NC Department of Correction
Applied Industrial Technology certificate programs are conducted at units of the North Carolina Department of Correction. Inmate students are assigned training programs at various times throughout the year. Assignments are made through Department of Correction personnel. Programs are offered at two correctional institutions.
Johnston Correctional Institute, Selma, N. C.
- Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration Technology
- Electrical/Electronics Technology
- Electronic Engineering Technology
- Food Service Technology
- Horticulture Technology
- Office Systems Technology
N.C. Correctional Institute for Women, Raleigh, N.C.
East Carolina University College of Education with the support of State Employees' Credit Union (SECU) has established consortium partnerships with community colleges and public schools within the university’s service region. The SECU Partnership East South Central Consortium is making it possible for students throughout eastern North Carolina to obtain a four-year degree from East Carolina University without traveling to the main campus.
Students graduate with a four-year degree from ECU by completing the first two years of the program at any one of the partnering community colleges: James Sprunt Community College, Johnston Community College, Lenoir Community College, Sampson Community College, and Wayne Community College; followed by taking ECU courses online or through face-to-face instruction at the consortium hub site, Wayne Community College. JCC contacts and advisors are Tammy Barbour and Ellen Boyd. For more information, please contact Ann Smith, Coordinator of the SECU Partnership East South Central Consortium at (919) 739-7012, or by e-mail at email@example.com.