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Personal Interest

Personal interest classes are set up based on community interest. If there is a class you would like to take and think others would be interested as well, call us at (910) 576-6222, extension 508. Your feedback and suggestions are always welcome!


Multi Media Art $   45.00 9:30am-2:30pm T 1/7/14-3/11/14
      T 4/1/14-5/27/14
      T 6/17/14-8/19/14

Students may choose any medium from which to work including oils, acrylics, watercolor and pen/pencil. Students may bring pictures to class to scan to paint. This class is designed for beginning through advanced students.


Quilting $60.00 6:00-9:00pm   None Schelduled at this time.
Quilting $60.00 6:00-9:00pm    

Today’s quilts are a recognized art form and are highly sought after in upscale décor. Small quilt squares can be used as wall hangings and larger quilts as murals in designer homes. Increase your overall understanding of quilting terms and processes as you build upon your quilting skills. Learn modern or traditional quilting methods. Quilting is a creative way to express one’s self and is a great stress reliever. Beginners and those with some experience will enjoy sharing as they build skills at all levels. Students should bring a portable sewing machine to class.


Concealed Carry SEF 3001 $ 75.00 8:00 AM - 5 PM Sa 2/8/2014
Concealed Carry SEF 3001 $ 75.00

M/T (5:30-9:30 PM);

M/T/W 4/14/14-4/16/14
Concealed Carry SEF 3001 $ 75.00

M/T (5:30-9:30PM);
(5:30-6:30 PM)

M/T/W 6/9/14-6/11/14
Concealed Carry SEF 3001 $ 75.00 8:00 AM - 5 PM W 7/16/2014

This class meets the educational requirement for the Concealed Carry Permit established in North Carolina. Students completing the course successfully are eligible to apply for a Concealed Carry Handgun Permit. Students must provide their own class supplies: handgun, holster and thirty (30) rounds of ammunition. Holster, safety eye wear, hearing protection, and hat or cap with a brim also required.



Advanced Bee Keeping:
Best Practices and Proper Beekeeping
$25 7:00-9:00pm M (1st two classes class only);
Sat (all other classes 2 hrs TBD by students)
2/24/14 -March 2014

This course is for experienced beekeepers or those students that have completed the Beginning course. This course examines best practices in hive maintenance, set-up and hive inspections, and proper medication management.



Continuing Education Team | (910) 576-6222


Robin Coates

Dean of Continuing Education

ext. 253


Lewis Edwards

Continuing Education Coordinator

ext. 215

Abraham Encinas Torres

J. Abraham Encinas-Torres

ESL Lead Instructor-Recruiter

ext. 249

Kathy Garner-Smith

Kathy Garner-Smith

Career & College Readiness

ext. 236

Richard Hinson

Richard Hinson

Coordinator, Small Business Center

ext. 216

Angela Kennedy

Angela Kennedy

Assistant to the Dean of Continuing Education

ext. 254

Vanessa McIntyre

Vanessa McIntyre

Retention Assessment Specialist

ext. 254

Connie Parsons

Connie Parsons

Administrative Assistant

ext. 256

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Kaye Taylor

Receptionist/Data Entry

ext. 508

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