Cape Fear Community College invites the public to attend a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the A.D. “Zander” Guy Building and the dedication of the Alston W. Burke Center at Surf City at 11 a.m. on Saturday, April 18.
According to CFCC Interim President Dr. Amanda Lee, the college is excited to be able to share this event with the public and looks forward to opening the facility later this spring.
“We are thrilled to be opening this new building to extend educational and job training opportunities to the residents of eastern Pender County,” Dr. Lee said.
The ceremony will feature several speakers from the college, Surf City and Pender County. Following the ceremony, the public will be invited to tour the facility and talk with college officials about some of the courses and programs that will be offered during the summer and fall semesters.
Courses will include both credit and non-credit courses for students seeking a degree, job training or personal enrichment. Initial courses this summer will include credit offerings in math, English, business, computer technology, medical terminology, psychology and criminal justice. In the future, the specific course offerings will change depending on interest from students or employers.
The center is located off of NC Hwy 210 just past the Lowe’s Improvement store on Route 17. The location in Google Maps is 615 NC-210, Hampstead, NC 28443. Classes in the new facility will begin May 22.
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