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College Employee Participates in Reading Program

Edgecombe Community College staff member Viola Harris recently read to kindergarten students at Coker-Wimberly Elementary School in Battleboro. She represented the college in the Community Partner program. Harris, who lives in Tarboro, is an administrative assistant II in the cultural arts department at ECC and serves on the Edgecombe County Board of Commissioners.

High School Alumni Group Supports ECC Students

The North Carolina Association of Black High School Alumni (NCABHSA) recently donated $500 to the College and Career Readiness division at Edgecombe Community College. The NCABHSA is composed of alumni of African American high schools that closed in response to desegregation. The organization was established in 2008 to preserve the history of the schools and […]

Nursing Faculty Attend State Conference

The Edgecombe Community College nursing faculty attended the annual North Carolina Associate Degree Nursing Council (NCADN Council) conference held April 10-12 at Wrightsville Beach. The conference theme was “Changing the Tide of Nursing Education.” The keynote speaker was Keith Rischer, a prominent nurse educator who spoke on innovative ways to increase students’ clinical judgement. Faculty […]

ECC Personnel Attend Leadership Summit

Edgecombe Community College instructors and staff attended a recent two-day leadership summit sponsored by the University of North Carolina Wilmington Community College Collaborative. Attending the Aspiring Leaders Summit from ECC were: Courtney Baggett, student counselor Kim Byron-Barnes, program chair, medical assisting, medical office/office administration, ophthalmic medical personnel Ami Denton, director of nursing programs Rebecca Stamilio-Ehret, […]

English Instructor Presents at Regional Conference

Here’s an Eagle pride shout-out to Lorrie Coltraine, instructor of English/humanities at Edgecombe Community College, who presented at the Two-Year College English Association – Southeast (TYCA-SE) conference held recently in Greenville, SC. She presented “Escape Room: Using Creative Classroom Activities for Assessment.” TYCA-SE is affiliated with the National Council of Teachers of English and TYCA […]

ECC Celebrates Black History Month with a Focus on Achievement

Edgecombe Community College students and employees, college leaders, and area residents gathered to celebrate Black History Month on February 22 in McBryde Auditorium on the Rocky Mount campus. The theme of the event was “Black History: Strong Roots, Amazing Achievements.” Princeville Mayor Bobbie Jones (shown) shared keynote remarks, and Minister Willie Moore of Word Tabernacle […]

ECC Hosts Nursing Career Fair for Students

Edgecombe Community College nursing students recently participated in a Nursing Career Fair on the Tarboro campus. Held February 5, the event brought together hospitals, healthcare facilities, and universities that offer baccalaureate nursing programs to offer job opportunities and educational pathways for nursing students. “It’s like speed dating for nursing jobs and degrees,” explains Loretta Langley, […]

Rocky Mount Employees Enjoy Tailgate Lunch

The Edgecombe Community College Foundation treated college employees on the Rocky Mount campus to a tailgate lunch this week for their support of the Foundation’s annual Campus Giving Campaign. Held in the fall, the campaign is a friendly competition between employees based on the Rocky Mount and Tarboro campuses. The campus with the highest percentage […]

NSF Grant Will Help Modernize ECC Manufacturing Programs

With the integration of artificial intelligence and advanced robotics in manufacturing, preparing our workforce to work with these technologies is critical. That’s why Edgecombe Community College is working to align its training programs with Industry 4.0, what many are calling the Fourth Industrial Revolution. The college recently received a National Science Foundation three-year grant of […]

ECC Receives State Cybersecurity Grant

While the world continues to navigate the post-pandemic workplace, cybercriminals have taken advantage of the growing trend of remote working and learning. Edgecombe Community College is trying to stay ahead of would-be hackers. Thanks to a $50,000 state grant, the college is upgrading its cybersecurity system with a server that focuses on identifying potential security […]