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Ice House Entrepreneurship Training

Image of book cover "Who Owns the Ice House? Eight Life Lessons From an Unlikely Entrepreneur"-Award Winning Author Clifton Taulbert and Gary Schoeniger.
Are you hungry for inspiration from other Entrepreneurs? Join us for a retreat focused on developing a mindset for success. You will learn to: Identify and evaluate opportunities that others overlook Embrace an entrepreneurial mindset as a life-skill Identify and overcome self-limiting beliefs Take imperfect action as you test an idea Map our your opportunity  Read More

VGCC Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

Hispanic Heritage Month
Please join VGCC in celebrating National Hispanic Heritage Month! National Hispanic Heritage Month celebrates the history, culture and contributions of Hispanic American citizens. Visit the VGCC Library Services website to view celebrations from across the nation and learn more about Hispanic culture.

Happy Birthday Dr. Desmarais

President Rachel M. Desmarais Ph.D
VGCC wishes Dr. Desmarais Happy Birthday!

Customer Service Exellence

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Vance-Granville Community College offers Customer Service Excellence, a program designed to equip employees with the skills needed to provide outstanding customer service by building and maintaining mutually beneficial relationships. Classes are designed to teach participants how to achieve customer service excellence while building a robust, skilled workforce for our local employers. Class is only 24  Read More

Re-Opening Your Business Webinar Series

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Re-opening Your Business Webinar Series As our local businesses begin to reopen, the Small Business Center of VGCC has scheduled a 6-part series of online seminars intended to assist businesses in navigating these uncharted waters.  In these one hour sessions, our subject matter experts will look at the various phases of reopening along with potential  Read More

Former Early College Student Credits VGCC for Success.

Oneisha Rebecca Leonard holding degree
Oneisha Rebecca Leonard came to Vance-Granville Community College in 2011 as a Granville Early College High School student. “I was a good student, with mostly A’s and B’s, but I was not as focused on school as I should have been until I began taking classes at Vance-Granville,” Leonard recalled. She said that because of her  Read More

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