GEORGE FOUTS RECEIVES HIGHEST HONOR FROM STATE BOARD

GEORGE FOUTS RECEIVES HIGHEST HONOR FROM STATE BOARD

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JAMESTOWN, N.C. - The State Board of Community Colleges has announced George Fouts as the recipient of the I.E. Ready Award, the highest honor bestowed on an individual by the Board. Named for Isaac Epps Ready, the first state director of the North Carolina Community College System, the award was created in 1983 to recognize ... read more >
 NEW 'SPARK' PROGRAM BOOSTS STUDENTS' ACADEMIC SUCCESS

NEW 'SPARK' PROGRAM BOOSTS STUDENTS' ACADEMIC SUCCESS

GTCC - Creating Successful Futures!
Aretha Floyd's anatomy notes cover the walls of her house - the bedroom, the kitchen, even the bathroom. This is how she studies. By surrounding herself with diagrams of the human body, lists of mnemonic devices and anatomy terms, Floyd can easily remember the content come test time. The proof is in her grades. After adopting this st... read more >
CUBAN NATIVE FINDS FUTURE IN AVIATION

CUBAN NATIVE FINDS FUTURE IN AVIATION

GTCC - Creating Successful Futures!
Yudys Diaz's first job in America was at McDonald's, washing dishes and flipping burgers for $6 an hour. It was a stark contrast to the life she had in her native country of Cuba, where she was in college studying law and never had to wash a dish in her life, she says. But in America, Diaz was starting over - a new country, a new lan... read more >
VIETNAM NATIVE FULFILLS DREAM OF OWNING A BUSINESS

VIETNAM NATIVE FULFILLS DREAM OF OWNING A BUSINESS

GTCC - Creating Successful Futures!
Marianne Russell has never let anything stand in her way. If there was a skill she wanted to learn, she took a class. If there was a career she wanted to pursue, she did it. If she was curious about a certain subject, she read books on the topic. It seems her whole life has been a constant quest to soak up as much knowledge as poss... read more >
MODEL UN CLUB WINS TOP AWARDS AT SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE

MODEL UN CLUB WINS TOP AWARDS AT SOUTHEAST CONFERENCE

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JAMESTOWN, N.C. - The Guilford Technical Community College Model United Nations Club received several awards at the Southern Regional Model United Nations (SRMUN) competition Nov. 20-22 in Atlanta, Ga. GTCC represented the Republic of Italy and competed against 75 other delegations from more than 40 colleges and universities across ... read more >
 DARLINDA FINCH WINS SMALL BUSINESS STATE AWARD

DARLINDA FINCH WINS SMALL BUSINESS STATE AWARD

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JAMESTOWN, N.C. - The Small Business Administration (SBA) North Carolina District Office has awarded DarLinda Finch of Guilford Technical Community College's Small Business Center, with a certificate of appreciation. Finch, who serves as administrative assistant at GTCC's Small Business Center, received the award for her outstandi... read more >
GTCC NAMED A TOP 'MILITARY FRIENDLY' COLLEGE IN U.S.

GTCC NAMED A TOP 'MILITARY FRIENDLY' COLLEGE IN U.S.

Creating successful futures
JAMESTOWN, N.C. - For the sixth consecutive year, Guilford Technical Community College has been named to the 2015 Military Friendly Schools® list, which recognizes the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools nationwide that deliver the best experience for military students, their spouses and children. Developed thr... read more >
Transfer agreement aids community college students

Transfer agreement aids community college students

Creating pathways to student success!
JAMESTOWN, N.C. - Today the North Carolina Community College System and the University of North Carolina General Administration, which represents the 16 public university system, signed a new articulation agreement that will allow community college students to seamlessly transfer to one of North Carolina's public institutions of high... read more >
Celebrating NCCC 50th Anniversary

Celebrating NCCC 50th Anniversary

Creating Success!
On May 16, 1963, the NC General Assembly created the Department of Community Colleges by combining 20 industrial education centers, six community colleges and five extension units - transforming North Carolina's higher education and workforce training into what has become a model emulated world-wide. By 1966, there were 4... read more >