“I’m not just taking random steps and hoping for the best anymore. I’m planning it out.”
GTCC students from the Entertainment Technology program collaborated with local rock ‘n roll band Crenshaw Pentecostal to produce its first EP.
GTCC graduate Spencer Moore (’16) is soaring high as an avionics technician with Cessna/Textron. His flight plan also includes obtaining his Airframe and Powerplant license from GTCC.
GTCC alum Nick Dasnoit (’17) used the Opportunity Greensboro Fellows Program to gain valuable networking skills that helped him secure a full-time job in Information Technology.
GTCC Pharmacy Technology Program has earned accreditation from the Pharmacy Technician Accreditation Commission.
Graduates of GTCC’s furniture sewing class have achieved 100 percent job placement, filling in-demand positions to support local industry.
GTCC President Dr. Randy Parker has received the 2018 Distinguished College President Award by the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Carolinas Region.
News & Record theater critic Scott Michaels reviews GTCC Center for Creative and Performing Arts production of “Unnecessary Farce.”
Avid Blogs features Mark Dillon, music technology instructor at GTCC.
WUNC’s Naomi Prioleau reports on efforts to train more workers to fill jobs in North Carolina’s booming construction industry.