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Volunteers spark learning at CCCC’s Jonesboro Center

07.20.2009Continuing EducationStudents/Graduates

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Volunteers spark learning at CCCC’s Jonesboro Center

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Volunteers provide a spark for learning to students in Central Carolina Community College’s Adult Basic Education programs at the Jonesboro Center, in Sanford. They work one-on-one with students to help them grasp the concepts they need to gain their high school or GED diplomas. Volunteer John Altenburger, of Carolina Trace, helps student Alberto Rivera, of Sanford, with his math studies. Altenburger, a General Motors product engineer who retired in 1992, has tutored more than 1,000 students at the Center since he started 13 years ago.

Volunteers spark learning at CCCC’s Jonesboro Center

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Volunteers provide a spark for learning to students in Central CarolinarnCommunity College’s Adult Basic Education programs at the JonesborornCenter, in Sanford. They work one-on-one with students to help themrngrasp the concepts they need to gain their high school or GED diplomas.rnVolunteer Bill Guwang, of Carolina Trace, assists student IrvingrnCejudo, of Sanford, with his math studies. Guwang, a retired U.S. AirrnForce lieutenant colonel, has been tutoring at the Center since 2006.

Volunteers spark learning at CCCC’s Jonesboro Center

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John Altenburger

Volunteers spark learning at CCCC’s Jonesboro Center

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Bill Guwang

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