Funds available to help qualifying students.
Johnston Community College News
Events highlight modern manufacturing.
Bio-pharma execs and local leaders mark re-opening state-of-the-art facility
Proceeds from the tournament support Johnston Community College.
Classes begin in September and October.
Selected students receive on-the-job training while going to college.
Donation will assist students in ultrasound laboratory training.
Matthew Carmody won fifth place and Joshua Murphy won sixth place.
In 2017-18, 116 students earned their high school equivalency diploma.
Project also includes more upgrades to Paul A. Johnston Auditorium.
Facility allows real-life firearms training exercises for law enforcement.
Students are recognized for high GPAs.
Information sessions for interested students are June 5 and 6.
577 students earned credentials in 2017-18.
Matthew Carmody will compete in nationals in June.
Erica Poole wrote the article, and Alicia Arellanes penned the diagrams about intussusception.
JCC students are three of 15 selected.
International honor society recognizes academic achievement of two-year college students.
Adina Harris is one of 58 students receiving the state award.
Program strives to help dual-enrolled students complete their degree.
Changing needs of bio-pharma companies prompt curricular, facilities revamp.
JCC students were selected from 107 candidates.
Linda Arnold will represent JCC at the ASRT program in Las Vegas.
Society recognizes outstanding achievement of vocational students.
Michael S. Regan tours Johnston County Workforce Development Center.