Sharika Lender of Kinston was a single mother making minimum wage to make ends meet to provide for her family when she enrolled in the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Adult Program at Lenoir Community College.
Chermika Jones of La Grange was in her final two semesters of her Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) program at a neighboring community college when she discovered her financial aid had run out and she would not be able to cover the cost of tuition out of pocket.
While working in a commission-based job, Michelle Hill of Greene County found herself spending more money than she was making trying to build her clientele and knew she needed to find a better alternative. She sought help from the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) Adult program at Lenoir Community College.
When Elijah Cooper of Kinston came to Lenoir Community College (LCC), he knew exactly what he wanted to do, but needed assistance in making his goal a reality. He was working in customer service at a call center at the time. His goal was to enroll in Truck Driver Training and obtain his CDL and start
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.
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.