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Administrative Professionals Day April 23rd

Military Spouse Solopreneur Celebrates Administrative Professionals Day with a Special Presentation to the Small Business Center (Camp Lejeune, NC) – Ms. Melissa St. Clair, Owner of Paper Chaser, a military-spouse owned virtual-based company that provides professional administrative services for small business owners, will mark Administrative Professionals Day by making a special presentation of business start-up Read More

Top Computer Classes for May 2014

(NEW) Computer Basics II – class starts May 1st (NEW) Computer and Internet Essentials for Seniors – class starts May 2nd Introduction to SharePoint 2010 for the End-User – class starts May 5th (NEW) What’s New in Windows 8 – class starts May 5th COMPTIA Security + Certification Prep (Hybrid) course – class starts May Read More

Professional Organizer Class Begins June 3

June 3 – July 24, 2014 Tuesdays and Thursdays 9:30 am – 1:30 pm $180.00 plus $1.00 insurance fee 64 hours (comprised of classroom lecture/ discussion/practical application) Professional Organizers are in great demand and gaining popularity by providing a much-needed service to communities, businesses and individuals. Many people want to get organized but don’t know Read More

Professional Bookkeeping Class Begins June 3

Learn the skills you need to succeed as a Bookkeeper. There are certain skills that you need to enter the professional field of Bookkeeping. This program is designed to prepare individuals for an entry-level position as a bookkeeper or accounting clerk. It familiarizes students with generally accepted accounting and bookkeeping principles and associated computer programs. Read More

Today’s Teller Class Begins June 3

Coastal Carolina Community College’s Division of Continuing Education presents a course designed for individuals interested in becoming bank tellers and cashiers. Topics to be covered in this 24-hour course include the role of the teller, handling checks, processing transactions, cash handling and balancing, bank security, motivation and self-confidence, professional conduct and dress, and providing quality Read More

Local Students Compete at Mathematics Contest

Students representing Eugene Ashley High School, Holly Shelter Middle School, John T. Hoggard High School, Myrtle Grove Middle School, Noble Middle School, and Seventy-First Classical Middle School were the top competitors recently as students gathered from around the region for Coastal Carolina Community College’s 28th Annual Mathematics Contest. The College welcomed 135 of the region’s Read More

Do you qualify for FREE money?

File FAFSA today and find out! Now is the Time! In order to be prepared to receive Pell Grant funds for fall semester 2014–15, students should complete the FAFSA application at www.fafsa.gov . Tax returns are required to be completed for tax year 2013. Make sure you complete the application for 2014–15. If you are a Read More

PTK Election Results

Congratulations to the following students who will serve as PTK officers beginning in late April! President:  Jennifer Gaines Vice President:  Maura Doebbler Vice President of Services: Elizabeth Jamerson Vice President of Records:  Christopher Olinger

Certified Professional Bookkeeper (AIPB) – Registration Deadline May 16

Becoming a Certified Bookkeeper increases your earning potential, enhances your standing as a professional and gives you an edge in a competitive job market. The American Institute of Professional Bookkeepers (AIPB) has established the Certified Bookkeeper (CB) credential, a high professional standard for bookkeepers at the National Level. The course includes six workbooks, one for Read More

Tobacco Free at 4C

As a provider of higher education and job training, Coastal Carolina Community College promotes the health and safety of all students, faculty, staff, and visitors.  Numerous efforts have been made toward the creation of an atmosphere which is most conducive to teaching and learning, minimizing health and safety risks to the extent possible.  Consequently, upon Read More