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CFCC Sustainability Technologies Recognized for Environmental Stewardship

Sustainability Technologies Award Luncheon

From left to right are Younlee Bautista-Hernandez, CFCC student; John Wojciechowski, CFCC Sustainability Technologies Program Director; Robert Rehder, CFCC student; Mark Council, CFCC Dean of Career and Technical Education; and Adam Lambert, CFCC student.

Cape Fear Community College is pleased to announce that the CFCC Sustainability Technologies program was recently recognized with the Stewardship Champion Award from the Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition.

The Stewardship Champion Award is given annually to professionals who have demonstrated exceptional commitment and vision to environmental practices, programs, issues, development, and design. Furthermore, the award recognizes the recipients as environmental stewardship “champions, trailblazers, and visionaries.” The award was presented at the Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition’s Awards Luncheon held February 20, 2020, at the Coastline Conference and Event Center.

“I’m humbled and honored to be recognized by the Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition,” said CFCC Sustainability Technologies Program Director John Wojciechowski. “Not only is this a great achievement by our program, but it shows the great relationships we have with local private and public organizations.”

“Cape Fear Community College’s Sustainability Technologies program is so relevant in today’s eco-conscious business climate,” said CFCC President Jim Morton. “Our instructors are leaders in the field who work diligently to prepare our students for jobs that are in demand nationwide. We are honored to receive this important award that recognizes their efforts and the significance of this program in our community.”

The CFCC Sustainability Technologies program is designed to meet the needs and challenges of the new energy economy. The program provides a technology-based degree with an emphasis on the three areas of sustainability, building performance, and renewable energy. Graduates from the program go on to work in a wide range of industries or transfer to a four-year college or university.

Since 2005, the Lower Cape Fear Stewardship Development Coalition has annually recognized development projects that demonstrate outstanding environmental stewardship through the protection, conservation, improvement, and awareness of our natural resources. The Coalition is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit, with a governing council consisting of county and state agencies, businesses, and administrative programs.

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