To all the medical assistants, both seasoned professionals and those just starting their journey, your dedication is truly commendable. From experienced hands to students burning the midnight oil, each one of you plays a crucial role in shaping the future of healthcare. Students and future medical assistants, your passion and drive to join this noble …Read More
At the VGCC Foundation’s recent Scholarship Awards Luncheon, Vance-Granville Community College honored Dr. Priscilla Chavis-Lockley of Creedmoor with its 2023 Distinguished Alumni Award. Chavis-Lockley is a VGCC alumna twice over, holding both an early childhood education degree and an associate in arts; she ultimately went on to earn five additional college degrees, including a doctorate …Read More
In honor of Hispanic Heritage Month, Vance-Granville Community College is holding an art contest titled “What Being Hispanic Means to Me,” open to all VGCC students and staff! Tap into your creativity to illustrate the importance and diversity of Hispanic cultures from your point of view. Please drop off artwork at the VGCC student lounge …Read More
Vance-Granville Community College will receive an $11.5 million allocation in the 2023-2024 North Carolina State Budget to construct a center for advanced manufacturing in eastern Granville County thanks to an allocation request sponsored by Representative Frank Sossamon and supported by Representative Matthew Winslow. Rep. Sossamon represents NC House District 32, which currently covers most of …Read More
It is great to work at a place where everyone pulls together and makes things happen! On Friday, September 29, 21 Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) cadets, Director Brandon Bishop, and Captain Tony Clark pulled together once again to clean up litter along Poplar Creek Road near Vance-Granville’s Main Campus. BLET cadets have picked up …Read More
On Wednesday, August 30, Vance-Granville Community College proudly welcomed Federal Representatives Don Davis and Valerie Foushee and NASA Deputy Administrator Pamela Melroy to its South Campus in Creedmoor. This was the second time Rep. Foushee had visited VGCC and a first-time visit for Rep. Davis and Deputy Administrator Melroy. After a welcome from President Dr. …Read More
If you question whether entrepreneurship is for you, think again! In corporation with an array of community partners, the Small Business Center at Vance-Granville Community College is excited to host the Ice House Entrepreneurship Program this fall. This free six-week series will empower more than just your entrepreneurial spirit; it will empower your mind. Based …Read More
On Thursday, September 21, education and workforce development organizations throughout central North Carolina put pen to paper to create AdvanceNC , a new coalition Gov. Roy Cooper predicted would become “a mighty force” preparing North Carolinians for jobs in a vibrant, ever-changing economy. AdvanceNC is formally described as “an innovative workforce development ecosystem developing a …Read More
Mark your calendars for Empower Her, a community event for women, by women, to equip women! The Vance-Granville Community College Foundation is proud to present this event on Saturday, October 7 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the college’s Main Campus Courtyard, located at 200 Community College Road in Henderson. Come for FREE information …Read More
Did you know that North Carolina is home to over 700 biotechnology companies, most of which are right here in Central NC? Vance-Granville Community College can help you connect to a biotech career without having to move away from your hometown! Sign up for our upcoming Biowork Process Technician course to prepare for your new …Read More
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