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Homeschooler Finds Way to Career and College Promise at WPCC

Homeschooler Finds Way to Career and College Promise at WPCC

Madelyn Welch, a homeschooled 11th grade student, was looking for new ways to challenge herself personally and academically. She and her mother began researching local opportunities to become more involved in an educational setting that felt open and welcoming. They were both surprised to learn that, through the Career & College Promise program, Madelyn could enroll in college classes on the campus of Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) for just the cost of books and fees.

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WPCC Hosts Black History Month Event

WPCC Hosts Black History Month Event

In honor of February as Black History Month, Western Piedmont Community College will host Durham-based researcher Laurel C. Sneed’s lecture titled “Beyond 12 Years a Slave: The Influential Slave Narratives of Tar Heels Moses Roper, Harriet Jacobs, and William H....

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WPCC Hosts Black History Month Event

WPCC Hosts Black History Month Event

In honor of February as Black History Month, Western Piedmont Community College will host a showing of the award-winning film “Prince Among Slaves” on Thursday, Feb.18 at 9:30 a.m. The movie will be shown in Leviton auditorium in Moore Hall on the College campus at...

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WPCC Hosts Free Pottery Demo by Accomplished Potter

WPCC Hosts Free Pottery Demo by Accomplished Potter

Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) will host a pottery demonstration by North Carolina potter Ronan Peterson on Friday, February 5, from 1:00 to 4:00 p.m. in the College’s Professional Crafts: Pottery Studio on the main campus at 1001 Burkemont Avenue.  The...

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