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39528
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Despite its explosive population and job growth, Winterville retains its small-town charm and value for local traditions. Sam Jones, a fourth-generation barbecue business owner, reflects the town’s value for local traditions. Winterville’s small-town charm has generated its reputation as a “safe clean-cut place to settle down.”
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39585
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The advantages of a community college education, in addition to comparatively lower cost, include programs that can offer additional job skills for current career advancement and skills for success in prospective careers. Among the fifty-eight community colleges in North Carolina profiled were Fayetteville Technical, Guilford, Edgecombe, and Pitt.
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39934
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Students from East Carolina University, Pitt Community College, and Pitt County Schools can now study the stars, thanks to the new observatory in Grifton collaboratively created by two local philanthropists and two North Carolina community colleges.
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40612
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Countering the pressure many high school students experience to get a university degree is the community college alternative. Asserting the practicality of an associate’s degree are reasons why two year colleges benefit North Carolina economically and occupationally. Added as evidence are what North Carolina community colleges such as Central Piedmont, Lenoir, and Alamance in particular offer to the state.
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40611
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An agrarian stronghold represented by tobacco has ceded to Farmville sharing its economic and occupation base with companies largely representing the hospitality industry.
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40644
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East Carolina University’s College of Engineering and Technology has become a campus model for helping low income students overcome barriers. Making this initiative possible is a grant from the National Science Foundation Scholarships in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics program. Aims for this program include improving educational outcomes for community college transfer students.
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41197
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The increasing integration of technology into work environments challenges individuals with only a high school diploma. Greatly helping them build their technical skill sets and become competitive in today's job market is community colleges. Colleges and programs helping students fulfill this goal include Guilford Technical Community College’s Aviation Manufacturing Program and Pitt Community College’s Advanced Manufacturing Institute.
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