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HAMLET — Duke Energy continues its investment in Richmond Community College’s Electric Utility Substation and Relay Technology program to help build a skilled workforce for the utility industry. The Duke Energy Foundation awarded a $50,000 grant to the College in support of its EUSRT program that prepares students to become relay technicians and transformer test specialist. 

HAMLET — Vice President of Therafirm Ken Hartley wants people to know the textile industry is alive and well in Richmond County thanks to technology, automation and customized training provided by Richmond Community College.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College recently held a Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certification class for employees from five different companies from Richmond and Scotland counties. 

HAMLET — Over 100 people earned a high school diploma through Richmond Community College’s adult education programs this past year. The College held a special graduation ceremony Tuesday night at the Cole Auditorium to celebrate these students’ achievement.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Board of Trustees held a specially called meeting Wednesday to approve the new budget for the planned addition and renovations to main campus in Hamlet and to approve a bid for the construction project.

HAMLET — Once again Richmond Community College will be honoring one of its many exceptional graduates with the Outstanding Alumni Award at the College’s Convocation this fall. 

HAMLET — Richmond Community College’s Board of Trustees approved a request Tuesday to add an associate degree in Emergency Medical Science to its curriculum programs beginning fall 2020. RichmondCC will now submit an application to the State Board of Community Colleges to be able to offer this new two-year degree.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College is once again expanding its summer camp offerings, with rising fifth- through 12th-graders invited to attend up to 11 sessions this year between June 17 and Aug. 1.

HAMLET — Richmond Community College Information Technology graduate William “Hunter” O’Neal knows that if he wants to be successful in an IT career he must continue to educate himself in this ever-changing industry.

HAMLET — A series of workforce advancement classes known as “Fridays at the Forte” will be offered May 31 through July 12 every Friday at Richmond Community College in the John E. Forte Building.

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