Corrections Educational Programs

Pamlico Community College offers educational and career training programs for inmates at Pamlico Correctional Institution, giving them the opportunity to improve themselves through life changing opportunities.

Inmates at Pamlico Correctional Institution can avail themselves of the following programs of study offered by Pamlico Community College

Adult Basic Education leading to the High School Equivalency
Business Administration Associate’s Degree
Business Administration Certificate
Business Applications Certificate
Carpentry Diploma
Carpentry Certificate
Advanced Carpentry Certificate
Computer Information Technology Certificate
Dental Technology Certificate
Electrical Systems Technology Certificate
Horticulture Diploma
Horticulture Greenhouse Operations Certificate
Horticulture Outdoor Productions Certificate
Human Resources Development
Masonry Certificate
Plumbing Certificate
Advanced Plumbing Certificate

Course descriptions can be found in the college catalog.
Inmates who wish to enroll should contact the Secretary for Admissions and Records at Pamlico Correctional Institute.

2014 Graduation at Pamlico Correctional Institution for Pamlico Community College students.

General Tom Bratten, USMC Ret., delivered the Commencement address for over 100 students graduating from a variety of Pamlico Community College occupational certificate programs at the Pamlico Correctional Institution in Bayboro, Monday, June 30. He was introduced by PCC President Cleve H. Cox.

General Bratten reminded the graduates of the hard work required to become better educated, but reminded them that even with the knowledge they had gained, “The rock-solid base deep inside which will allow you to succeed requires another element beyond knowledge. It requires heart. It’s that something inside you that drives you to have the incentive to succeed.” He emphasized that point by visually by gently striking his chest over his heart.

Christian Jones, a graduate of both the upholstery and masonry programs addressed his classmates at the conclusion of General Bratten’s remarks. He told his classmates of the confidence he had gained by observing that all students were learners and that one should not be ashamed of first time attempts in any occupation. He said, “I have gained skills in things I thought were beyond my abilities. I can definitely see myself using what I have learned to have a better life when I leave here.”

At the conclusion of the ceremony, Superintendent Faye Daniels thanked Pamlico Community College personnel for their efforts to help some very talented individuals change the direction of their lives.