Dr. Alexis Welch of Lenoir Community College, second from left, is the 2020 Duke Energy Citizenship and Service Award winner. She was joined at the presentation by, from left, Chamber Executive Director Craig Hill, Dr. Deborah Grimes of LCC and LCC President Dr. Rusty Hunt. Photo by Bryan Hanks / Kinston-Lenoir County Chamber of Commerce
The Governor of N.C. established the GEER Scholarships for N.C. Community College Workforce Continuing Education (WCE) students. The Governor’s Emergency Education Relief (GEER) Funds Scholarship provides scholarships for eligible community college workforce continuing education students pursuing high-demand workforce training programs within ten workforce pathways leading to a State or industry-recognized credential. Colleges have local flexibility to
The Lenoir Community College Aerospace & Advanced Manufacturing Center, located at 3800 NC Hwy 58 in Kinston, offers classes in Computer Engineering Technology, Computer Integrated Machining, Industrial Systems Technology, and Mechanical Engineering Technology. The state-of-the-art facility reopened in the fall and was previously used for Spirit training.
Lenoir Community College showed their support for veterans on Wednesday by lighting the main building green, illuminating campus for the rest of November. Organizers held a small ceremony at 3 p.m. thanking veterans and handed out green lightbulbs to the community for residents to put in their homes.
The Texas Rangers, a major league baseball team in the American League West division, is holding a professional baseball skills elite hitting camp at Lenoir Community College. The Elite Camp schedule includes 75 minutes of advanced instruction with both morning and afternoon sessions, two hours at hitting stations in the morning and the afternoon. There
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has selected Lenoir Community College’s Aviation Management and Career Pilot Technology program for the Unmanned Aircraft Systems-Collegiate Training Initiative program or the UAS-CTI.
South Lenoir High School graduate Ethan Mullins of Kinston wasn’t sure what he wanted to do after high school until his junior year when his high school started its machining program in collaboration with Lenoir Community College.
Two students in the Graphic Arts & Imaging Technology (GAIT) program at LCC were recently awarded top honors in this year’s student competition for printing and graphics. Jillian Wilson of Kinston and Harley Hancock of La Grange won the top collegiate award for their digital printing and package design of a “ASPCA” pop-box mailer.