If you are a student or parent interested in learning more about apprenticeship opportunities in Greene, Jones or Lenoir Counties, please contact Dawn Kantz, Associate Dean of Workforce Development at 252-233-6835 or email email@example.com to coordinate a meeting.
Most apprenticeships range from one to four years, with the apprentice earning a nationally recognized credential (or journeyperson’s certificate) after completing the program. The training programs are structured, with most programs including both hands-on and classroom education. Apprentices are paid for learning hours and work hours based on a scale that includes wage increases at
Not every student wants to immediately head off to a university to earn a 4-year degree. For students that prefer hands-on learning, want to go right to work, prefer to stay closer to family, or would like their education partly or fully paid for, apprenticeship can be the right choice. In some cases, employers pay
Apprenticeships are a great alternative pathway to a successful career. Benefits of apprenticeship include: Hands-on learning and job-related classroom or technical training provided Wages that increase as new skills are learned Earn national credentials, certifications, or college degrees Jump-start your career, supporting yourself and your family while learning Local employers offering apprenticeships give you the
ApprenticeshipNC has one goal in mind: To help employers build a skilled workforce through on-the-job learning and related classroom instruction. Your ApprenticeshipNC team of dedicated consultants coordinate with your team and your local community college to develop a custom registered apprenticeship program that meets your specific needs. Some of the benefits include: Reduced turnover &
The NC General Assembly recently approved $12 million in funding to expand apprenticeship in the state (Session Law 2021-180 Section 6.14). The $12M is being used to provide funds for employers to add new apprentices ages 16-25 based on the following criteria: Small businesses within Tier 1 & 2 counties in sectors with high-demand careers
If you are ready to learn more about apprenticeship, reach out to Dawn Kantz, Associate Dean of Workforce Development at 252-233-6835 or firstname.lastname@example.org to coordinate a meeting. Optionally, you may visit ApprenticeshipNC.com, find your apprenticeship consultant, and work with them to set up your program.
Where can I find a list of courses considered Universal General Education Transfer Component Courses (UGETC)?
College and university transfer students need to know detailed information about what courses will transfer to senior institutions. The transfer course list will provide you with detailed information on college transferable courses offered at LCC. See this page for a list of UGETC courses: Transfer Course List
Lenoir Community College provides several opportunities for colleges and universities to the visit the Kinston campus. Visit College/University Visits for more information.
The College’s ACA, College Student Success, courses are designed to help transfer students navigate the process of transferring from Lenoir Community College to the transfer institution of choice. Topics covered include majors of study, building a successful transfer schedule of courses, navigating the transfer institutions’ websites, and many other student resources.