SCC reaches out to industry partners


The Industrial Systems Technology Advisory Board of Sampson Community College met this week to cover degree program courses and various certificates and their content. Industry leaders from Schindler, Smithfield and Mount Olive Pickle Company attended to provide current trends in industry that are woven into the courses in programs at SCC. In addition, these industry leaders employ students and look forward to activities that will include tours of facilities and seeing students through the recruiting process. Attending were department instructors Durwood King, David Locklear and Reuben Cashwell, as well as division chair Jennifer Wiley and SCC vice president Dr. William Starling. Industry leaders that attended included Garry McClanahan from Schindler, Rob Cooksey from Smithfield and Martha Costin from the Mount Olive Pickle Company.


The Industrial Systems Technology Advisory Board of Sampson Community College met this week to cover degree program courses and various certificates and their content. Industry leaders from Schindler, Smithfield and Mount Olive Pickle Company attended to provide current trends in industry that are woven into the courses in programs at SCC. In addition, these industry leaders employ students and look forward to activities that will include tours of facilities and seeing students through the recruiting process. Attending were department instructors Durwood King, David Locklear and Reuben Cashwell, as well as division chair Jennifer Wiley and SCC vice president Dr. William Starling. Industry leaders that attended included Garry McClanahan from Schindler, Rob Cooksey from Smithfield and Martha Costin from the Mount Olive Pickle Company.

The Industrial Systems Technology Advisory Board of Sampson Community College met this week to cover degree program courses and various certificates and their content. Industry leaders from Schindler, Smithfield and Mount Olive Pickle Company attended to provide current trends in industry that are woven into the courses in programs at SCC. In addition, these industry leaders employ students and look forward to activities that will include tours of facilities and seeing students through the recruiting process. Attending were department instructors Durwood King, David Locklear and Reuben Cashwell, as well as division chair Jennifer Wiley and SCC vice president Dr. William Starling. Industry leaders that attended included Garry McClanahan from Schindler, Rob Cooksey from Smithfield and Martha Costin from the Mount Olive Pickle Company.
http://www.clintonnc.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/11/web1_SCCindustry.jpgThe Industrial Systems Technology Advisory Board of Sampson Community College met this week to cover degree program courses and various certificates and their content. Industry leaders from Schindler, Smithfield and Mount Olive Pickle Company attended to provide current trends in industry that are woven into the courses in programs at SCC. In addition, these industry leaders employ students and look forward to activities that will include tours of facilities and seeing students through the recruiting process. Attending were department instructors Durwood King, David Locklear and Reuben Cashwell, as well as division chair Jennifer Wiley and SCC vice president Dr. William Starling. Industry leaders that attended included Garry McClanahan from Schindler, Rob Cooksey from Smithfield and Martha Costin from the Mount Olive Pickle Company.
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