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CCC&TI celebrates new class of Electrical Linemen with ceremony and student receives scholarship

HUDSON, NC (July 23, 2018) — Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute celebrated a new class of Electrical Linemen with a completion ceremony on Friday, July 20 at the J.E. Broyhill Civic Center in Lenoir. Those recognized at the ceremony were: Front row, left to right, Dillon Franklin of Lenoir, Craig Clark of Rutherfordton, Philip Bumgarner of Granite Falls, Jonathan Bruce of Lenoir, Albert Brewer of Granite Falls, Robert Bowen of Morganton and Tevin Armes of Lenoir; Back row, left to right, Jarrette Young of Hickory, Ridge White of Browns Summit, Noah Walker of Hickory, Chase Vance of Taylorsville, David Thomasson of Lenoir, Jesse Tevepaugh of Taylorsville, Hunter Hefner of Granite Falls and Jonathan Harris of Taylorsville. For Electrical Lineman program information or to register, call 828-726-2242.

The North Carolina State Employees Credit Union recently awarded a $750 Continuing Education Scholarship to Caldwell Community College and Technical Institute Electrical Lineman student Chase Vance of Taylorsville. Pictured, from left to right, are: NCSECU Advisory Board Member Elaine Lockhart and scholarship recipient Chase Vance. The SECU Foundation Scholarship was established in 2012 and focuses on assisting unemployed and underemployed adults, military veterans and members of the National Guard attain marketable job skills for future employment. CCC&TI’s Electrical Lineman and Truck Driver Training programs are eligible for the scholarship. For more information about enrolling in CCC&TI Continuing Education classes or receiving financial assistance, call 828-726-2242 (Caldwell) or 297-3811 (Watauga).