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Cape Fear Community College

CFCC students get hands-on training in new fields

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Some Cape Fear Community College students are getting hands-on experience as they try to move to new careers. For the past few weeks the students in the carpentry program have been building a utility building at the North Campus. Full story...
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Early college high school grads get jump start on future

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video It's not every day a student has her high school diploma and college degree by the age of 18. Alexandra Lyons started Pender Early College High School at the age of 15. The program gives high school students the chance to pursue an associate degree from cape fear community college. Full story...
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CFCC continues site work, waits on tax vote

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Cape Fear Community College continues to clean up the old police station property in Downtown Wilmington in hopes of breaking ground for the Union Station Building. Full story...
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Pre-schoolers' message in bottle lands in Africa

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video It took two years and thousands of miles at sea, but a group of local pre-schoolers has made contact with a couple in Africa by way of a message in a bottle. Full story...
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CFCC shows off its green (technology)

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video Did you show off your green today? Cape Fear Community College did. In order to prepare students for jobs in these emerging industries, CFCC is going green by launching a new program. Full story...
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Hagan checks out CFCC Marine Technology program

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The instructors are trying to get support for a new ship, because the Dan Moore is more than 40 years old and in need of replacing. They hope the tour helped prove that to the senator. Full story...
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CFCC reaches record enrollment

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There are more students enrolled at Cape Fear Community College than ever before. Full story...
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Colleges respond to President's challenges

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With so jobs at a premium, higher education is more important than ever. But many Americans are trying to figure out how to pay for college. In last night's State of the Union, President Obama put an emphasis on bringing those costs down. Full story...
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Slumping economy leads to record CFCC enrollment

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This semester a record number of students enrolled at the community college. With area unemployment back above 10 percent, many people are trading the briefcase for a backpack and heading back to school. Full story...
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CFCC, local businesses help spread holiday cheer

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videoThey do it every year at Cape Fear Community College, and the stories are always heart warming. Tuesday, CFCC gave us a look at how they are spreading hope to their students before the holidays. Full story...
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Cape Fear Community College looks to help job-seekers

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Cape Fear Community College is setting out to put job-seekers on the fast track toward employment in the New Year. CFCC's Jobs Now program will offer short-term, low-cost classes... Full story...
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High school students visit CFCC to learn about health industry

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Hands on health training was the name of the game today at CFCC. A handful of students from North Brunswick High School interested in pursuing health related careers got the chance to practice real life procedures. Full story...
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Dessert anyone? CFCC hosts annual Holiday Dessert Expo

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videoThe culinary students at Cape Fear Community College held their annual Holiday Dessert Expo Tuesday. Our Steve Rondinaro and John Rendleman were lucky enough to get the sweetest news assignment of the year as judges. Full story...
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Sea Devils take season opener in come from behind victory

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Cape Fear Community College made it all the way to the Junior College National Tournament last year. Monday night, the Sea Devils returned to the court for their season opener against Wake Tech. Full story...
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Demolition of former police station makes way for new Union Station Building

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It is the beginning of the end for one Wilmington landmark. Crews started demolition on the former Wilmington Police Department headquarters on Red Cross Street. Full story...
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