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HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Fine Arts program is growing rapidly. Two new art instructors were recently hired, and the College is adding four new art classes to its curriculum that have never been offered before.

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HAMLET — Richmond County Sheriff’s Office detective James Hamby, who also served in the Marines, is about to graduate with his first, and certainly not his last, college degree. Hamby is among the “Rising Star” December graduates of Richmond Community College.

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HAMLET — Three Richmond Community College employees were recognized at the Board of Trustees meeting on Tuesday for awards they recently received.

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HAMLET — Allison Goodwin of Hamlet earned her Medical Assisting degree from Richmond Community College in 2008. She currently serves as the clinic manager with FirstHealth Women’s Center in Rockingham.

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HAMLET — Local law enforcement agencies have a large number of openings for officers, and Richmond Community College has the program to train people to fill those positions.

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HAMLET — Jacqueline Brown of Hamlet always knew that she wanted to take the Criminal Justice career path. 

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Friday, 13 November 2020 16:18

Falling in love with welding

ROCKINGHAM  —When senior Michael DeMay was younger, he said his dad brought him to work with him one day at his body shop where he also did some welding.  

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ROCKINGHAM — When Zac Sharpe landed a job with the Aberdeen Fire Department, he met a goal set by Richmond County educators involved in the Career and Technical Education program.

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HAMLET — More than 100 employees at Service Thread will complete customized training through Richmond Community College.  Employees were trained on new machines for the textile manufacturer.

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ROCKINGHAM — Through an Innovative Partnership Grant (IPG) — a federal grant for Comprehensive Support and Improvement (CSI) Schools — Ashley Chapel Educational Center is able to offer continuing credit courses through Richmond Community College as high school credits.

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