Greene County Center
The Greene County Center is located at 818 Highway 91 in Snow Hill. It is housed in a state-of-the-art facility that opened in 2000 with a second wing added in 2009. This 30,000 square-foot facility has 20 classrooms and nine administrative offices. In addition, the Center is home to a NCWorks Career Center network site that is staffed by representatives from the Workforce Investment Act, the Department of Social Services, the Employment Security Commission, Vocational Rehabilitation, Greene County Public Schools, and Greene Lamp, Inc. The Greene Early College High School is also located at the Center.
The Greene County Center is owned by the Lenoir Community College Board of Trustees and the operating costs, other than instructional and partial administrative, are funded by the Greene County Board of Commissioners. The Center is staffed with a director, instructional assistant, transitional and career studies instructor, evening supervisor, college liaison, four coordinators and part-time instructors. A variety of curriculum and extension courses are offered each semester at the Center and at other selected sites throughout Greene County. The Center is also an approved HSE Diploma Testing site.
The Workforce Development Center is located at 602 West Harper Street in Snow Hill, and is the site for various community agencies, as well as, the location for several community instructional programs. The Center offers Adult Basic Education, Compensatory Education, ESL, Correctional Officer Training, Local Law Enforcement Training, Nurse Aide I and II, Firefighter classes, EMT (all levels) classes and Skill Labs, Gunsmithing and a Barber School. The facility is also home to Greene County Head Start, NC Juvenile Justice Program, and the state headquarters of the North Carolina Motorcycle Safety Program.
CURRENT COURSES OFFERED
NEWS & INFORMATION – click on the topic below for more information
Computer Related Courses
Nurse Aide I Courses
Nurse Aide II Courses
Pharmacy Technician Courses
Physical Therapy Aide Courses
Watercolor Painting Courses
- Course textbook information will be provided by the instructor.
Payment should be made within 48 hours of the course start date. Payment can be made with one of the following methods:
- Check or Money Order (Please make payable to Lenoir Community College)
- Cash (Exact cash is required)
- Contact the program coordinator listed below
Students can register in one of three ways:
- In Person: See office location of the program coordinator listed below.
- Phone: Contact the program coordinator listed below.
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