s HealthCare Simulator, which is essentially a medical […]

ECC Honor Society Wins Regional Awards

Edgecombe Community College’s student honor society won 16 awards at the recent Phi Theta Kappa Carolinas Regional Convention. Three students and Advisor Tamara Frank-Pourvady represented ECC’s chapter, Alpha Omega Nu, at the annual convention held March 11-13 in Columbia, SC. At this conference, chapters and individuals are recognized for their hard work throughout the year. […]

NC Voters Approve $350 Million for NC Community Colleges

North Carolina voters approved Tuesday’s $2 billion bond referendum with nearly two-thirds supporting the infrastructure projects, including $350 million designated for North Carolina’s 58 community colleges. The vote marks the initial step in the first major infusion of capital funds for the community colleges since 2000. “Our voters understood the need to train our state’s citizens in […]

Alumni Inspire College Advisory Boards

Three Edgecombe Community College alumni inspired area leaders last night through their personal stories of success crediting the positive influence of ECC mentors and experiences. More than 200 local business, industry, and health care leaders and college faculty gathered on the Tarboro campus for the annual Advisory Board Night. The ECC graduates were the keynote […]

Community Celebrates Opening of Biotechnology and Medical Simulation Center

About 350 public officials, Twin County residents, and members of the Edgecombe Community College community gathered on Friday, March 4, to dedicate the new Biotechnology and Medical Simulation Center on the Rocky Mount campus. Visitors crowded into the auditorium in the new facility to listen as dignitaries congratulated ECC President Dr. Deborah Lamm and praised […]

Biotechnology and Medical Simulation Center Dedication Takes Place Tomorrow

Please join us at 11 a.m. on Friday, March 4, for the official opening and dedication of the new Biotechnology and Medical Simulation Center on the Rocky Mount campus, 225 Tarboro Street. The event will include remarks by officials, a ribbon cutting, balloon release, and a reception and tours of the classrooms and labs. Health […]

New ECC Facility Is a Draw for Health Sciences Students

Edgecombe Community College student Andrea Cunin travels from Raleigh to take advantage of the uniquely realistic learning experiences offered for health sciences students in a new state-of-the-art facility on the college’s Rocky Mount campus. Cunin, 32, a Respiratory Therapy student, has been an emergency medical technician (EMT) for two years and understands the importance of […]