SCC Students Raising Awareness

[Clinton, N.C.] – Students from Sampson Community College made the trek to Fayetteville this week to participate in the 2018 Walk to End Alzheimer’s. The students brought a few friends and their children as well. “Alzheimer’s affects many families,” says Sarah Burgin, Psychology Instructor at Sampson Community College, who organized the trip for students. “Whether…

First Annual Food Truck Rodeo Spotlight: Dairy Queen

[Clinton, N.C.] – An old favorite will be front and center when Sampson County’s First Annual Food Truck Rodeo takes place next week. The Dairy Queen truck will be on the campus of Sampson Community College to cool down those who come out trying to beat the heat. “Our location is outside city limits,” says…

Latest SCC Trucking Grads Kickoff New Chapter

[Clinton, N.C.] – Sampson Community College’s most recent class of graduates in its Truck Driver Training program will soon head out onto the highway to a new career. For those who want to follow in their tire tracks, SCC has some good news for you. “This is an exciting time for us,” says Fred Stamey,…

First Annual Food Truck Rodeo Spotlight: Somethin’ Good

[Clinton, N.C.] – If you’re looking for Somethin’ Good to eat, look no further than the First Annual Sampson County Food Truck Rodeo to be held on September 12th at Sampson Community College. One of the food truck vendors that will make an appearance is none other than an already-popular Duplin county truck, Somethin’ Good,…

SCC Foundation Pushing College Forward

[Clinton, N.C.] – This year’s annual meeting of the Sampson Community College Foundation board brought forth reminders of how many lives the Foundation affects each year. This year’s meeting was hosted by Dr. Paul Viser and his wife, Diane. Viser, who has served as President for the past two years, joined forces with Director Lisa…

ACE Students Perk Up SCC

[Clinton, N.C.] –Those needing a pick-me-up on the campus at Sampson Community College this week did not have to look to far to get it. Students from the Academy of Continuing Excellence (ACE) program opened their Rise and Shine Coffee Shop and the reviews were positive. “We actually had a very good showing on this…

SCC Ambassadors Look Forward to New Year

[Clinton, N.C.] – Nothing tells the story better of an organization than those who are immersed in it daily and can see its value. Therefore, Sampson Community College reaches out to student ambassadors to help tell its story to the community each year. This year is no different. At an annual luncheon hosted by SCC…

SGA Welcomes Students Back

[Clinton, N.C.] – Fall is the sign of a new academic year for students at Sampson Community College and the Student Government Association wants to ring in the new year. The SGA held its welcome back celebration this week at SCC. PHOTO:  Library Services Coordinator Shelley Ryals helps students find information at the event. In…

Chamber, SCC Team for First-Ever Event

[Clinton, N.C.] – Sampson County is about to make history. The Clinton-Sampson Chamber of Commerce has partnered with Sampson Community College and the Small Business Center to bring the county’s first-ever Food Truck Rodeo to the public. The event will be hosted on the SCC main campus. “A food truck rodeo is a gathering of…

Emergency Workers 100% at SCC

[Clinton, N.C.] – Sampson Community College is serious about its health care programs. While nursing has been a jewel in the crown of SCC for some time already, emergency workers have a strong showing on campus as well. SCC’s first Emergency Medical Technician class under the Continuing Education umbrella graduated 100% on their North Carolina…

First Annual Food Truck Rodeo Spotlight: Southern Smoke BBQ

[Clinton, N.C.] – It’s not hard to find Matt Register on Thursday and Friday mornings in Garland, NC. Just follow the smell of smoked barbecue and it will lead you right to him. Register’s company Southern Smoke BBQ is one of the vendors already signed on to participate in the county’s First Annual Food Truck…

SCC Course Hits Highest-Ever Female Enrollment

[Clinton, N.C.] – When you find yourself in an emergency and need help, you don’t have time to care about whether the person who comes to your aid is male or female, you just need the help. Apparently, students enrolling in Sampson Community College’s Basic Law Enforcement Training course have gotten the message. “This is…