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Tuesday, 21 January 2020 12:59

McInnis to be honored at RichmondCC Gala

HAMLET — Sen. Tom McInnis may spend a lot of his time in Raleigh, but the son of a farmer and public school teacher has certainly not forgotten about his rural roots in Richmond County. 

HAMLET — Sitting in a classroom at Richmond Community College in 1990, Practical Nursing student Nina Williams had no idea how far the skills she was learning would take her. Nearly 30 years later, she has a master’s and doctorate degree and is now educating other up and coming nurses. 

HAMLET — The fourth show of the Dewitt Performing Arts Series is “The Wonderful Wizard of Song: The Music of Harold Arlen”.  This is your chance to hear the classic songs by the iconic Oz composer, Harold Arlen on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at the Cole Auditorium located on the main campus of Richmond Community College.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College has announced its honor lists for the 2019 Fall Semester.

HAMLET — Choose your game, says Richmond Community College. The College has partnered with SWELL (STEM Wellness Empowering Lifelong Learners) to host a gaming tournament on Jan. 18 at the Cole Auditorium. 

HAMLET — The Electric Lineman program at Richmond Community College graduated its fourth class of lineman students on Wednesday, sending 19 more linemen into the workforce to start a lifelong career in the utility industry.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College leaders recently visited VBC Manufacturing to tour the Hamlet facility and to discuss customized training for more than a hundred employees working at various levels of operation.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College will be offering an associate degree in Emergency Medical Science beginning fall 2020 in order to meet a future industry standard that will require licensed EMTs to have a two-year degree. 

HAMLET — Richmond Community College will be filling multiple positions at its newly expanded campus in Scotland County now that the two additional facilities are fully operational.

HAMLET — Learning individualized care was the most important thing Amy Wilkins and her fellow classmates learned in the Nursing Assistant program at Richmond Community College. The guest speaker at the Nursing Assistant Pinning Ceremony on Wednesday, Wilkins explained how this goes beyond standard care.

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