JSCC Foundation Donor Appreciation Dinner Set for November 19

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KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA – The JSCC Foundation will host a Donor Appreciation Dinner on Tuesday, November 19, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. The dinner is a way to recognize donors who have made scholarships possible for students, as well as recognize the students who have received scholarships.

Scholarship recipients will be seated with donors so that they can meet each other and fellowship. It is expected that at least 30 scholarship recipients will be in attendance.

During the dinner, attendees will hear from Kristy Orozco, a JSCC ambassador and Presidential Scholar; Paula Pierce, a donor for the helping hands scholarship; Tracy Grady, a parent of a scholarship recipient; Dr. Stan Turbeville, the Executive Director of the JSCC Foundation; and Dr. Jay Carraway, the President of James Sprunt.

The event will be held at the Ed Emory Auditorium which is located directly across from the JSCC main campus in Kenansville at 165 Agriculture Drive in Kenansville, NC 28349.

The following students were awarded scholarships from the JSCC Foundation for the 2019-2020 school year and will be recognized during the ceremony:


Student Name Scholarship(s) Awarded
Casey Atkinson Presidential Scholarship
John Avent Presidential Scholarship
Daniel Bell Presidential Scholarship
Ella Blackburn Herring Scholarship
Margaret Carney-Pitts James F. Strickland, Kirk Crisman/DCPC Educational, Four County EMC
Peyton Casteen George F. Landen Memorial, Dr. Vernon Lee Hawes Memorial, Herring Scholarship
Jacob Cavenaugh James E. & Mary Z. Bryan Memorial, Marion Louise Price Elkin, Dr. Corbett L. Quinn Memorial
Logan Cavenaugh Presidential Scholarship
Charles Craft A. D. & Peggy Quinn, John Cameron & Ruby Spence Smith, Herring Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship
Aika DeFreitas Presidential Scholarship
Kimberly Fountain Alan & Millie Ivey Brown, Jesse Norman & Bertha Williams Smith, Harvey McLean Sr.,
Presidential Scholarship
Alexis Futrell Presidential Scholarship
Iscela Gonzaga Presidential Scholarship
Benjamin Grady Brenda Cates & Alisa Ortman, Lila Swinson Roberts Memorial, William & Kathryn Wrenn, Presidential Scholarship
Stoppelbein & Coleman, DDS, PA Academic, G. & Sudie M. Henry Memorial, Herring Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship
Zachary Hatcher Four County EMC, Beulaville Area Chamber of Commerce
Clint Henderson Presidential Scholarship
Taylor Hewett Presidential Scholarship
Ethan Houston Presidential Scholarship
Madison Humphrey Presidential Scholarship
Anna Jenkins Presidential Scholarship
Roberto Jimenez Presidential Scholarship
Amy Jones Presidential Scholarship
Michaela Jones Addis P. Cates, John F. Powers Memorial, Presidential Scholarship
Carlie Krimin Presidential Scholarship
Carol Leggett W. E. Foster Helping Hand Scholarship, County Retired School Personnel, Perry Whaley Memorial, Herring Scholarship
Victoriana Martinez Presidential Scholarship
Antonia Lizardo Meraz Presidential Scholarship
Esmeralda Lopez Perez JSCC Trustee, Robert & Thelma Williams, Herring Scholarship
Hannah Millard Presidential Scholarship
Kristy Orozco Presidential Scholarship
Rosa Ortiz-Perez Presidential Scholarship
Langston Pollock Harry E. & Vivian Kramer Memorial, Duplin County Farm Bureau, O. C., Olivia & Cherish Murray Scholarship, Piggly Wiggly of Wallace, Herring Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship
Chelsea Powell Dovie L. Penney Memorial, J. Willard Hoffler, Herring Scholarship,
Presidential Scholarship
Kara Repass Edd Dudley & Marie A. Monk Memorial, Lynn & Anthony Brown Memorial, Herring Scholarship
Mia Ryans Presidential Scholarship
Kaitlyn Sholar Presidential Scholarship
Candace Smith Duplin General Hospital Medical Staff, Zettie Brinson Williams, Edward L. & Helen A. Boyette Scholarship, Jackie Fussell Jones, Herring Scholarship
Yulisa Solis-Ayala Presidential Scholarship
Mallorie Tart Presidential Scholarship
Garrett Teachey Sheriff George Garner Memorial, Emmanuel Pickett Memorial, Presidential Scholarship
Owen Teachey Geraldine & Russell Tucker, Wallace Rotary Club, Herring Scholarship
Shayla Thacker Presidential Scholarship
Jamison Torrans Presidential Scholarship
Yarely Venegas James R. Rose Memorial, Jim & Mary Elizabeth Albertson Memorial, Charles H. Yelverton, Herring Scholarship
Brittney Ward Beulaville Area Chamber of Commerce, Stacy R. Quinn Memorial, Presidential Scholarship
Erica Ward Sherrel Sholar Bunn, Herring Scholarship
Trenton Watts Presidential Scholarship
Mack Whitehurst Herring Scholarship, Presidential Scholarship
Kayley Whiting Presidential Scholarship
Kelly Williams Presidential Scholarship

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For media related questions and information, please contact Cheryl Hemric, director of marketing and public information at James Sprunt Community College at (910) 275-6170.

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James Sprunt Community College is one of the premier institutions in the North Carolina Community College System. Our college serves more than 5,000 students annually from our Kenansville and WestPark campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at www.jamessprunt.edu.

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Nursing Students to Learn Stress Management Techniques

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KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA – First year Associate Degree Nursing students at James Sprunt Community College will be learning stress management techniques to help them deal with increased anxiety that continues to build throughout their education. Demanding examinations, work in clinical situations, and dealing with patients can take a toll on a nursing student’s health.

Research has shown that nursing students experience a high level of stress and anxiety throughout their education. Nursing students experience more anxiety, especially test anxiety, than students from other healthcare disciplines and field. Some of the factors contributing to the stress could be the lack of financial aid, so students have to juggle school with working to make ends meet, having to balance clinical courses along with family and other life issues, as well as the high rigor of the nursing curriculum. Failing just one exam could mean the end of a students’ nursing career.

“We have always covered this topic in our class,” said Betty Merrit, an associate degree nursing instructor at James Sprunt. “But this will be the first year we have more in-depth training for our students, so that when they do get stressed, they can start establishing coping mechanisms so they can deal with it better and stress less.”

Dawn Knowles, a social worker with Vidant Behavioral Health in Kenansville, will be speaking to Nursing 111 students on Wednesday and Thursday this week about ways that they can recognize the signs of stress and how they can use coping mechanisms to help them better deal with stress.

“This is what Vidant Behavior Health does, they teach people how to deal with stress,” said Merrit. “They will talk about basic stress, how it starts and how it can advance to a point that you cannot cope with it anymore… students will learn about coping mechanisms for different people, what is effective for one person may not work for another.”

In addition to a visit by Vidant, students will also have access to a lab station that features calming music with ocean sounds to help them get relaxed, as well as learn techniques from a Allysa Davis, a massage therapist who will demonstrate small ways that students can do themselves to help them relax.

“This will help students, help themselves, and once they can do that, they can apply that method to help their patients later on,” said Merritt.

Merritt also hopes that this training in stress management will also help with student retention from first year to second year.

“Nursing in and of itself is stressful… We throw a lot of concepts at the first semester students. It can be overwhelming. Nurses think differently and practice differently than other fields,” she said. “The stress factor is also in dealing with patients’ lives. It is very easy to make a mistake – you could easily give someone something that they have a strong allergic reaction to, and you have to think fast, so it’s a lot of stress dealing with lives and trying to help others.”

She adds, “A little stress is good… but when that stress overwhelms, they can miss stuff, and we don’t want that to happen.”

The lab for Nursing 111 meets on Wednesday and Thursday from 1:00 p.m. – 3:45 p.m. to accommodate all 32 students. The same speakers, demonstrations, and training will be held on both days.

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For media related questions and information, please contact Cheryl Hemric, director of marketing and public information at James Sprunt Community College at (910) 275-6170.

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James Sprunt Community College is one of the premier institutions in the North Carolina Community College System. Our college serves more than 5,000 students annually from our Kenansville and WestPark campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at www.jamessprunt.edu.

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JSCC Foundation Selling Christmas Ornaments to Support Emergency Book Grant Fund

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                      NOVEMBER 11, 2019

KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA – The JSCC Foundation is starting a new tradition this year – the selling of JSCC Christmas Ornaments! This fundraiser will help support students in need of financial assistance. Those interested in finding the perfect stocking stuffer for a James Sprunt Alum or a current student, need to look no further than the JSCC Foundation office.

This is the first year that the college has sold ornaments but hopes to make this fundraiser an annual tradition each year with a new ornament design being introduced each holiday season.

The ornaments are on sale for $10.00 each, feature the James Sprunt logo and come in a special designed box that makes it easy for gift giving.

The money raised from the sale of the ornaments will go to benefit the Emergency Book Fund Grant. The Emergency Book Fund Grant was established to help students buy books or book access codes after they have exhausted every other avenue. Students seeking the EBFG must be referred to the JSCC Foundation by the Financial Aid Office to be eligible.

Ornaments are available for purchase in the JSCC Foundation Office in the McGowan Building, Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. and Friday from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. The Foundation accepts cash or check only. If paying by check, individuals are asked to write them out to the JSCC Foundation, Inc.

There is a limited supply of JSCC ornaments available, those interested are encouraged to make their purchase early.

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For media related questions and information, please contact Cheryl Hemric, director of marketing and public information at James Sprunt Community College at (910) 275-6170.

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James Sprunt Community College is one of the premier institutions in the North Carolina Community College System. Our college serves more than 5,000 students annually from our Kenansville and WestPark campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at www.jamessprunt.edu.

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Tech Hire Grants Available for Those Interested in Healthcare Programs at James Sprunt

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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE                                                      NOVEMBER 5, 2019

KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA – For those interested in pursuing a career in healthcare, the Tech Hire Grant Program at James Sprunt Community College may help students receive the training necessary at no cost.

The Tech Hire Grant is designed to help individuals overcome economic, educational, physical and personal barriers that may have once prevented them from seeking training or higher education. This grant helps those individuals receive training at no cost, earn stackable credentials, and seek job opportunities and advance in the healthcare sector.

In addition to covering the cost of tuition, under the Tech Hire Grant, students may also qualify for childcare and travel assistance, receive funding for books, as well as funding to cover the cost of uniforms.

Eligible students may enroll in one of the following programs at no cost for tuition:

Short-Term Training Workforce Development Programs
• Nurse Assistant I
• Nurse Assistant II
• Phlebotomy
• Pharmacy Technician
• Medication Aide

Credit / Curriculum Programs:
• Practical Nursing
• Associate Degree in Nursing

Students must be the ages of 17 and 29 years of old and enrolled in one of the approved programs stated above.

For more information, students may call Autumn Baker, TechHire Project Coordinator,

at (910) 275-6196 or students may visit the Pathways to Success Lab located in the Strickland Building, Room 120 which is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00 am – 2:00 pm.

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For media related questions and information, please contact Cheryl Hemric, director of marketing and public information at James Sprunt Community College at (910) 275-6170.

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James Sprunt Community College is one of the premier institutions in the North Carolina Community College System. Our college serves more than 5,000 students annually from our Kenansville and WestPark campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at www.jamessprunt.edu.

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Burgaw Middle School to Visit James Sprunt

MEDIA ADISORY                                                      NOVEMBER 5, 2019 

KENANSVILLE, NORTH CAROLINA – Approximately 100 sixth graders from Burgaw Middle School will be visiting James Sprunt Community College on Wednesday, November 6, 2019 to explore college life and careers in Allied Health, Advertising and Graphic Design, Electrical Wiring, and Barbering.

Students will arrive at 9:30 a.m. to begin their tour of the campus and to meet with faculty from the programs of study mentioned, as well as to hear from counselors from Student Services, the Single Stop Office, as well as staff from the JSCC Library.

The tour will end at 12:00 noon.

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For media related questions and information, please contact Cheryl Hemric, director of marketing and public information at James Sprunt Community College at (910) 275-6170.

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James Sprunt Community College is one of the premier institutions in the North Carolina Community College System. Our college serves more than 5,000 students annually from our Kenansville and WestPark campuses and three specialized centers. Learn more at www.jamessprunt.edu.

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Spring 2020 Continuing Education Classes Announced at James Sprunt

Please see below for the list of continuing education classes that will begin in Spring 2020 at James Sprunt Community College.

To register, please call continuing education at (910) 275-6160.

Workforce Development Classes

Electrical Wiring 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm TTH TBA

Forklift Driver Training 8:30 pm – 12:30 pm SA 4/18 $71.50

Electrical Contractor Renewal 8:00 am – 4:30 pm SA TBA

Intrepreter Training 9:00 am – 3:30 pm SA 1/18-3/7 $126.50

Combined Biological
Wastewater Operator Level I / II 8:00 am – 5:30 pm F,SA 1/10-2/1 $181.50

Combined Biological
Wastewater Operator Level I / II 8:00 am – 5:30 pm T,TH 1/7-1/30 $181.50

Basic Computers Online TBA

Basic Quickbooks Online TBA

Advanced Quickbooks Online TBA

Job Ready Online TBA

Te register for the above classes, call (910) 275-6160.

 

Workforce Development Classes Available in Spanish

Wknd Cosmetolgy Beg.-Spanish 8:00 am – 7:00 pm SA/SU 1/11-5/10 $216.50

Wknd Manicurist/Nail Tech-Spanish 8:00 am – 7:00 pm SA/SU 1/11-5/10 $216.50

HVAC/EPA – Spanish 8:00 am – 2:00 pm SA TBA $181.50

HVAC/EPA – Spanish 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm SA TBA $181.50

Night Cosmetology Beg. -Spanish 5:00 pm – 10:00 pm M-TH 1/6-5/14 $216.50

Basic Computer 9:00 am – 2:00 pm SA TBA Fee Waiver

Basic Computer 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm TTH 1/14-4/7 Fee Waiver

Electrical Residential Wiring 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm MW TBA

Te register these Spanish Workforce Development classes, call (910) 275-6185.


 

Short-term Allied Health Classes

SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE FOR ALLIED HEALTH CLASSES

To register, please call (910) 275-6194 or email bmott@jamessprunt.edu.

Dialysis Technician

Dialysis Technician 6:00 pm-10:00 pm T,TH 2/13/20 – 6/9/20 $216.50

Nurse Assistant I/II

Nurse Assistant I 9:00 am-1:00 pm M,T,W,TH 1/27/20 – 4/22/20 $216.50

Nurse Assistant I 9:00 am-1:00 pm M,T,W,TH 5/13/20 – 8/13/20 $216.50

Nurse Assistant I 9:00 am-1:00 pm M,W 1/13/20 – 6/6/20 $216.50

Nurse Assistant II 1:30 pm-5:30 pm T,TH 1/7/20 – 5/18/20 $216.50

Medication Aide 

Medication Aide for Skilled Living 6:00 pm-10:00 pm T 2/11/20 – 3/24/20 $126.50

Medication Aide for Skilled Living 6:00 pm-10:00 pm T 6/16/20 – 7/28/20 $126.50

Medication Aide for Assisted Living 1:30 pm-5:30 pm T,TH 2/4/20 – 2/25/20 $126.50

Medication Aide for Assisted Living 9:00 am-1:00 pm TH 4/2/20 – 5/14/20 $126.50

Medication Aide for Assisted Living 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm TH 7/9/20 – 8/20/20 $126.50

Medical Assistant

Medical Assistant6:00 pm – 10:00 pm T,TH2/4/20-TBA$216.50

Pharmacy Technician 

Pharmacy Tech 1:30 pm-5:30 pm M,W 1/13/20 – 6/8/20 $181.50

Pharmacy Tech 6:00 pm-10:00 pm M,W 5/14/20 – 9/29/20 $181.50

Pharmacy Tech-hybrid7:00 pm-10:00 pm

Class will meet on 1/28, 3/31, 6/91/28/20 – 6/9/20$181.50

Phlebotomy Technology 

Phlebotomy Tech-seated 6:00 pm-10:00 pm M,W 1/13/20 – 7/29/20 $216.50

Phlebotomy Techhybrid 6:00 pm-10:00 pm W 1/15/20 – 7/29/20 $216.50

Fast Forward Class in Pharmacy Technician!

Pharmacy Technician – Hybrid: 12/19/20 – 1/21/20

Face to Face Meetings: 12/9, 1/2, 1/21, 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm $216.50


 

Emergency Medical Services Training

EMT Initial – Beginner Course

EMT Initial 6:00 pm – 10:00 pm T,TH 1/7/20 $196.50/waiver

EMT / 1st Responders

Faison EMS

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 1/6/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 2/3/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed  7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 3/2/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 4/6/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 5/4/20 $70.00/waiver

Pleasant Grove EMS

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm W 1/15/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm W 2/19/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm W 3/18/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm W 4/15/20 $70.00/waiver

Fountaintown 1st Responders

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm T 1/14/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm T 2/11/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm T 3/10/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm T 4/14/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm T 5/12/20 $70.00/waiver

Oak Wolf 1st Responders

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 1/14/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 1/28/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 2/10/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 2/24/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 3/9/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 3/23/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 4/13/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 4/27/20 $70.00/waiver

EMT Con-Ed 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm M 5/11/20 $70.00/waiver

Magnolia 1st Responders

EMT Con-Ed7:00 pm – 10:00 pm TBATBATBA

Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers 

Basic Life Support HCP 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm T 1/28/20 $60.00

Basic Life Support HCP 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm T 2/25/20 $60.00

Basic Life Support HCP 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm T 3/31/20 $60.00

Basic Life Support HCP 1:00 pm – 6:00 pm T 4/28/20 $60.00


 

Workforce Development Classes

Basic QuickBooks 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm T,TH 2/4/20 – 2/27/20 $71.50

Advanced QuickBooks 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm T,TH 3/17/20 – 4/9/20 $71.50

HVAC 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm T,TH 1/7/20 – 4/23/20 $181.50

Vehicle Safety Inspection 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm M,W 1/13/20 – 1/15/20 $71.50

NC Vehicle Safety Inspection 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm M,W 3/16/20 – 3/18/20 $71.50

NC Vehicle Safety Inspection 6:30 pm – 10:30 pm M,W 5/11/20 – 5/13/20 $71.50

Diesel Mechanic 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm T,Th 1/13/20-TBA $181.50

Electrical Contractor 8:00 am – 5:00 pm F,Sa 2/14/20 – 2/15/20 $71.50

ServSafe Management 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm M-TH 1/27/20-1/30/20 $71.50

Pathways to Success 9:00 am – 2:00 pm T,TH 1/6/20 – 5/7/20 Fee Waiver

Computer Basics 8:00 am – 12:00 pm F 1/10/20-2/14/20 Fee Waiver

Notary Public Education 9:00 am – 4:30 pm Sa 4/18/20 $71.50

Microsoft Excel Online Online 2/10/20 – TBA $71.50

Microsoft Excel 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm T,Th 1/7/20-1/30/20 $71.50

Microsoft Excel 8:00 am – 12:00 pm F 3/6/20-4/10/20 $71.50

Microsoft Word Online Online 2/17/20 – TBA $71.50

Microsoft Word 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm M,W 2/4/20-2/27/20 $71.50

Microsoft Powerpoint Online M,W 2/10/20-TBA $71.50

Microsoft Powerpoint 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm M,W 3/2/20-3/26/20 $71.50

Photoshop 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm M,W 1/6/20-1/29/20 $71.50

 


Personal Enrichment

Heartsong Tribal 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm T 2/25/20 – 4/7/20 $46.50

Heartsong Tribal 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm T 4/14/20 – 5/26/20 $46.50

Heartsong Tribal 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm T 6/2/20 – 7/14/20 $46.50

Heartsong Tribal 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm T 7/21/20 – 9/1/20 $46.50

Heartsong Tribal 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm T 9/8/20 – 10/20/20 $46.50

Heartsong Tribal 6:30 pm – 8:00 pm T 10/27/20 – 12/8/20 $46.50

Belly Dancing 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm T 4/14/20 – 5/26/20 $46.50

Belly Dancing 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm T 6/2/20 – 7/14/20 $46.50

Belly Dancing 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm T 7/21/20 – 9/1/20 $46.50

Belly Dancing 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm T 9/8/20 – 10/20/20 $46.50

Belly Dancing 5:30 pm – 6:30 pm T 10/27/20 – 12/8/20 $46.50

Growing Backyard Groceries 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm M,TH 4/2/20 – 4/27/20 $31.50

Cake Decorating 6:00 pm  – 9:00 pm TH 3/5/20 – 4/23/20 $41.50

 


4-Hour Defensive Driving Classes

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 1/16/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 1/30/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 2/13/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 2/27/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 3/12/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 3/26/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 4/9/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 4/23/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 5/7/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 5/21/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 6/4/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 6/18/19 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 7/16/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 7/30/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 8/13/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 8/27/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 9/10/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 10/8/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 10/22/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 11/5/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 11/19/20 $60.00

5:45  pm-10:00  pm TH 12/3/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 1/18/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 2/1/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 2/15/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 2/29/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 3/14/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 3/28/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 4/25/20 $60.00

7:45  am-12:00  pm Sa 5/9/20 $60.00

To register for these classes, please call (910) 275-6160.

 


Pre-College / Basic Skills Classes

Classes Available January 2 – March 10, 2020

Academic Lab 7:30 am – 4:00 pm M,T,W,TH 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

AHS Science 8:30 am – 12:00 pm M,W 1/2/20  – 3/10/20 Free

ESL Lab 8:30 am – 12:00 pm T,W,TH 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

Essentials Academy 8:30 am – 12:00 pm

AHS Social Studies 8:30 am – 12:00 pm M,W 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

AHS English 1:00 pm – 4:00 pm M,W 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

Friday Academy 8:00 am – 12:00 pm F 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

ESL Lab 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm T,TH 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

HSE Prep 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm M,W 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

AHS Night 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm T,TH 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

AHS Night 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm M,W 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

Night Lab/ Online 5:00 pm- 9:00 pm M,T,W,TH 1/2/20 – 3/10/20 Free

Everyday Math & Reading 9:00 am – 1:00 pm M 1/2/20 – 5/7/20 Free

HSE Prep (HiSET) 10:00 am – 12:00 pm T 1/2/20 – 5/7/20 Free

ESL/HSE/AHS 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm M,T,W,TH 1/2/20 – 5/7/20 Free

HSE (GED) 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm T,TH 1/2/20 – 5/7/20 Free

ESL 6:00 pm- 9:00 pm M,T,F 1/2/20 – 5/7/20 Free

ESL 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm T,TH 1/2/20 – 5/7/20 Free

 

Classes Available March 11 – May 7, 2020

Academic Lab 7:30 am – 4:00 pm M,T,W,TH 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

AHS Science 8:30 am – 12:00 pm M,W 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

ESL Lab 8:30 am – 12:00 pm T,TH 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

Essentials Academy 8: 30 am – 12:00 pm

AHS Social Studies 1:00 pm- 4:00 pm M,W 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

AHS English 8:30 am – 12:00 pm M,W 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

Friday Academy 8:00 am – 12:00 pm F 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

ESL Lab 8:30 am – 12:00 pm T,W,TH 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

HSE Prep 6:00 pm 9:00 pm M,W 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

AHS Night 6: 00 pm – 9:00 pm T,TH 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

AHS Night 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm M,W 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

Night Lab/ Online 5:00 pm- 9:00 pm M,T,W,TH 3/11/20 – 5/7/20 Free

Offisite Classes Available from January 2 – May 7

Wallace: 

Iglesia de Dios Pentecostal, ESL, M,T,F 6pm-9pm

Rose Hill: 

Rose Hill Library  Everyday Reading & Math, M, 9am-1pm

Rose Hill Magnolia Elementary ESL & AHS, MW, 6pm-9pm

Rose Hill Magnolia Elementary  HSE, T,TH, 6pm-9pm

Warsaw:

West Park   HSE    T,TH    6pm-9pm

Albertson:

B.F. Grady ESL T, TH 6pm-9pm

Employers and Individuals Can “Shop” James Sprunt to Enhance Skills and the Workforce

Dr Jay Carraway

As published in the October 31st edition of The Duplin Times.

While many of you will be handing out treats to our little ones this week, please don’t forget to also treat yourself to some spectacular higher education at James Sprunt Community College.

Education is the best gift that you can ever give to yourself, and as the holiday season is quickly approaching, please don’t forget to “shop” at James Sprunt and fill your cart with a couple of workforce development classes like Excel, Basic Wiring, Cake Decorating, Pharmacy Technician, Cosmetology Instructor or one of our Fast Forward classes that begin in December.

Registration has already begun for these fast-forward classes, and you can earn full credit in 5-weeks for a course which typically takes 16-weeks to complete.

Fast forward classes begin December 4th and end December 31st. These classes that will be available completely online. Those classes are: PSY 150 General Psychology, SOC 210 Introduction to Sociology, ART 111 Art Appreciation, HIS 132 American History II, and EDU 216 Foundations of Education.

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James Sprunt Community College is here to not only serve individuals, but also to serve business and industry.

It may be one of James Sprunt’s best kept secrets, but our college offers customized training throughout Duplin County.

If you own a company in Duplin County, or you are a manager for a division, please be sure to also “shop” at James Sprunt this holiday season and “treat” your company to training. We can assist you with providing professional development for your employees, as well as specific targeted training needs that you may have. Whether it is fork lift training, learning how to use software, or training that will help employees understand OSHA standards or just how to do their job better, James Sprunt Community College can create a customized plan that fits your business, no matter how small or how big.

James Sprunt Community College has the highest number of trainees through customized training in Eastern North Carolina, with 1882 individuals trained.

Some of the companies that we provide training for in Duplin County include:

  • Ag Provision
  • Bay Valley Foods
  • Bunge Oils
  • Butterball
  • Duplin Winery
  • Guilford Textile Mills / Lear Corporation
  • House of Raeford
  • Neogen
  • Precision Hydraulics
  • The Pork Company
  • US Cold Storage
  • Valley Protein
  • Villari Foods.

We are proud to partner with these companies and provide state-of-the-art training that will help to make these companies more effective and more efficient in the day-to-day business activities by increasing employee productivity, which ultimately increases their bottom line.  We hope to partner with many more businesses throughout Duplin County in the coming year.

James Sprunt Community College is your one-stop source for all your education and training needs in Duplin County and the surrounding areas. From the Duplin County Early College on our campus, career and college promise courses for high school students, college transfer and vocational training, continuing education and workforce development programs, to customized training, James Sprunt Community College has all your training needs covered. We are also excited about launching our new Job Ready-Duplin program, where we can train individuals who didn’t get hired at your business, but we can “skill them up” for the next opportunity.

We hope that you will “shop” at James Sprunt this upcoming holiday season. Education is one of the keys to getting all the gifts you hope to receive in this lifetime. We look forward to serving you soon.

–Dr. Jay Carraway
President, James Sprunt Community College