Career & Community Enrichment
The Career & Community Enrichment Department offers traditional and online classes to serve the needs of the community and help you reach your personal interest or occupational training goals.
For individuals seeking classes to fulfill their personal interests, we have something for everyone! Classes range from Academic and Test Preparation, Art, Cooking, Furniture Upholstery, Home Improvement, Motorcycle Basic Rider Training, Photography, Quilting and much more!
Educational opportunities are also available for children during the summer months (June-August) through Summerscapes which includes over eighty children’s camps!
Many of today’s jobs require employees to continue training and upgrade their skills while employed. We offer a multitude of courses that will allow you to advance your skills and qualifications and assist in preparing you for a new career.
These topics include Foreign Language, Effective Teaching Training, American Sign Language, Private Investigator Training, and more.
Pre-Registration is required for all Career & Community Enrichment courses.
– EMT-Basic (State/National Registry)
– Emergency Medical Technician
– Commercial Sewing
– Defensive Driving
– Foreign Language
– Motorcycle Repair
– Sign Language
– Small Gas Engine
– Teacher Renewal
– Wedding/Event Planning
– Cardiovascular Monitor Technician
– CNA I & II
– RMA I & II
– Computer Training
– Medical Office
– Personal Development
Please give us a call if you need any assistance: (910) 678-8431
Cathy Baxley, Director for Emergency Services & Health Programs
Courtney Baughard, Department Chair for Career & Community Enrichment
Kenneth Buckey, Division Chair for Public Service
Sydney Darden, Department Chair for Career & Community Enrichment
Stephen Drew, Fire Program Training Coordinator
John Holly, L.E.T. Program Training Coordinator
Amy McLamb, Dean of Career & Community Enrichment