NEW Medical Billing Specialist Program | Seats and Financial Aid Available!

Medical Billing Specialists are in high demand. Healthcare providers seek highly skilled individuals to understand medical insurance, the claims process, the appeals process, and the impact on the practice’s revenue gives the Medical Billing Specialist the tools to optimize the practice’s revenue. Successful completion of this program will prepare the student to take the AAPC Read More

Seats Still Available for Medical Coding Specialist Program

Seats still available on campus or online for the Medical Coding Specialist Program. Medical Coders are a vital part of today’s healthcare system. The class includes Basic Medical Coding, Introduction to Medical Insurance, Advanced Medical Coding to include CPT, HCPCS and ICD-10, National Certification Preparation, and Employability Skills. Certified Professional Coders work in physician’s offices, Read More

2016 SHRM-CP and SHRM-SCP Classes

Advanced Competency and Knowledge SHRM’s new certification is aligned to business needs and meaningfully linked to performance. CP/SCP focuses on competencies, one of the first HR credentials course to have this. It teaches and tests the real-life information and techniques that HR professionals need to excel in their careers today. This knowledge is relevant to Read More

Employability Lab | FREE for Unemployed & Underemployed

An Employability Lab is open Monday through Wednesday 9am-1pm at the NCWorks Career Center (formerly the Employment Securities Commission) at 461 Western Blvd. in Jacksonville. Get help with your job search, resume writing, interviewing and career planning. Free to the unemployed and underemployed. Drop-in, no appointment necessary. Call 910-938-6309 for more information.

Give Now!

Donate to the College Foundation The Coastal Carolina Community College Foundation was created to provide financial support to Coastal Carolina Community College, beyond that which can be obtained through normal sources. State and local allocated funds sustain the basic costs of the College, but such funds never meet all the needs for facilities, equipment, scholarships, Read More