According to Monster.com there were almost 7,500 manufacturing jobs open in North Carolina this week. Ziprecruiter.com reports that the average salary for advanced manufacturing jobs in North Carolina is $58,000. Lenoir Community College’s new Aerospace & Advanced Manufacturing Center at the NC Global TransPark is preparing local students to enter those jobs.
We need you to sign up and make the LCC Blood Drive a success! Site: Student Center, Room 104 (Building 2) Address: 231 Hwy 58 South, Kinston, NC, 28501 Date: Wednesday, April 1, 2020 Time: 8 a.m. - 1 p.m. Blood Program Leader Name: Shelly Barnes Blood Program Leader Phone Number: 252-527-6223 Make an appointment Complete [...]
Lenoir Community College and Aircraft Solutions USA Inc. have recently signed a memorandum of agreement in which LCC will provide education and training for the future employees of Aircraft Solutions USA, Inc.
Lenoir Community College is proud to present its annual Black History Month Program on Thursday, February 20, 2020, at 11 a.m. in Briley Auditorium. This year’s program is entitled “How I got Over” featuring retired National Guard General, James R. Gorham. General Gorham is first and only African American general of the United States National Guard. [...]
The Lenoir Community College Foundation is excited to display the artistic talents of our community members, Transitional and Career Studies students, and Fine Arts Department students in a special event, For the Love of ART from 7 to 8:30 p.m. February 28 in the LCC Blizzard Atrium and Culinary Center. Admission is free for the event. [...]
When Richy Huneycutt, Director of Marketing, Recruiting and Communications, walked into the Coach Bobby Dawson Court at Lenoir Community College, the audience filled with Science Olympiad participants stood and chanted her name.
Lenoir Community College hosted a pop-up block party Wednesday at Lovit Hines Community Center on King Street to announce their educational partnership with the Kinston-Lenoir County Parks and Recreation Department.
A 2008 North Lenoir High School graduate, Kaitlyn Langston of Kinston was deciding what her next educational move would be. She discovered that she could take Lenoir Community College classes while attending high school, which led her to taking machining classes.