Growing up, Brendan Parker loved computers and video games. As he grew older, he began tinkering on his personal computer. He found that he loved finding a problem with his computer and trying to solve it. His interest with problem solving and understanding the ins and outs of technology continued to grow. After graduating from…
Sampson Community College’s Simulation Center has received a boost as Sampson Regional Medical Center has upgraded its second floor to house the facility.
For years, Wanda Holden’s commitment to the nursing profession has been evident to those who know her. From her dedication to her studies as a student at Sampson Community College years ago, to her commitment to nursing at Sampson Regional Medical Center. Throughout her career, Holden has seen nursing grow and change over the years….
Tammy King’s nursing career has taken her to nearly every floor of a hospital since she graduated from Sampson Community College in 1993. It began on a medical floor at Southeastern Regional Medical Center in Lumberton, NC, to Sampson Regional Medical Center here in Clinton, where she started in the emergency department. She then headed…
Female students account for over half of the student population at Sampson Community College. However, even with a variety of academic pathways to choose from, a small number of female students at Sampson Community College still choose to pursue education and careers in male-dominated fields. For Danielle Jones Smith and Carla Garcia-Colin, choosing to study…
When she graduated high school in 2016, Sophie Miller knew she wasn’t prepared to leave home and attend a large university. Instead, she found her place at Sampson Community College. There, she discovered courses and professors that challenged her and a likeminded community of students.
Over 30 years ago, Terrie Anders graduated from Sampson Community College and began a career as an accountant at Prestage Farms. She hasn’t looked back since. However, it wasn’t always an easy road. She says her story of success begins with hard work in her youth, and an education at SCC.
On February 3, 2020, U.S. Secretary of Commerce Wilbur Ross announced that the Department’s Economic Development Administration (EDA) is awarding a $2.6 million grant to Sampson Community College of Clinton, North Carolina to increase the number of skilled workers available to meet regional trucking industry needs by expanding the college’s truck driving school.
On January 14, 2020, John Cruz was sworn in by the Sampson Community College Board of Trustees as the college’s newest SGA President.
Sampson Community College Truck Driver Training Program Receives PTDI Certification
SCC’s IT Program is Nationally Acclaimed
Crocheting Blankets for a Good Cause