CCCC Alumni and Friends
E-Newsletter, September 2011

 

Like Us on the new CCCC Alumni Facebook page at www.facebook.com/ccccalum and stay up to date with CCCC news and events.

Take a Look at the new alumni web-page at www.cccc.edu/alumni

Last chance to.....

Take the CCCC
Alumni Survey

As CCCC builds the foundation of its alumni programs and services, we invite you to be  involved in the process.
 

Click here to provide feedback about the future for the CCCC Alumni Association.  Survey expires on September 12, 2011.

 


Join us for the

Alumni Association Interest Meeting
Monday, September 12, 2011
6:15-7:30 p.m.
Dennis A. Wicker Civic Center
Room 103

Click here to RSVP.

Refreshments will be provided by the CCCC Foundation.



 


22nd Annual
CCCC Foundation Golf Classic

Wednesday, September 21, 2011
Sanford Golf Course


Format:
-4 Person Captain’s Choice

-Flighted based on handicap
-Longest drive, closest-to-pin, and putting contest

To Register:
Click here to download the registration form.


Questions?
Contact Emily Hare, Associate Director of the CCCC Foundation, at (919) 718-7230, or send an email to ehare@cccc.edu.



 


Submit a nomination for the inaugural
CCCC Distinguished Alumni Award


Beginning in 2012, the Central Carolina Community College (CCCC) Alumni Association will present the Distinguished Alumni Award (DAA). This will be an annual award presented to an individual using the following criteria.

Nominees will be alumni of CCCC defined by being a CCCC graduate with a degree, diploma, or certificate, or by having successfully completed at least one class.

Nominees will also possess a combination of the following:

a. Demonstrated dedication and support for CCCC and/or the CCCC Foundation
b. Commitment to serving the citizens of the CCCC service area in Lee, Harnett, and/or Chatham counties
c. Outstanding achievements in their profession and/or civic and community affairs

Click here for the nomination packet.
Deadline: December 9, 2011

 

 


CCCC Prints by Jerry Miller

 

In celebration of CCCC's 50th Anniversary, artist Jerry Miller has completed a collage of pen and ink drawings showcasing CCCC structures on our three main campuses. Mr. Miller is a Sanford native and has an extensive background in the architectural field. His work, which includes a large selection of historical buildings, colleges, churches, aircraft, boats, and landmarks, has won numerous local and state awards.

Click here (MS Word 2010 document) to purchase your prints now, or
call Emily Hare at (919) 718-7230 in the CCCC Foundation.

The order form lists prices for the various sizes available:
5” x 7” note cards
8” x 10” pen and ink prints
11” x 14” pen and ink prints


 



MADE is made possible by a grant from the Minority Male Mentoring Program (MMM) in conjunction with the North Carolina Community College System.
 

 


M.A.D.E.
Men of Academic Distinction & Excellence

CCCC introduces this new college program providing an enhanced educational opportunity for minority males.

Click here to learn more.

Alumni are invited to refer students to MADE, or contact the program coordinators below if you are interested in serving as a mentor for MADE Scholars.

Dean Carl Bryan
(919) 718-7285

Talia Higgs, AAC Coordinator
(919) 7187505

 

An Alumna Success Story....
REAL Program Helps Open Restaurant

 

Faye Schultz knew she was taking a leap when she opened Mrs. Lacy's Magnolia House & Tea Room on Carthage Street in Sanford back in 1995. Faye had spent most of her adult life as a nurse - first at Central Carolina Hospital and later as an independent contractor - and admits she didn't know the first thing about creating and operating a restaurant. Yet, a decade-and-a-half later, Faye's restaurant is still flourishing.  Read the full story here.

 

Share Your Story....
Help celebrate CCCC's 50th year by sharing your alumni success story here.