Altwond Andrews of Kinston dropped out of high school before walking across the stage to earn his diploma, but years later he wanted to make good on a promise he made to his parents to return to school. And he did.
Lenoir Community College's Apprenticeship program was in the spotlight on the My Carolina show in Raleigh. Dawn Kantz, Lenoir Community College's Associate Dean of Workforce Development and Amy Jones, Lenoir County Public Schools' Director of High School Education and Career Technical Education Programs, recently taped a segment on CBS 17's My Carolina TV show in Raleigh.
KINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) — Lenoir Community College’s Emergency Management online program has been ranked No. 1 in the country. The ranking comes from the Student Training and Education in Public Service Agency.
Lenoir Community College’s Emergency Management Program is ranked as the best online degree program at a two-year college in the nation for training emergency responders.
Lenoir Community College Business Administration/Accounting and Finance Program Chair Kristy Grady has been selected to serve on the State Board/North Carolina Associate of Certified Professional Accountants (NCACPA) Education Task Force. She is one of two members from the North Carolina Community Colleges on the 10-member board.