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  • SPCC Graduates Fifth Quick Start CNC Operation Class

    October 27, 2008       SPCC Graduates Fifth Quick Start CNC Operation Class   South Piedmont Community College graduated its fifth class from the Quick Start CNC Operation program on Oct 17. The eight graduates successfully completed 160 hours of study in blueprint reading, metrology, basic shop math, applied shop math, intro to CNC lathe programming and intro to CNC mi...  



  • CMC-Union Secures $362,451 Grant from The Duke Endowment to Develop Medical Simulation Laboratory in Conjunction with SPCC

    October 27, 2008   CMC-Union Secures $362,451 Grant from The Duke Endowment to Develop Medical Simulation Laboratory in Conjunction with SPCC Carolinas Medical Center-Union has been awarded a $362,451 grant from The Duke Endowment. The money will be used to develop a state-of-the-art simulation laboratory in conjunction with South Piedmont Community College to enhance the training of n...  



  • Author Joseph Bathanti speaks at SPCC

      JOSEPH BATHANTI   Award-Winning Author Joseph Bathanti Speaks at SPCC South Piedmont Community College and New Ventures Business Development Inc. were proud to present award-winning author ...  



  • SPCC offers in-service training to DOP

    SPCC to offer in-service training to prison staff through agreement with NC Division of Prisons Sept. 30 marked the culmination of more than a year’s worth of hard work. South Piedmont Community College and members of the state’s Division of Prisons signed a consortium agreement to provide in-service training for certified prison staff. The agreement provides SPCC with the opportunit...  



  • Two SPCC students awarded SECU scholarships

      Two SPCC Students Receive $5K Scholarships from SECU Foundation Two South Piedmont Community College students were awarded $5,000 scholarships each Oct. 20 by the State Employee Credit Union (SECU) Foundation. Both star students exemplify SECU’s “People Helping People” philosophy. Tina Williams, an Associate Nursing Degree student, and Heather Walden, a Criminal Ju...  



  • SPCC gets $39K to build on popular BioWork

    SPCC Awarded Grant for Bioprocessing Initiative; College in Position for Science Boom South Piedmont Community College has been awarded $39,322 from North Carolina BioNetwork to build upon the popularity and need for its BioWork course. SPCC will soon offer the more advanced Bioprocessing in the Workplace course in place of BioWork. The BioWork course SPCC has offered during the past two years...  



  • SPCC presents author Joseph Bathanti

    SPCC Presents Award-Winning Author Joseph Bathanti at Lockhart-Taylor Center Oct. 23 South Piedmont Community College and New Ventures Business and Development Inc. will present an evening with award-winning author Joseph Bathanti at the Lockhart-Taylor Center in Wadesboro Oct. 23 at 7 p.m. Bathanti will describe his process for writing fiction and poetry, answer questions and sign copies of his ...  



  • SPCC and police officer want public to refuse to be a victim

        SPCC and police officer want public to ‘Refuse To Be A Victim’ Sgt. Mike Smith cares about your safety. He’s spent the past 20 years of his life in law enforcement, including eight years teaching crime prevention. Starting Oct. 15, he’ll bring that experience to South Piedmont Community College’s Lockhart-Taylor Center in Wadesboro to encourage the...  



  • Group wants to make an IMPACT with food drive

    Group wants to make an 'IMPACT' with food drive...  



  • SPCC Offers Initial and Renewal License Courses

      SPCC Schedules Range of Short-Term Job Training Courses   The Continuing Education Division of South Piedmont Community College will offer many short-term courses this fall at the Lockhart-Taylor Center, 514 N. Washington Street, Wadesboro.            North Carolina mandated license renewal courses scheduled for the fall semester are...