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Alamance Community College in Graham pioneered specialized biotech training. The program started in 1985, and for seventeen years it was the state's only program. Alamance has graduated 165 people in the program since 1985, and the graduates have a 90 percent hiring rate in biotech jobs. Alamance is now part of the community college system's BioWorks program, although it retains its own curriculum.