Career Development Coordinator, Odessa Perry, introduces Brian Hamilton to the students.
Brian explains how any student can be a successful business owner
Students in the Business, Finance and Entrepreneurship Academy at Warren County High School are enrolled in the Cosmetology program at Vance Granville Community College. These students will have an opportunity to earn a certificate in this program.
Students in the Medical Science, Security and Protective Services Academy at Warren County High School are enrolled in the Nurse Aid program at Vance Granville Community College. These students will have an opportunity to earn their Certified Nurse Aid credential at the end of the semester.
Students in the Medical Science, Security and Protective Services Academy are participating in the Pharmacy Tech program at VGCC. These students will earn their Pharmacy Tech Certificate at the end of the semester.
Scott Kelly, from the Brian Hamilton Foundation met recently to discuss how the Hamilton Foundation Entrepreneurship curriculum could fit into their project based learning curriculum.
North Carolina A&T University visited Warren County as part of a statewide tour to share with Chancelor, Harold Martin the great partnerships between the University and the local communities. During their stop in Warren County, He was able to recognize several partnerships which included a Hydroponics Production/ Entrepreneurship program with students at Warren County Middle School. This project is features in the Solutions in North Carolina Magazine published by North Carolina A&T and Cooperative Extension.
Crystal Smith, Director, Warren County Cooperative Extension
William Landis, Agent, Warren County Cooperative Extension
Harold Martin, Chancellor, North Carolina A&T University
Victor Hunt, Warren County Board of Commissioners
Former Congress lady, Eva Clayton
Vance Granville Community College partners with the North Carolina Department of Transportation and Warren County Schools to provide this week-long camp for students. This stem oriented camp exposes students to all aspects of the transportation industry. Odessa Perry, Career Development Coordinator for WCS is contracted to run the camp and once again, she did an outstanding job of coordinating the event. Check out pictures taken at the graduation ceremony.
Kyle Burwell, Director of Occupational Extension for VGCC greets VGCC President Dr. Rachel Desmarais and others to the ceremony.
Dr. Desmarais congratulates Carolyn Faucette, Principal at Warren County High School on the student's accomplishments.
Graduates and Teachers enter the ceremony
Mrs. Burwell welcomes the parents and attendees to the ceremony
Odessa Perry, the Camp Coordinator, introduces the staff and thanks them for a great job for making the camp a huge success/
Francine Martin, Camp Academic Aide, introduces the guest speaker
Lynise DeVance, Civil Rights Program Manager for Federal Highways in NC presents the graduation address.
Student groups presented what they learned to the attendees
Carolyn Faucette, Principal at Warren County High School congratulated the students on their accomplishments.
Ms. Perry presents announces the names of each student and invites them to the stage to receive their certificates.
Dr. Desmarais provides the closing remarks to the group to conclude the event.
2019 Camp Participants, Teachers and Sponsors