Deshaun Monk portrays the traditional Joe Cool look above the desk in a classroom, but he sports the individuality that paints the style of Joe Cool college student beneath the desk.
Pamlico Community College Student Ambassadors, Jamie Lynn Loscalzo, Breze Christian Butler, and Jacqueline K. Royer joined PCC faculty and staff members to man the Pamlico County High School concession stand for the high school’s Homecoming game. The Pamlico Hurricanes served a 41 – 14 win while college concessionaires served snacks. College personnel perform this service each year to allow the high school booster club members to enjoy Homecoming instead of working in the concession stand.
“We are family. This is what family does,” said Jamie Gibbs, PCC Vice President of Student Service, Gibbs helped initiate this practice which exemplifies the bonds between the county’s only high school and the county’s only community college. “These two institutions are partners in a common goal to help students succeed,” he added.
An old cliche` observed that women are attracted to a man in uniform. That works with both ways.
Cooking for 1, 10, 100, PCC culinary students learn the art and science of food preparation. Tina Williams studies in books that are not just cookbooks filled with recipes. Work in the classroom precedes work in the kitchens and the galleys.
Barton College President Dr. Norval Kneten, left, and PCC President Cleve H. Cox pose after recently signing three articulation agreements between the two institutions .
PCC college faculty and staff members visited Barton College in Wilson, NC on September 23 to execute a partnership that will promote a seamless pathway for qualified transfer students from Pamlico Community College to pursue a bachelor’s degree at Barton.
President Cleve H. Cox reminds everyone frequently that the middle name of Pamlico Community College is community. The college strives to serve its community in the broadest range of ways possible. With elections one month away, the college joined with the Pamlico News and Towndock.net, local media outlets, to sponsor a forum for candidates in contested races impacting Pamlico County. Moderated by Judge Jim Ragan, retired, Representative Michael Speciale, R-Craven, his Democratic Challenger, Whit Whitley, Senator Norman Sanderson, R-Pamlico, his Democratic Challenger, Carr Ipock, Democrat Pamlico County Sheriff Billy Sawyer, his Republican challenger, Chris Davis responded to questions submitted by the public at large.
Marshall Adame, Democratic challenger to Congressman Walter B. Jones, R-NC, was present, but Congressman Jones did not attend. Close to two hundred area residents were in attendance to learn more about these candidates and their positions. Both broadcast and print media were on hand to cover the event.
New occupational skills classes starting soon. Contact Richard Garrett, email@example.com