Kacie Hamby

Kacie Hamby

 

Hamlet, N.C. (August 1, 2018) – Rockingham Police Officer Ronald Brigman Jr. is a product of Richmond Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training and Criminal Justice Technology programs. The Hamlet resident has many great things to say about his hometown college, but first and foremost for him are the people who helped him get a head start on his career. 

Brigman completed RichmondCC’s BLET program in 2010, but he decided to return to the College five years later to earn his associate degree. Going to college and having a full-time job and family responsibilities was no easy feat, Brigman said. On top of all that, he broke his leg three months before graduation. However, his instructors helped him get through that challenging time, and he was able to earn his degree on schedule. 

 

HAMLET - Richmond Community College held a pinning ceremony Tuesday for 56 Nursing Assistant I and II students for completion of these programs.

HAMLET – Richmond Community College’s Small Business Center will present a free seminar on Wednesday, May 9, and Thursday, May 10, that will help individuals learn the concepts of entrepreneurship and gain practical lessons for starting a small business or building upon an existing one.

HAMLET – Richmond Community College’s Small Business Center will present a free seminar on Tuesday, February 20, and Wednesday, February 21, at the Cole Auditorium that will help small businesses learn e-commerce.  

HAMLET – The North Carolina 911 Board and Richmond Community College recently recognized the first class to graduate from the North Carolina Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Manager Program. The 28 graduates hailed from all over the state, and were presented with a certificate of completion at the monthly North Carolina 911 Board meeting held at RichmondCC.

HAMLET – The late John and Betty Williamson of Hamlet valued education and had a strong belief in a community’s ability and responsibility to help all its citizens. 

HAMLET – One of Richmond Community College’s instructors has been invited to serve on an advisory council for North Carolina 4-H’s opioid prevention program.  

HAMLET – Richmond Community College will offer its Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) as an evening program this spring semester. Training begins February 5, and applications are due January 19.

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RCC to Offer Free Credit Score Seminar

HAMLET – Richmond Community College’s Small Business Center will present a free seminar on Thursday, January 25, on how to increase personal credit scores.

HAMLET – Do you find yourself wanting to share your experience of drone technology with others? With the free seminar, “How to Start a Drone Business,” offered by Richmond Community College’s Small Business Center, you will learn all the basics and the rules and regulations that go along with it.

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