There is still time remaining for individuals to enroll in one of several occupational training programs this summer. The college is participating in a state wide state-funded program for skills training that would prepare persons for entry level positions in a variety of jobs. At PCC, courses are offered in welding, electrical wiring, and construction with an emphasis on weatherization. Contact Linda Boryk., Coordinator for the Back-to-Work Initiative. Read more.
Welding has been one of the more popular training programs in the Back to Work Initiative. Students completing the course of study are job ready for entry level positions.
More than just an opportunity to meet prospective employers, the Job Fair will offer a venue to learn more about a variety of agencies that provide public services, services that often impact one’s ability to become employed or stay employed.
Applications are now available for a scholarship provided by the State Employees Credit Union.
The sap is rising across the PCC campus, in the vegetation and in the hearts and minds of the students. That’s despite the fact that on March 27, Herman Turnage captured an image of one of the college’s budding pear trees when the frost on the ground was as white as the blooms on the tree.
Spring officially arrives at 12:57 p.m. on Thursday, March 21. To herald the event, the PCC Student Government Association, under the leadership of Bricen Brown, added a Mardi Gras celebration to put a little spring into the step of the student body. Attendees, beaded and masked, also found an opportunity to donate assistance to Ally Rice, former SGA president who is battling cancer.
Cosmetology students offer services to the public, Tue-Thurs, 9am-1pm at the Cosmetology School in Bayboro. Call 252-745-4249.