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629
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REAL Enterprises offers rural students the opportunity to research, plan, set up, operate and own economically viable small businesses in cooperation with local educational institutions.
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29746
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In small Western North Carolina towns, some lesser-known yet high-ranking community colleges are changing lives for local students of all ages and backgrounds. Mayland Community College provides hundreds of workforce development and continuing education courses that serve Mitchell, Avery and Yancey counties. Western Piedmont Community College in Morganton is one of the only community colleges in the state with a sustainable agriculture program.
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29745
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Western North Carolina offers a variety of educational opportunities and training in a wide range special interests. This article highlights three of those opportunities which include training in massage therapy and restorative healing, commercial driving in the trucking industry, and learning ocean ecology at the new Team ECCO Ocean Center and Aquarium.
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30127
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The Future Farmers of America, FFA, is a national organization for young men studying vocational agriculture. Composed of charter state organizations, the FFA then sets up local chapters at high schools with four degrees of active membership according to accomplishments in connection with the agricultural programs in the schools. North Carolina has 304 vocational agriculture programs with associated chapters and 23,000 members.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 3 Issue 1, May 1945, p16-17, 21, 27, por
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30204
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North Carolina businesses work hands-on with teachers and students to teach skills specific to their industries. Business North Carolina magazine assembled a panel of education and business experts to explore the needs of workforce training businesses and how they can support educators.
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31311
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Designed for students over 14 years old who are preparing to go directly into employment after high school, trade and industrial education in North Carolina includes training for skilled or semi-skilled occupations. Trade and industrial education is divided into three phases: introduction to industrial education, cooperative training, and preparatory training.
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