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CFCC’s Career Services department, in conjunction with the Technical and Vocational degree programs, will host the first annual CFCC Trade Show and Career Fair on March 30th from 10:00 AM until 2:00 PM in the BB&T Auditorium of the McKeithan Center. Local employers will be on hand to speak with students from all Vocational/Technical degree programs. Throughout the day, several of the participating vendors will also provide demonstrations of technology used at their particular organizations. This fair is specific to the Vocational/Technical division of the college. Employers that have been invited represent the workforce aspect of these programs. Please try to make it to this fair – loads of opportunity!
There is another Computer Technology Club meeting Thursday, February 3, 2010 in room NA-107 at 5pm at the North Campus of Cape Fear Community College. Any CIT or CET major can join. Also, if you aren’t a CIT or CET major, but taking computer courses at the college and are interested, please stop by.
January 13-14…check it out!
Please join Verizon at this event is being held at the Verizon Wireless Call Center on Converse Drive in Wilmington. Light hor dʹouerves will be provided. You can mingle with Verizon employee and your fellow students and alumni.
Please contact Matthew Thomas by phone at 910-362-7047 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP. You must RSVP to attend.
Date: November 2nd 2010
Time: 6:00‐8:00 pm
Where: Verizon Wireless Call Center
3601 Converse Drive, Wilmington NC 28403
The CIT discipline will be welcoming a new faculty member in the fall of 2010. Our beloved Bill Smith retired in December 2010 and left a vacant faculty position. The search committee for the position has been working hard during the year to find the perfect new faculty member that will work best for our program. We are pleased to welcome Mrs. Shelia Williams to our department. Mrs. Williams will be teaching Cisco networking, security concepts, and introduction to computers courses. Congratulations Mrs. Williams and Welcome Aboard!
The CIT Advisory Committee will be holding its annual meeting on Thursday, June 3, 2010. Agenda items include deletion and addition of courses to the curriculum, documentation of critical thinking in core CIT courses, and the conversion of traditional face-to-face courses to hybrid courses that meet both face-to-face as well as online.
The Computer Information Technology degree program successfully completed its five-year program review on Friday, April 23, 2010. The program has grown by leaps and bounds and administrators, as well as faculty are continuing work to improve the program through rigorous curriculum enhancements and community involvement.
The spring session of CTS 289: Systems Support Project at CFCC held their final student presentations on Tuesday, May 4, 2010. Students in the course have worked diligently to incorporate knowledge and skills that they have acquired throughout their years of study under the CIT discipline into a capstone IT project. Ten students will be completing the course this spring, many of which are graduating in May, 2010. Congratulations students!