News & Record theater critic Scott Michaels reviews GTCC Center for Creative and Performing Arts production of “Unnecessary Farce.”
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North Carolina Lt. Gov. Dan Forest to speak at GTCC’s 52nd commencement ceremony on May 10. More than 1,300 students are expected to receive degrees at the ceremony.
Avid Blogs features Mark Dillon, music technology instructor at GTCC.
North Carolina State University Astrophysicist Dr. Katherine Mack will give the annual GTCC Stellar Society Astronomy lecture at 7 p.m. Friday, April 13.
WUNC’s Naomi Prioleau reports on efforts to train more workers to fill jobs in North Carolina’s booming construction industry.
Applications for the Spring Term 2018 State Employees’ Credit Union Foundation Continuing Education Scholarship are now being accepted. Deadline to apply is May 1.
GTCC’s Sam Chinnis, associate professor of global logistics talks distribution centers with FOX 8’s Charles Ewing.
GTCC women’s and men’s basketball players recently received NJCAA Division II recognition for their accomplishments during the 2017-2018 season.
GTCC Performing Arts Theatre will present its spring production, “Unnecessary Farce,” April 5-7 and April 12-14.
GTCC’s annual career fair is free and open job seekers. The “Let’s Get to Work” Career Fair will be held at the Medlin Campus Center in Jamestown.