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New transfer pathways offered for future educators

June 22, 2020 – Davidson County Community College will offer two new programs for students interested in pursuing careers in teaching education effective Fall 2020. DCCC is currently enrolling for both the Associate in Arts and Associate in Science in Teacher Preparation. These degrees offer a seamless pathway to any state university to earn a Bachelor’s degree […]

2020 Lexington Farmers Market poster features DCCC student design

March 10, 2020 – As the winds of winter slow into spring, the Lexington Farmers Market prepares for a summer season of fresh produce, artisanal creations and connected community. In an effort to bring together these entities and more, the market has tasked students of Davidson County Community College with how to best share their […]

New EMT certification course available for Davie High students

November 25, 2019 – Nine Davie High School seniors will soon enter a new classroom with the same basic objective. They want to learn how to save lives. A new Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) course will begin this spring through Davie High School and Davidson County Community College. It will allow students to simultaneously earn […]

DCCC Receives $20,000 from the Gene Haas Foundation

The Gene Haas Foundation presented Davidson County Community College with a check for $20,000 to support scholarships for students studying machining. The foundation has awarded DCCC with funds of varying amounts for the past four years. “The Gene Haas Foundation recognizes a need for more highly trained machinists,” said Trip Robinson, sales engineer for Haas […]

Industry leaders meet with future workforce during Advanced Manufacturing Day

October 2, 2019 – The future of advanced manufacturing filled the Davidson County Community College courtyard on October 2. The annual Advanced Manufacturing Day event brought together local businesses and employers with the next generation of their workforce. The event is dedicated to creating space for modern manufacturing companies to showcase the businesses, career pathways […]

DCCC student reaches long-sought diploma with new state program

September 16, 2019 – At 17 years-old, Zach Frye learned he and his girlfriend were expecting a baby. In order to provide for his new family, he dropped out of high school and put his education on the back burner. In spite of his obstacles, however, he has reached a long-fought personal achievement. Zach Frye […]

DCCC faculty, students publish research in their fields

August 5, 2019 – Across the nation, the winds have shifted for universities and colleges. Four-year universities used to be powerhouses for research and breakthrough innovation in nearly every academic discipline imaginable. And yet, community college faculty have begun to enter the formerly exclusive camps of their colleagues at these large, four-year institutions. Over the […]

DCCC awarded $18,000 for SECU Bridge to Career Cohort program

August 2, 2019 – Davidson County Community College will participate in the State Employers Credit Union (SECU) Bridge to Career Cohort program offering 30 scholarships in the amount of $500 for local industrial areas seeking skilled labor specialists. The scholarships will focus on the workforce development areas of carpentry, manufacturing maintenance and welding for the […]

DCCC announces transfer agreement for Zoo & Aquarium Science students with WSSU

July 2, 2019 – Two new transfer agreements will create opportunities for Davidson County Community College graduates to pursue a bachelor’s degree from Winston-Salem State University (WSSU). The 2+2 agreements will create a streamlined path for graduates of DCCC’s Zoo & Aquarium Science program to enter WSSU with junior status – 60 or more credit […]

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