Apprenticeship programs valuable

November 28, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Over the last five years, the number of individuals enrolled in apprenticeship programs across the United States has significantly increased. According to the U.S. Department of Labor, there are more than 545,000 apprentices across the […]

Hickory High JROTC students send care packages to soldiers

November 28, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Members of the Hickory High School Army JROTC expressed their thanks to active duty service members earlier this week by sending more than 100 care packages to troops in Afghanistan. The idea developed after the […]

Online Catawba launches new digital pathway for Catawba County Schools

November 28, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Students in the Catawba County Schools system don’t have to go to school anymore. Well, they still have to attend classes, but what that means has drastically changed recently with the launching of Online Catawba. […]

Made in the USA: Dead or Alive?

November 15, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

When the International Textile Group (ITG) announced last month that its Cone Mills White Oak selvedge denim plant in Greensboro, North Carolina — the last in the US — would close at the end of […]

CVCC alumna helps in Puerto Rico

November 14, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Alumna Gerri Fisher Morrison, Catawba Valley Community College nursing class of 1991, recently responded to her professional call to action following Hurricane Maria’s disastrous impact on Puerto Rico. Burdened by the devastation she saw, Morrison […]

Foothills Digest concept wins Edison Project

November 14, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Monday night at Market on Main, Carmen Eckard was annonced the winner of the 2017 Edison Project Competition with her business concept for Foothills Digest, a publication and website focused on coverage of the foothills […]

CVCC Alumni Award Guy Hollar Memorial Scholarships

November 9, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Hickory, N.C.—Members of Catawba Valley Community College’s Guy Hollar Memorial Golf Tournament Committee recently presented scholarships to two Turfgrass Management students totaling $5,000. Austin Redden and John Robinson were presented scholarships of $2,500 each to […]

K-64 funding set for Chromebook pilot program in Catawba County

November 7, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

During its November meeting, the K-64 board approved a financing plan for $430,000 from Peoples Bank to fund a one-to-world technology pilot program, providing a Chromebook for every seventh-grader in Catawba County. The board had […]

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