Lexington Home Brands Furnishes Catawba Valley Furniture Academy Showroom Lobby

November 9, 2018 Melanie Zimmerman 0

Lexington Home Brands recently donated a suite from its high-end Sligh Home Office brand to the CVCC Foundation, Inc., for use by the Catawba Valley Furniture Academy in its showroom reception area. Blending vintage design […]

County launches new podcast series

April 23, 2018 Melanie Zimmerman 0

As part of its community marketing initiative, Catawba County has launched a new podcast series entitled “Making. Living. Better.” Featured on The MESH network, the first episode is now available for download at http://themesh.tv/making-living-better/ or […]

December is Substance Abuse Awareness Month

December 11, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

As you prepare to spend more time than usual with your family members, arm yourself with the information needed to recognize the early signs of potential problems, and find out what you can do about […]

CVCC Students Transform College’s Front Lawn Into Golf Fairway

November 2, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Some of Catawba Valley Community College’s Turfgrass Management Technology graduates manage golf courses around the world. But their skills are hard to appreciate unless you happen to play golf at the courses where they work […]

Edison Project Finalists Are CVCC Student Team

October 11, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Catawba Valley Community College’s own dynamic duo Cedric Clyburn and Chanler Watts have been named one of 13 finalists in this year’s sixth annual Edison Project Entrepreneurial Competition sponsored by the Catawba County Chamber of […]

Folk artist to present programs at schools

October 2, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Acclaimed Kentucky folk artist LaVon Van Williams Jr. will be the Artist in the Schools for the 2017 Foothills Folk Art Festival, which will take place in downtown Newton on Oct. 7. The festival is […]

Companies and Colleges Unite to Train ‘New Collar’ Students

September 19, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

So long white collar and blue collar. Now it’s all about the “new collar” job. In the current technological economy, where factories and production plants are closed or workers are replaced by computers, those computers […]

Apprenticeship Catawba bridges gap for skilled workers

September 11, 2017 Catawba Careers 0

Erick Rivera was all smiles while he talked about his future during the Apprenticeship Catawba 2017 graduation and signing ceremony last month. “They need engineers because these companies all have robots and not many people […]

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