Central Carolina Community College, North Carolina (Program Design & Delivery)
What does CCCC stand for?
CCCC stands for Central Carolina Community College
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Samples in periodicals archive:
June 21st, 2011, 2PM-5PM at Central Carolina Community College, Sanford NC
Since 2002, Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) has offered an innovative program in sustainable agriculture, and more recently began a sustainable technologies program offering tracks in alternative energy and green building.
Central Carolina Community College, Sanford, North Carolina
local chefs from the Fearrington House Restaurant, Carolina Inn and The Natural Chef Culinary Program at Central Carolina Community College will showcase menu items recently created for Chatham County Schools, through a program designed to improve school lunch programs.
Kim Browning, department chair of Veterinary Medical Technology at Central Carolina Community College, (N.
Telephone Association (NCTA) and Central Carolina Community College, Sanford, today announced a partnership effort to bolster the state's newest and fastest-growing industry -- fiber optics.
Smith taught at Central Carolina Community College from 1968-1971 and was an Adjunct Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at the Medical College of Virginia from 1980-1989.