WPCC Medical Assisting Students Graduate

May 18, 2018 – Fifteen students from Western Piedmont Community College completed the requirements for the Medical Assisting program and graduated during recent spring commencement exercises. A pinning ceremony honoring these students was held on May 8,...

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WPCC Medical Assistant Student Wins Contest

Morganton, N.C. – Monica Castro, a student in Western Piedmont Community College’s (WPCC) Medical Assisting Program, recently won the “Spirit of Medical Assisting T-shirt Contest” at the North Carolina Society of Medical Assistants (NCAMA) Educator’s...

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WPCC is a Family Affair for WPCC Alum

Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) is a family tradition for WPCC alum Jamie Griffin, a graphic designer with Carolinas Healthcare System Blue Ridge. Griffin met his wife Cindy, of 25 years, in the WPCC cafeteria as they were working on their...

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Enroll Now for Summer at Western Piedmont!

Morganton, NC – Registration for summer classes at Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) is now open.  Summer classes at WPCC offer an excellent opportunity for students to earn credit toward a college degree in a relaxed environment with a lower...

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WPCC To Hold Annual Plant Sale April 23-25

Morganton, N.C. – Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) will host the annual WPCC Spring Plant Sale at the NEW greenhouses located at the Richardson Complex, K Building, 200 East College Drive, off Enola Road, April 23, 24, 25 from 10 AM - 2 PM and  5...

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Partners Launch WPCC Electrician’s Academy

Morganton, N.C. – A new program at Western Piedmont Community College (WPCC) will offer a comprehensive, short-term training program this summer for individuals who wish to pursue a career as an electrician. The WPCC Electrician’s Academy will meet….

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WPCC Foundation Host Tesla Quartet April 10

Morganton, N.C. – The Western Piedmont Foundation (WPF) will host the Tesla Quartet, resident quartet with the Western Piedmont Symphony, for a free performance open to the public on Tuesday, April 10th at 7 p.m. in Leviton Auditorium located in Moore Hall...

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WPCC Alum Finds Her Way to A New Career

Beginning college mid-life isn’t the typical path taken by most students, but that was the unlikely route Kay Smith found herself on. At the age of 42, Smith’s job was outsourced and sent overseas. The years of production sewing had been good to her financially, but she was ready for a change and seized the opportunity to go to college through the Trade Adjustment Assistance program, which paid for her two-year degree in full.

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