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Spring Classes Under Way, New Building Opens

Ashleigh Hudson, a part-time adjunct nursing instructor, evaluates second-year nursing student Cherish Dickens’ IV skills as spring classes begin at Edgecombe Community College. Health sciences students returned from holiday break to classes in the just-opened Biotechnology and Medical Simulation Center on the Rocky Mount campus. The cornerstone of the new high tech facility is a […]

Communities in Schools Students Tour ECC

Communities in Schools students from Nash Central Middle School, Red Oak Middle School, and Rocky Mount Middle School visited the Rocky Mount campus of Edgecombe Community College recently to learn about various career pathways offered at the college. Faculty and staff met with students and provided demonstrations in cosmetology, criminal justice, early childhood education, historic […]

Students Complete First BLET Academy at ECC

Graduates of Edgecombe Community College’s first Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy participated in a graduation ceremony on Tuesday. Fourteen students completed the intensive 19-week program. Shown are (front row, l-r) Zami McDuffie; David Manning; Alicia Godinez; Anastahia Johnson; Heavenly Cross; Robert Cox Jr.; (middle) Bernie Taylor, BLET school director; Clarence Peaden; Cody Lancaster; Nicholas Worsley; Marco […]

ECC Alumna Shares College Prep Strategies with High School Students

Students at Tarboro High School recently learned tips on how to prepare for college from Viola Harris (center), who works with the Division of College and Career Readiness at Edgecombe Community College. Harris, who is an ECC graduate, shared how the college can help high school students be successful. She spoke to a cross-section of […]

Giant Mural Depicts Careers Taught at ECC

People who visit the Edgecombe Community College Tarboro campus may be surprised to see seven images of people nearly eight feet tall on the side of the Fountain Building. These images represent the college’s present and future. A mural depicting a teacher, welder, nurse, law enforcement officer, firefighter, IT professional, and hair stylist overlooking young […]

Human Services Club Attends National Conference

Two student members of the Edgecombe Community College Human Services Club and the program chair attended the National Organization for Human Services 2015 National Conference in Charlotte held October 21-24. “This was an outstanding opportunity for our students,” says Reneé Pearson, chair of human services technology and club advisor. “The conference helped to develop them […]

America in Bloom Gives Tarboro a High Rating, College Commended

by Connie Sherrill President Tarboro in Bloom The results are in and Tarboro in Bloom (TIB) President Connie Sherrill is pleased to announce that Tarboro has once again made significant strides in the National America in Bloom (AIB) competition. Sherrill states the TIB Board is delighted with the favorable evaluation from the judges. Tarboro received […]

ECC Minority Student Group Attends Journalism Event

Edgecombe Community College students who are members of a minority male mentoring program recently learned about the broadcast industry at an outreach event hosted by the WTVD Minority Advisory Committee. Members of EMPAC – Empowering Males with a Purpose to Achieve and Celebrate – attended the Saturday program held October 3 at the William and Ida Friday Center in […]

High School Students Learn About College Programs

A Career Clusters Showcase for high school students and their parents was held last night on the Tarboro campus of Edgecombe Community College. Collaborative college and high school programs were highlighted at the event, co-sponsored by the college and Edgecombe County Public Schools. Students and parents explored various exhibits and demonstrations and met with college […]

ECC Community Honors Shooting Victims

Edgecombe Community College and Edgecombe Early College High School students, faculty, and staff shared in a National Moment of Silence at 2 p.m. Thursday in honor of the victims of the shooting at Umpqua Community College on October 1. Shown are Dr. John Enamait (center), ECC vice president of instruction, and students.