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EDUCATING AND EMPOWERING PEOPLE FOR SUCCESS published by PITT COMMUNITY COLLEGE and the PITT COMMUNITY COLLEGE FOUNDATION


ON THE COVER Bruiser Bulldog statue donated by the PCC Student Government Association

INSIDE FRONT COVER Caitlin Moore, 2016

Associate Degree Nursing


In This Issue

P i t t C o m m u n i t y C o l l e g e • 2016 Report to The Community

F E AT U R E S 3

Message from the President

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Board of Trustees

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Employee Recognitions

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A Look Back

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Student Highlights

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College Highlights

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Student Statistics

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PCC Foundation & Director’s Message

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Foundation Events Report

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Foundation Board

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Alumni Awards

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Foundation in Action & Financial Report

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Scholarships

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Foundation Donors

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E D U C AT I N G A N D E M P O W E R I N G P E O P L E F O R S U C C E S S

From the President “Support for job seekers as well as employers is more effective now since PCC has become the Workforce Investment (WIOA) coordinator for Pitt County. Pre-hiring programs for businesses complement ongoing Customized Training and OJT experiences. ”

Dr. G. Dennis Massey, President

Pitt Community College continues to grow and evolve to serve our community and region, and there is no greater evidence of change than our facilities - the Science Building, the Law Enforcement Center, Greenville and Farmville Centers, and planned work on the Clifton Everett Building. But these are only the most visible developments. Responding to recommendations by the Aspen Institute consultants, progress on Goal #1 (Student Learning Success) of the 201417 Strategic Plan has intensified with the creation of ten Success Navigators. These new staff provide advising and individual support for all incoming students. Completion of degrees and certificates by all credit students, already on the rise, will be a primary focus through close collaboration with faculty, student services and IT staff. Aspen also stressed ramping up our “front door experience.” The creation of three Career Coach positions in Pitt County high schools along with the burgeoning STEM-focused Early College High School on campus illustrate our dedication to making PCC attractive and accessible. This pre-college emphasis is complemented by streamlining entry for adult and transfer students as well. Great changes in the past year in connecting with company and university partners have prompted internships and other work-based learning experiences in support of Goals #2 and 3 of the Strategic Plan (Workforce Development and Community Engagement). Support for job seekers as well as employers is more effective now since PCC has become the Workforce Investment (WIOA) coordinator for Pitt County. Pre-hiring programs for businesses complement ongoing Customized Training and OJT experiences. Our support for Patheon, Mayne Pharma, and other companies will be enhanced by the new Pharmaceutical Training and Education Center. The Farmville Center opened in early 2016 and is serving a growing number of learners and employers. Of course, it all comes down to individuals, and you will read in this report about some superior performers and programs. Check us out at our website, www.pittcc.edu or at our Facebook page for up-to-date information, outreach, and activities. We are here to serve YOU by educating and empowering people for success. Dr. G. Dennis Massey President, Pitt Community College

From the Board of Trustees Chair Former First Lady, Eleanor Roosevelt is credited with saying, “When you cease to make a contribution, you begin to die.” I feel honored to be able to contribute to the leadership and growth of Pitt Community College. It has allowed me, in a volunteer capacity, to remain “alive” in the educational environment and to be a part of the many positive contributions PCC is making relative to the economy and education of Pitt and surrounding counties. Charles E. Long Chair, Pitt Community College Board of Trustees

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2 015 / 2 016 B O A R D O F T R U S T E E S Charles E. Long, Chair Retired, Pitt County Schools Administrator Don Mills, Vice Chair Retired, NACCO Randy Walters, Secretary Owner, Farmville Furniture Gloristeen Brown Mayor, Town of Bethel Brian Floyd President, Vidant Medical Center Kathy P. Frazier Retired Educator, Pitt County Schools

Dr. Peter J. Kragel Professor and Chair of the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine, Brody School of Medicine, ECU Michael Overton Owner/Broker, The Overton Group Patti Sanders-Smith, Ed.D. Adjunct Professor, Gardner-Webb Retired Assistant Superintendent, Wilson County Schools

Walter Williams Founder, Trade Oil Company Maurice Nothern, 2016-17 President, Student Government Association Phil Dixon & Kathryn V. Whichard Honorary Trustees

Amanda Tilley (not pictured above) Franchise Owner, Krispy Kreme Tyree Walker Chief Human Resource Officer Vidant Medical Center

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Employee Recognitions and accomplishments

After working eight years as a radiographer at Pitt County Memorial Hospital (now Vidant Medical Center), Mrs. Lee spent the next 26 years teaching at PCC. She joined the faculty in 1990 as Clinical Coordinator for Radiography before being promoted to her role as Director in 2009.

Ina Rawlinson Director of Human Resources

Karen Lee PCC Radiography Director

In August 2016, PCC administrators PCC Radiography Director Karen Lee welcomed Ina Rawlinson aboard as the passed away unexpectedly on May 27, college’s new Human Resources Director. 2016. She was a lifelong Pitt County resident. A La Grange resident, Rawlinson joined the staff at PCC after serving in a similar She graduated from D.H. Conley High position with Wayne Community School in 1980, and then graduated from College (WCC). At Pitt, she will provide PCC’s Radiography program in 1982. She leadership to a department that oversees also earned a bachelor’s degree in Health recruitment and employment, employee and Human Performance from East benefits, policy and procedures, and Carolina University as well as a master’s employee relations, training and in Adult Education. development.

Described by students as “exceedingly caring, encouraging, considerate and professional,” Mrs. Lee went above and beyond to provide those she taught with everything they needed for success in college and their future careers. She was a two-time recipient of the Joseph E. Downing Award for Excellence in Teaching (1998 and 2015) and was also nominated for the prestigious honor in 1991 and 2000. She was married to retired PCC Business Division Dean Donnie Lee, of Winterville, for 31 years. Family, friends and co-workers created a scholarship in her memory at Pitt Community College. Contributions may be made to the Karen Lee Memorial Scholarship, P.O. Drawer 7007, Greenville, NC 27835.

33rd Annual Employee Appreciation Event Staff Excellence Awards were presented to five recipients this year (only three shown at far left, l to r): Sidette Boyce Brown, Ken Peel, and Billie Woolard. Not pictured were Alexander Freedman and Margie Harris. This year’s Joan and Ed Warren Staff Employee of the Year Award was presented to Alexander Freedman (shown at left), PCC’s Media Relations Specialist. Freedman, a 2010 East Carolina University Communications graduate, always has a positive attitude, exceptional customer service, excellent communication skills, and is dedicated to the success of Pitt Community College and its students. 5

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Woman of Substance

Honoring Retirees

Sidette Boyce-Brown (above right), Director of the Continuing Education Health Care Programs, was awarded the 2016 Woman of Substance Award. She is shown here with last year’s winner, Ty Davis. The award was presented on March 2, 2016 at the college’s Women’s History Month event. The event known as “The Forum” featured a panel of local women working as public servants in our community. They included Paula Dance, Major with the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office, Sara Beth Fulford Rhodes, Clerk of Superior Court of Pitt County and Wendy Hazelton, Assistant Public Defender. The National theme for the 2016 Women’s History Month was “Working to Form a More Perfect Union: Honoring Women in Public Service and Government.”

Hilda Barrow (above left) and Marcia Lambert-Heins (above right) were 2 of 13 retirees recognized at the PCC Employee Appreciation and Recognition and were also the recipients of the Cardinal Award, which the state of North Carolina created in 2014 to honor public servants who have worked 30 or more years in state and/or local government. The 13 retirees from the 2015-2016 fiscal year included the following: Tim Barfield, Hilda Barrow, Willie Brown, Lora Clark, Hope Clark, Mae Daniels, Ulla Dittmar, Shirley Kuhn, Marcia Lambert-Heins, Sandra Mathis, Mary Paramore, Debra Premo, and Jean Sherrod.

Pitt Community College celebrated employee achievements April 15, 2016 with the 33rd Annual Employee Appreciation and Recognition at the Greenville Hilton. Service awards were presented to 86 employees with a combined 755 years of service. Five instructors (shown at left, l to r) – Kim Barber, Samantha Chauncey, Mitch Butts, Krystal Sugg, and Valentina Holder – were presented with Faculty Excellence Awards during the employee appreciation event. Of the five, Chauncey was named the 2016 Joseph E. Downing Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient. Chauncey, a biology instructor and Environmental Biology Coordinator, is well respected by her students and fellow employees. She actively engages her students, teaching them about the impact humans have on the environment and their role in the planet’s sustainability. She is also instrumental in the planning of PCC Annual Earth Day events. For more info visit www.pittcc.edu

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A Look Back at the past year

Aspen Institute’s “NC Roadmap to Excellence” Experts Produce Report on College’s Strengths and Areas for Improvement Pitt Community College employees and students met with community college experts from the prestigious Aspen Institute in the fall of 2015 in an effort to help the college continue improving student success and services. PCC was one of eight North Carolina community colleges selected to participate in Aspen Institute’s “North Carolina Roadmap to Excellence Project.” The goal was to identify the college’s strengths and areas for improvement. “The Aspen Institute review is a demonstration of Pitt Community College’s commitment to excellence and continuous improvement,” said PCC Vice President of Academic Affairs Tom Gould, who developed the college’s application for the project and coordinated the visit. “The objective is to help PCC be the best it can be with regard to serving students and helping them achieve their educational goals.” Four Aspen Institute experts—Elaine Baker, Marc Herzog, Josh Wyner and Mark Toner—conducted the two-day review at PCC. Baker is an expert in career pathways for low-skilled adults and accelerated developmental education learning communities, while Herzog is chancellor emeritus of the Connecticut Community College System. Wyner is vice president and executive director of Aspen Institute’s College Excellence Program, and Toner is a consultant specializing in K-12 and higher education issues. “These are experienced professionals in higher education with longstanding and recognized commitment to student achievement,” Gould said. “We will welcome their recommendations with open minds.” 7

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During their visit, the experts gathered information on a wide range of topics, including faculty professional development, academic advising and support, student completion and job placement, career pathways, college transfer, underserved populations and institutional culture. Gould noted that in addition to employees, the team met with students and student leaders to get their perspectives on PCC. According to a news release from Aspen Institute, the “North Carolina Roadmap to Excellence Project’’ seeks to improve outcomes in five areas: student learning, certificate and degree completion, transfer and bachelor’s degree completion, employment and earnings, and access and success for minority and low-income students. “We are delighted that the president of Pitt (G. Dennis Massey) invited us in, both to show the strong practices at Pitt that lead to student success and for us to share recommendations from elsewhere in the country,” Wyner said. “We’ve been really pleased with how forthright and positive faculty and staff have been in sharing their experiences and thoughts.” Fourteen community colleges applied to participate in the Aspen Institute project, but only eight were accepted. In addition to PCC, community colleges selected for the project were Brunswick, Central Carolina, Cleveland, Coastal Carolina, Davidson County, Guilford Technical, and Halifax. PCC President G. Dennis Massey said it was “an honor” for Pitt to be selected for the Aspen Institute site visit.

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“Experiences like the visit from Aspen allow us to see our work in relation to national standards and practices,” Massey said. Following up on the recommendations of the Aspen Institute “Roadmap to Excellence” report received in March 2016, Vice Presidents Thomas Gould and Donald Spell created a Student Success Action Council to combine instructional and student services divisions and the efforts of all PCC personnel in supporting students through all stages of contact with the College through graduation, transfer, and job placement. This comprehensive and integrated approach will focus on individualized attention, coaching and monitoring performance, and bringing new resources, both analytical and financial, to help realize our college mission “to educate and empower people for success.” Each department at the College has also developed specific and measurable targets for facilitating and improving support and customer service which will improve student success rates. These targets will also support existing goals and objectives in the 2014-2017 Strategic Plan. The results will reinforce efforts to raise results in the NC Community Colleges Performance Measures, which are tied to performance funding and to the PCC Strategic Plan.


Success Navigators Focus on Student Success The Aspen Institute’s “NC Roadmap to Excellence” project builds upon what we have been doing in the 2014-17 Strategic Plan and the Enrollment Management Steering Committee’s activities. In essence, it increases our individualization of learning and support for all students through all employees’ broader participation in setting and achieving specific targets for improvement during the crucially important first year of student enrollment. The responses to the Aspen recommendations will also apply this focus on students far earlier and in a more intensive way to increase their chances of success when attending Pitt Community College. The first year experience will be enhanced through a Centralized Advising approach which has been successful

in many superior colleges across the country.

students through their first year of enrollment at the college.

Ten Success Navigator positions were developed which will monitor, challenge, and individually encourage students. The use of real-time data will be used to monitor our overall progress.

Student Success Navigator also help by providing:

Success Navigators at Pitt Community College will be advising first year students and seeking to empower them through collaborative mentoring relationships and the development of an academic, career, and financial plan.

2. Advice and planning during times of academic difficulty

1. Academic planning and course selection for current and upcoming semesters

3. Referrals to college or community resources

They are located in the Craig Goess Student Center, Suite 120, Monday 8am-7pm and Tuesday-Friday 8am-5pm. Students may call 252-4937578 to schedule an appointment. Student Success Navigators will serve as the academic advisor for new PCC

Career Coaches Assist in Pitt County High Schools We were very fortunate to receive funding from the State Board of Community Colleges and from local funds for three NC Works Career Coaches who are now based in Pitt County high schools. The purpose of the NC Works Career Coach Program is to place community college career coaches in high schools to assist students with determining career goals and identifying community college programs that would enable students to achieve these goals. These three NC Works Career Coaches will be responsible for two Pitt County high schools each. They will coordinate career engagement initiatives and plan informational sessions with the high school students about the offerings and advantages of attending Pitt Community College. They will also partner with

Arriana Kinsey Career Coach for J.H. Rose High School & North Pitt High School

Lynn Lee Career Coach for South Central High School & Farmville Central High School

business and industry to provide students with opportunities to learn about the demands in the workforce and what skills and education are necessary for a career in those areas. Each high school has

Natasha Worthington Career Coach for D.H. Conley High School & Ayden-Grifton High School

provided space for the Career Coaches to have an office or meeting area. The NC Works Career Coaches will help to broaden our efforts to guide prospective students in their planning for PCC. For more info visit www.pittcc.edu

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Student Highlights and achievements

Youngest Student Earns Associate Degree youngest) student to complete the Career and College Promise (CCP) College Transfer pathway. Unsatisfied by just those distinctions, he went on to become PCC’s youngest Associate in Science graduate.

Charles Goodman IV

At an age most teenagers are thinking about learner’s permits and high school dances, Charles Goodman IV had his mind set on obtaining a college degree. As a result, the 15-year old Greenville resident became Pitt Community College’s first-ever (and North Carolina’s

The son of Charles Goodman III (PCC Science Instructor) and wife Tatjana, Charles completed the CCP College Transfer pathway by combining AP classes at J.H. Rose High School with online and hybrid classes that he took at PCC after school and during the summer. Upon completing his pathway, he took advanced coursework at Pitt to finish the Associate in Science Degree this past summer. Started in 2012, CCP is tuition-free and open to all high school juniors and seniors in North Carolina (public, private and home schooled) who want to take

college classes while they are still in high school. Like Goodman, once students complete their chosen pathways, they may select additional coursework to complete associate degrees. Those who complete college transfer degrees can move on to one of the 16 University of North Carolina four-year institutions with junior status. Goodman, who credits J.H. Rose Counselor Chynna Grady and PCC Career and College Promise Program Director Alton Wadford with making it possible for him to successfully complete his pathway and associate degree, is considering a bachelor’s degree in either math or physics. For more information on the CCP program at Pitt, call (252) 493-7411 or visit the “Career and College Promise” page on the PCC website.

PCC Holds First National CIT Signing Day The Construction and Industrial Technology (CIT) Division joined technical institutions across the country on February 18, 2016 as part of National Career and Technical Education (CTE) Letter of Intent Signing Day. Sponsored by the National Coalition of Certification Centers, the program featured 88 students who were preparing for college enrollment in fall 2016 taking part in a ceremony similar to an athletic signing event. “The purpose of this signing event was to recognize future students here at PCC within the CIT division but also to validate the importance these students will play in our community and workforce of the future,” Faithful said. PCC was one of 16 technical institutions around the country that hosted signing day ceremonies. All were tied together by live simulcasts aired nationwide. This was the first year PCC sponsored such an event and was the first event of its kind held in North Carolina and east of Tennessee. Alvin Frazier, CIT Recruiting Coordinator for PCC, said 9

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signing day was also a chance for industry leaders to meet with students and their families and talk with them about highdemand jobs in many industries including transportation, engineering, HVAC, electrical, welding, and manufacturing.

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Gardner Receives NC Academic Excellence Award colleges in recognition of outstanding achievement in the classroom and volunteerism. “It has been an honor to have Mary Gardner in our program and my classroom for the past two years …,” Coleman said. “Life circumstances brought her to a new phase and she chose a legal career—much to our delight. She is hard-working and thoughtful, and her enthusiasm for the law has spread to her fellow students.” Mary Gardner

Pitt Community College selected Paralegal Technology student Mary Gardner as its recipient of the 2016 N.C. Community College System Academic Excellence Award. Gardner, a Greenville native, received her award at PCC’s annual Academic Excellence Awards program in the Craig F. Goess Student Center to recognize 50 of its best and brightest students. PCC Paralegal Technology Director Vicki Coleman nominated Gardner for the statewide award, which is presented annually to a top student from each of North Carolina’s 58 community

Gardner says she first enrolled at PCC in the spring of 2013 at age 46, having served in the Air Force and operating a home and office cleaning service. She said she entered higher education with no real direction and an intense fear of failure. “I did not excel in high school, and it had been over 18 years since I was in a classroom setting,” she explained. “In my first semester, it was my English 111 instructor who steered me toward the paralegal program at Pitt Community College, based on my love of reading, research and writing. In Legal Research and Writing (class), I found that I excelled way beyond anything I could have imagined for myself.”

Gardner has indeed excelled in the classroom with a 3.94 GPA in her Paralegal Technology classes and a cumulative 3.79 GPA. She is a member of several paralegal clubs and organizations, including the national paralegal honor society and PCC Paralegal Association, and is responsible for starting and leading a study group that has helped raise the performance of a number of her classmates. “My experience with Pitt Community College, faculty and staff has been one of the most rewarding of my life,” Gardner says. “I have developed a passion and enthusiasm for knowledge that is a direct result of the tutelage and advising of (PCC’s) Dr. Lora Clark, Vicki Coleman and Anthony Dunn. I have been the humble receiver of their intense desire to ensure I succeed at all my future endeavors.” Upon completing her associate degree in Paralegal Technology, Gardner says she plans to continue her education. She wants to obtain an Associate in Arts Degree at PCC before moving on to pursue a bachelor’s degree in history. “PCC faculty, staff and instructors helped me find my passion and then steered me toward it,” Gardner said.

Petty Gives $5000 Donation Toward Scholarships In October of 2015, a group of second-year Automotive Systems Technology (AST) students traveled to Randleman, NC to assist with the 5th Annual Petty’s Garage Car Show and meet with NASCAR legend Richard Petty. The visit was part of an agreement the college signed three years ago to become an “educational affiliate” of Petty’s Garage, a high-performance speed shop the Hall-of-Fame driver created in 2008. The Petty partnership has been a benefit to the AST program. In addition to increasing student interest in automotive service careers, it has also led to unique educational opportunities for his students, including a project to restore the car Petty drove to Victory Lane in the 1981 Daytona 500 and an internship for three students and an instructor. “The King,” as Petty is known to legions of NASCAR fans, presented the PCC group with a $5,000-check on behalf of Petty’s Garage, which will fund future automotive scholarships.

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College Highlights and advancements

PACE Climate Study Pitt Community College published the results of a recent campus climate study that shows scores higher than peer institutions in most of the areas measured and across-the-board improvement at PCC since the same survey was conducted in 2006. According to an executive summary from the N.C. State University National Initiative for Leadership and Institutional Effectiveness (NILIE), PCC offered a Personal Assessment of the College Environment (PACE) survey to 477 full-time employees in October 2015 and ended up bettering its scores in each of the four domains the instrument measured. By examining institutional structure, student focus, supervisory relations and teamwork, PACE surveys provide a comprehensive picture of an institution’s campus climate. PCC’s survey stated that the college’s mean score of 3.816 indicated “a healthy campus climate.”

“I am extremely pleased that our increase in scores in all categories rose to a statistically significant degree since the last survey conducted in 2006,” Massey said. “It demonstrates that our efforts to improve communications and teamwork over the years have shown improvement. We were able to record these advances with a more than 10 percent greater participation rate than earlier studies.” As part of Pitt’s most recent PACE study, the college’s results were measured against scores from 87 institutions in the NILIE National Normbase, 27 large twoyear colleges and seven South Atlantic institutions. “At PCC, our performance depends upon the contributions of all our employees and the organizational structure and

According to the NILIE summary, 327 PCC employees (68.6 percent) completed the 56-item PACE assessment. Participants answered questions covering each of the four domains being measured by giving rated responses (from a low of “1” to a high of “5”). When compared to the PACE survey conducted at PCC in 2006, the college improved its teamwork score from 3.79 to 4.08 and its student focus mark from 3.79 to 4.0. PCC’s supervisory relations score rose from 3.68 in 2006 to 3.98 in 2015, and its institutional structure result jumped from 3.12 to 3.41. |

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“The results compared with national and regional norms created by this nationally-respected research group may suggest that we further improve our structure and communications.” Within the student focus domain, which examines the centrality of students to the actions of the institution as well as the extent to which students are prepared for post-institution endeavors, PCC scored 4.0. That was better than large two-year schools (3.69), South Atlantic colleges (3.97) and the NILIE Norm (3.75). The full 2015 NILIE report is available on PCC’s official website. Reports from PACE studies conducted at PCC in 2003 and 2006 are also available.

http://www.pittcc.edu/experience-pcc/planning-and-research/reports/climate-study/

PCC President G. Dennis Massey says the climate survey “gives both general and specific perspectives” on how Pitt employees view their jobs, their working relationships, and the direction of the institution.

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Science Building Progress Construction continues on Pitt Community College’s largest facility on campus. The 75,000 square foot Science Building is currently 66% complete with an anticipated completion date of late March 2017. Select courses should be offered the 2017 Summer Semester with the building fully operational for the Fall. Designed to prepare local students for science, technology, engineering, and mathematics based careers, the new facility will be important to the college’s strategic goals as a leader in workforce and economic development. The building will feature a modern,

energy efficient, teaching and learning environment with natural lighting and glass walls for more open observation and collaborative work. The facility will include 12 classrooms, 13 labs, a biotechnology center, a 120-seat auditorium, a STEM learning center and a science tutorial center. The college’s Physics, Geology, Engineering, Industrial Systems & Robotics, Biotechnology, Astronomy, and some of the Biology courses will be in the new facility. Meeting space has also been provided for students’ study groups. Total cost for the building will be more

than $16 million to build and equip, with funding coming from a $19.9 millionbond Pitt County voters approved in 2013 and a $2 million-U.S. Economic Development Administration grant. “This will expand our offerings in science and math at a time they are more important than ever to employers,” said PCC President G. Dennis Massey. “It will also free up space in other areas, particularly with health sciences (programs) … and help us expand our commitment particularly to college transfer and pharmaceutical businesses in the area.”

Who Are Our Students? Curriculum Students 53.3% of Total

Continuing Education Students Average Age – 26.7 Years

Female

60.4%

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43.8%

56.2%

Minorities 49.7%

Employed Full- or Part-Time

Male

Minorities

Average Age – 39.1 Years

Female

Male

46.7% of Total

46.2%

Employed Full- or Part-Time 39.2%

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The PCC Foundation

supporting the needs of students

“The scholarships that were granted to me helped me advance my goal of completing college. As I graduate, I feel that I have accomplished something great.“ – Luis Galeana, Automotive Technology The Down East Holiday Show

Scholarship Reception

VISIONS

“After looking back at my time spent here at PCC, I find that I had to come here to grow and develop as a leader, to be independent and most of all encourage others to continue through school and to reach their goals.“

– Justice Payton, Associate in Arts Accelerating The Future

“I believe giving to the PCC Foundation is tremendously important because PCC is a place for discovery where an older student can reinvent and redeem themselves.“ Scholarship Fund Drive 13

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– Mary Gardner, Paralegal


Message from the Director Occasionally, a donor will ask me, “What difference can my contribution make to the college?” I’m always happy to respond that every contribution, no matter the amount, is an important investment in the future of our college, our students, and our community. Collectively, the financial contributions and support that our donors and friends of the college provide, continue to promote the success of the college and our graduates. The Pitt Community College Foundation invests its resources into making a positive difference in the lives of local students by providing scholarships to help students complete their degrees and prepare for careers. The PCC Foundation also invests its resources in supporting programs, technology, and capital construction projects to support the college’s success. That support is a solid investment in the future of our community. During 2015-2016, the Pitt Community College Foundation dedicated its efforts to developing relationships and resources for the College to provide funding for both essential and innovative services to support students’ success. The PCC Foundation contributed $710,582.85 for student scholarships, mini-grants, and program services and contributions to support the college’s mission and students’ success During the spring of 2016, the PCC Foundation Board partnered with campus leaders and the Board of Trustees to support and advocate for the statewide Connect NC Bond Referendum, from which the college will receive about $8.2 million for renovations and construction of new facilities. Generous contributions, in-kind gifts, and estate planned gifts from individuals, alumni, businesses, foundations, and organizations in Eastern North Carolina have been essential to the success of the PCC Foundation. Now more than ever, the PCC Foundation is implementing methods to ensure donors that their contributions for PCC scholarships, educational activities, and capital projects are great investments. This annual report documents the results of those efforts. – Susan Nobles, Executive Director, PCC Foundation

Message from the Foundation Board Our Foundation Board members are very proud of the students’ success in the classrooms and community, their completion of their degrees, and their entry into the local workforce. We know that PCC graduates are working in many different and essential technical professions throughout our county and region. Much of the PCC Foundation’s success during 2015-2016 can be attributed to the leadership and support of an active board Foundation Board Officers (l to r): Diane Waters (Chair), Miles Minges (Vice Chair), of directors, college trustees, dedicated staff Jim Foster (Secretary), and Ricky Brown (Treasurer) and faculty, donors, and over 220 volunteers who support the foundation’s events and activities. We sincerely appreciate the work and support that each of these groups provides for our College. You can assist the PCC Foundation in its continuous effort to focus on student success by making contributions to our Annual Fund Campaign, developing a planned gift, initiating a scholarship or program fund, making a major gift for a facility naming opportunity, or attending our outstanding special events. Contact the PCC Foundation at www.pittccfoundation.com or call 252-493-7210 to learn more about how you can contribute. Together, we can continue to make a significant difference for our college and our community. – Diane Waters, Chair, PCC Foundation Board For more info visit www.pittccfoundation.com

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PCC Foundation sponsored events

P C C FA L L GOLF CLASSIC

A C C E L E R AT I N G THE FUTURE

DOWN EAST H O L I D AY S H O W

Forty teams competed in the 19th Annual PCC Fall Golf Classic at Greenville Country Club on September 17, 2015. The event netted a total of $32,306.65 (includes in-kind donations).

The second “Accelerating the Future” event was held March 18, 2016 in the Construction and Industrial Technology building on the PCC campus. Guests enjoyed an evening of hors d’oeuvres, drinks, dinner, and dessert along with show cars, silent auction, and student testimonials. They were able to tour the automotive labs and talk with the students as well. The event raised $38,316.56. Additional in-kind donations totaled $2,340.99.

The 2015 Down East Holiday Show exceeded its previous earnings with the largest ever attendance as well as proceeds in its fourteen-year history. With 186 vendors selling a wide variety of merchandise, 11,394 shoppers attended and generated $123,742.62 (includes inkind donations). Proceeds from this event provide scholarships and educational activities for PCC students.

P C C F O U N D AT I O N B O A R D Ms. Diane Waters Chair Purchasing Manager Vidant Medical Center

Ms. Vera Braswell Immediate Past Chair Financial Services Professional New York Life

Mr. Miles Minges Vice Chair Key Account Manager Minges Bottling Group

Ms. Susan Q. Nobles Executive Director, PCC Foundation VP of Institutional Advancement, PCC Ms. Edna Barber Retired

Mr. Jim Foster Secretary Market President/Business Banking Manager, Senior Vice President Wells Fargo Bank

Mr. Don Brown Owner Don Brown’s Funeral Home Mr. Randy Collier Retired Educator

Mr. Ricky Brown Treasurer Chief Financial Officer, PCC

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Ms. Jennifer Congleton Director for Volunteer Services Vidant Medical Center Mr. John Cooke Publisher, The Daily Reflector Cooke Communications Ms. Sylvia Craft Semi-Retired Mr. Billy Dunn Owner MainStreet Promotions Mr. John Evans President Garris Evans Mr. Lindsey Griffin Owner L.R. Griffin & Associates

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Alumni Awards The Pitt Community College Alumni Association honored outstanding individuals on September 26, 2016 for their accomplishments professionally, in the community and in service to the college. The alumni group presented its most prestigious honor, the Distinguished Alumni Award, to Cameron Coburn. Megan Barbre received an Outstanding Alumni Award, Robert DeGiosio a Young Alumni Award, and Betty Langston was presented with an Honorary Alumni Award. Coburn, son of Charles Coburn (the late PCC Athletics Director), is a two-time Pitt graduate, earning a Criminal Justice degree in 2009 and an Associate in Arts two years later. A former member of PCC’s basketball team, he also completed his Basic Law Enforcement Training at PCC before serving with the Pitt County Sheriff’s Office. Now working as Pitt County’s Director of Transportation, Coburn is also an ordained Baptist minister who still finds the time to volunteer with community organizations. Earlier this year, Coburn announced the establishment of the Charles R. Coburn Memorial Endowment Fund with the PCC Foundation in honor of his father.

A 2012 Radiation Therapy graduate, Barbre worked two jobs during her PCC enrollment yet managed to graduate with honors. She currently treats cancer patients through her job with Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center and volunteers regularly with her church and at charitable events.

Cameron Coburn, third from left, and Betty Langston, second from right, were two recipients of the 2016 PCC Alumni Awards. Other recipients not present were Megan Barbre and Robert DeGiosio. Presenting the awards were (l to r) Dr. Massey, Justin Smith, Alumni Association Board Member, and far right, Ashley Smith, Alumni Relations and Development Director.

DeGiosio completed the PCC Respiratory Therapy program in 2013 and was the valedictorian of his graduating class. He was immediately hired by Vidant Medical Center and went on to earn a bachelor’s degree in Respiratory Therapy from UNC-Charlotte earlier this year. A former member of the U.S. Air Force, DeGiosio continues to further his education through specialized respiratory therapy training. He also continues to support PCC’s Respiratory Therapy program by serving as a preceptor and tutor for current students and facilitating the respiratory therapy component of the program’s

summer camp for Pitt County Schools Health Sciences Academy students. Though she never attended PCC, Langston worked for the college as Horizons Program coordinator at the conclusion of a 25-year career with Pitt County Schools. Now fully retired, she serves as a PCC Foundation Board member and co-chairs its special events committee. PCC Events Specialist Erin Greenleaf nominated Langston for her award, which was created in 2011 to honor individuals who have not graduated from PCC but have adopted the college as their own through outstanding service and loyalty.

Mr. Buddy Holt Retired Small Business Owner Part-time Real Estate Broker

Mr. Don Mills Retired NACCO Executive

Mr. Kenneth Ross Manager, Pitt County Fair Retired Highway Patrol

Ms. Betty Langston Retired Educator Pitt County Schools

Ms. Simone Pate Retired Educator Pitt County Schools

Mr. Donnie Skinner Aftermarket Core Manager CopyPro

Ms. Brenda Lewis E. R. Lewis Construction Company

Mr. Lee Percise III Attorney White & Allen, PA

Mr. Charles Long Chair, PCC Board of Trustees Dr. G. Dennis Massey President, PCC Ms. Marian McLawhorn Retired Educator Former NC House of Representatives Mr. Melvin McLawhorn Pitt County Commissioner Retired Corrections Officer

Mr. Justin Smith Alumni Association Board Representative Smith Funeral Service and Crematory

Mr. Mark Phillips Director, Eastern Regional Office NC Biotechnology Center Ms. Lori Preast Assistant Vice President Academic Affairs, PCC

Mr. Tony Tripp Owner Tripp’s Tire Pros & NAPA Auto Parts Mr. Randy Walters Owner Farmville Furniture

Mr. Tommy Price City Executive, Senior Vice President BB&T

Mr. Mike Weeks Owner Michael Weeks Agency

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The PCC Foundation in action

“The PCC Foundation provides funding to help students realize their dreams.“ – Jennifer Congleton, Foundation Board Member PCC Foundation Golf Tournament

Down East Holiday Show

2015 Down East Holiday Show - Ribbon Cutting

“It’s so important for everyone to have the opportunity to get to get an education.” – Diane Waters, Foundation Board Chair

Scholarship Reception

2015-2016 Allocations Supporting the College SCHOLARSHIPS & MINI GRANTS $283,108.99 DONATIONS TO PCC $147,633.58 PROGRAM SERVICES $279,840.28

“PCC is so important for people looking for an affordable education.”

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– Vera Braswell, Foundation Board Member Accelerating The Future


Scholarships

a v a i l a b l e t o P C C s t u d e n t s t h ro u g h t h e Fo u n d a t i o n

Action Auto Endowed Scholarship Alliance One, Inc. Endowed Scholarship Alumni Scholarship Ambassadors Leadership Scholarship American Legion Post 39 of Greenville Endowed Scholarship American Legion Post 151 Veterans Memorial Fund Endowed Scholarship Roselyn Armstrong OTA Endowed Scholarship Mattie Baker Textbook Scholarship Floyd & Hilda Boyce Nursing Endowed Scholarship Dr. Edgar Boyd Scholarship Dalton “Skip” Bright Endowed Scholarship James Brooks Scholarship Pat Chenier Memorial Scholarship Cherry Oaks Recreation Club Endowed Scholarship Phillip Clark Scholarship Charles Coburn Scholarship Ryan Collier Memorial Scholarship Billy R. Combs, Sr. Scholarship Paul Davenport Memorial Scholarship Paula R. Davis Memorial Endowed Scholarship Thomas Denton Memorial Scholarship Kenneth and Mamie Dews Scholarship Joseph Downing Endowed Scholarship Joyce Ann and Bobby Dunn Memorial Endowed Scholarship Eastern Radiology Scholarship Edith Smith Edwards Scholarship Electronics Engineering Technology Scholarship R. O. Everett Family Endowed Scholarship Faculty Senate Scholarship Caitlin Faulkenberry Scholarship Fine Arts Scholarship J. S. Flake Memorial Endowed Scholarship Eleanor Beth Fulford Scholarship William E. Fulford, Jr. Memorial Scholarship Craig F. Goess Endowed Scholarship Golden LEAF Foundation Scholarship** (contact the Financial Aid Office for more information concerning this scholarship) Addie Gore Scholarship Grady White Boats Endowed Scholarship Greenville New Car Dealers Endowed Scholarship Greenville Utilities Commission Scholarship Faye B. Gurganus Endowed Scholarship Hardy’s Appliance and Furniture Endowed Scholarship

Sandra Harrison Scholarship Gene Hemby Endowed Scholarship Brent Holmes Memorial Scholarship Home Health and Hospice Care Endowed Scholarship Hope, Love and Cure Scholarship W.H. Howell Endowed Scholarship Lloyd Huggins Memorial Scholarship International Education Scholarship Dorothy P. Jenkins Nursing Scholarship Jane Keller Travel Abroad Endowed Scholarship Jennifer Knight Endowed Memorial Scholarship Dr. Judith Kuykendall Endowed Scholarship James E. Langston Endowed Memorial Scholarship Dale Leary Endowed Scholarship Karen Lee Memorial Scholarship Massage Therapy Scholarship Mechanical Engineering and Industrial Systems Technology Scholarship R. Dudley Miller Endowed Scholarship John F. Minges Criminal Justice Scholarship Thomas E. Minges Memorial/Pepsi Scholarship Suellen G. Monk Endowed Scholarship Garrie Moore Outreach Scholarship Jim and Barbara Moye Endowed Scholarship Multicultural Arts Committee (MAC) Scholarship Diane Murphrey “Make It Happen” Endowed Scholarship Music and Drama Scholarship National Association of Women In Construction (NAWIC) National Panhellenic Council of Pitt County Scholarship NC Education Lottery Scholarship** (contact the Financial Aid Office for more information concerning this scholarship) Will and Donna Neal Endowed Scholarship Roxanne Nelson Memorial Scholarship T.W. Nicholson, MD Educational Endowed Scholarship Susan Q. Nobles Scholarship Timothy Oakley Memorial Endowed Scholarship Sandra Roberts Ott Memorial Scholarship Parents Now Students Scholarship John Payne - Pitt County Electrical Contractors Scholarship PCCAEOP Scholarship

PCC Employees’ Dependents Scholarship PCC Foundation Scholarship PCC General Scholarship PCC Student Ambassadors Scholarship PCC Welding Scholarship PCMH (Vidant) Nursing Scholarship PCMH (Vidant) Volunteer Auxiliary Endowed Scholarship Peace Church Endowed Scholarship Debi Pearson Scholarship Karen Perry Endowed Scholarship Petty’s Garage Scholarship Piggly-Wiggly Scholarship Pitt County American Legion Fair Endowed Scholarship President’s Scholarship Professional Construction Estimators Association Endowed Scholarship William Rawlinson Endowed Scholarship William P. “Bill” Rice Endowed Scholarship Ricks Automotive Scholarship Leslie D. Rogers Scholarship Kenneth R. and Phyllis P. Ross Endowed Scholarship Linwood and Vannie Rouse Memorial Endowed Scholarship Dr. Charles E. Russell Endowed Scholarship Zachary Russian Memorial Scholarship Service Roofing Endowed Scholarship Dr. Robert Shaw Respiratory Scholarship William H. Smith Endowed Scholarship William “Bill” Russell Spencer Oncology Scholarship State Employees Credit Union Scholarship Sylvia Jones Taylor Nursing Endowment University Health Systems Endowed Scholarship U.N.X./NCAT Scholarship Van Nortwick Endowed Scholarship David Vaughn Scholarship VISIONS Scholarship Joan Warren Memorial Endowed Scholarship Wells Fargo/Automotive Dealers’ Scholarship Vernon E. White Endowed Scholarship Danny Williams HVAC Memorial Scholarship Winterville High School Class of 1943 Endowed Scholarship Danny Woods Memorial Endowed Scholarship

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PCC Foundation

The PCC Foundation gratefully acknowledges the following donors for the July 2015-June 2016 fiscal year.

donors

Circle of Excellence $10,000 +

Pitt Society $1,000 - $2,499

Eddie and Jo Allison Smith Family Foundation Pitt County American Legion Agriculture Fair, Inc. Greenville Toyota Greenville Toyota Deal Match Program

Alliance One International, Inc. Larry Bissette, Inc. Ricky D. Brown William S. Brown Emily Monk Davidson Edith Smith Edwards Frankie Edwards Free Union FWB Church Furniture Fair Charles E. Goodman Dr. Thomas E. Gould Christy Harris Don Hicks Marjorie R. Holmes Amy H. Kragel Peter J. Kragel John David Laney Betty R. Langston Karen M. Lemoine John Eric McDonald Will & Donna Neal Susan Quinn Nobles Parker & Becky H. Overton Richard (Rick) G. Owens Greg & Heidi Parker Physicians East

Foundation Leaders $5,000 - $9,999 Minges Bottling Group Petty’s Garage Tabitha Devisconti Trust Wells Fargo

President’s Council $2,500 - $4,999 American Legion Pitt County 39 Dr. John T. & Nancy J. Bray Danny & Jill Carraway Dr. G. Dennis Massey Daniel (Dan) Mayo National Warehouse Leasing, LLC Lori Ann Preast RSB Tobacco, Inc.

Pitt Golden K Kiwanis Club John B. & Judy A. Roberts Gregory P. Rogers Dr. & Mrs. Charles E. Russell John & Sara Russian Dr. Robert A. & Jon W. Shaw Ernest L. Simons Jean M. Taylor Stevan Hayden & Madge Gay Dews Thompson

College Fellows $500 - $999 Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. Wendy W. Ayscue William (Junior) Bailey Clyn Barber Barbers Rentals Hilda P. Barrow Susan S. Basnight James H. Bearden David L. Beckman Andrew J. Borders Linda M. Boyd Mitchell W. Butts Kathy Carnes John C. Carrere Sharon G. Ceres Hope V. Clark

Michael Wade Clendenen Kendall Commodore John K. Cooke Mary F. Daniel Tytishia P. Davis Neil Dorsey James O. Ensor, Jr. John Hughes Evans William E. Everett John K. & Jacquelyn Farkas Tina Louise Farmer Willard C. Finch Candace C. Frye Anthony W. Garner Grady White Boats Peter Edward Gregory Charles (Chuck) Griffin Richard C. Grimes Dewey N. Grubb Dr. Virginia D. Hardy, PhD Charles F. (Chuck) Hauser Barry Holmes Buddy & Polly Holt Velislava K. Karaivanova Judith G. Kasperek William (Bill) Lewis II Norman K. Lilley Dr. Stefan Marcuard & Dr. Karen Shaw Tabitha R. Miller Ed Murphrey Farrah H. Owens Patio & Hearth Shop (Daughtridge Gas) Wendy Bly Perrini Jeffery R. Rorer Phillip Schutt Scott Shook Michael L. & Richie Shreves Herman & Ursula Simon Ashley Dews Smith Jasmin L. Spain Freida Elaine Spencer R. Michael Stephenson Clyde (Ray) Taylor T.D. Goodwin Construction, LLC Walter G. Underwood Uptown Brewing Co. Charles M. & Charity J. Valentine Randy R. Walters Michael D. Weeks Shakeena E. White Stephen R. Whitlock Alice C. Williams Walter L. Williams Kimberly F. Williamson Stacey L. Wright

Honor Council $250-$499 The Pitt County American Legion Agricultural Fair, Inc., presented a $25,000-check to the Pitt Community College Foundation to expand an endowed scholarship it started in 2014. The scholarship is awarded to select PCC vocational and technical students from Pitt County. Kenneth Ross (second from right), fair manager and a PCC Foundation Board member, and the fair’s president, Jerry Cox (third from left), presented the donation to PCC President G. Dennis Massey, PCC Foundation Executive Director Susan Nobles and PCC Foundation Board Chair Diane Waters, left to right. Also present was Ross’s wife, Phyllis. 19

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Richard Charles Alligood Jaysen Clarke Arno Kerri L. Augustino Patricia Ann Baldwin Bath Concepts and Supplies, Inc.


PCC Advocates $100-$249

PCC Dean of Public Services and Fine Arts Dan Mayo (second from left) presents the 2016 John Minges Criminal Justice Scholarship to student Martina Hardison. On hand for the presentation are PCC Criminal Justice Technology instructors Dawn Vaughan, Mike Nicholson, Phil Baggett and Sherry Joyner, left to right. Brian D. Bothern Vera Braswell Lynne W. Braxton R. Tildon & Becky B. Brittle Alexine Bryant Nancy S. Bunch Samantha S. Chauncey Hope Clark Katherine B. Clyde Vicki Gregory Coleman Kendall Arlene Commodore Jennifer King Congleton Patrick James Corbett Angela S. Council Gina Cavanaugh Cox Marianne K. Cox Sylvia W. Craft Chris B. & Bobbi O. Curtis Delcor, Inc. Wayland & Elaine Denton Kenneth & Chris Moore DeVille Keith G. Drury Donald & Norma Dunn Ronald J. & Peggy C. Dunn George Mark Dupree Wendy S. Evans Faith P. Fagan Faris Dixon Law Firm Farrior & Sons, Inc. Charles P. Farris, Jr. Alana Fisher

William Lee Ford Alvin Frazier Dr. Herb & Lynne Garrison Robert A. Goldberg, Jr. Lenora Charleston Harvey Frank M. Hemingway Macey HIll Anthony J. Holsten Brian House Jessica Jaimes-Echeverria James Earl Jones Kimberly Swanner Jordan Sherri K. Joyner Lisa W. Kelley Kay J. Lee Lynn Vaughn Lee Connie S. Lloyd Hannah Doughtie Manning Dennis Wayne Marshall Charles C. & Joan L. Martin, Jr. Etsil S. Mason Anne B. Massey Michael Steven Mayo Kathryn T. Minnick April L. Moore Kelly Wilkerson Moore Julie H. Moseley Joseph D. Moss National Panhellenic Council of Pitt County Beth Perkins Erin Burton Perkins

Stephanie R. Posey Theresa R. Rawls Raymond Reddrick Steven Douglas Reynolds Lynne Rogers Stephanie Manley Rook Kimberly Grant Rouse Dan L. & Betty M. le Roux Chris Smith Millie J. Sparks Katelynn Speas Arthur B. Stevenson Delzora Stringfield Alison L. Stuart Ayra D. Sundbom Bonnie D. Sutton Jereme Sutton Olivia M. Sutton James G. Taylor, Jr. Wanda C. Tenpenny Mary F. Tyson Juan Andres Velosa Bruce E. Warrender Wells Fargo Foundation Amanda D. Wells Leslie Dwayne & Laurie L. Weston Patricia White Winterville Insurance Agency Allyson Swain Woolard Harvey S. Wooten

Alpha Omega of Epsilon Sigma Alpha Int. Kris Anderson Lillie L. Andrews Allen Ayscue Frederick Baggett Philip R. Baggett Marjorie R. Barnhill Thomas A. & Margaret G. Bennett, Jr. Shareen L. Berkowitz Connie S. Blake Lionel & Linda Bonck Stephanie P. Bowers Kristin Braswell Dr. C. Christopher Bremer Janet D. Brewer Don Brown Tony & Paula Brown Joyce B. Bunting Tavondia W. Burdett Latis E. Burnett John & Kris E. Carroll Megan Carter Karen Castro Gary T. Ceres Joanne T. Ceres Scott Chauncey Drs. Linda Kuhn & Tim Clark Scott Clinefelter Tina Lynn Clinefelter Diane M. Collie Laura L. Corbett Eleanor R. Corbin Spencer & Sue Cosby, Jr. Joe Cox Justin Cox Andy & Sharon Culpepper Ronnie Curtis Susan T. Dean Naidalyn Nadisha Douglas Jan D. Edeburn Marlene H. Edwards Lisa B. Elmore Fanette H. Entzminger Gary L. Evans Mark F. Faithful Sherry Farmer Rebecca S. Feeney June M. Ficklen Thomas L. Forrest Betty G. Fulford Jerry Vernon Garris Happy D. Gingras Alma W. Gladson Pamela Paige Gorham Kimberly Grant Steve Grant Edwin Gray Teresa B. Guardino Tommianne Little Haithcock Halpin Moss Company

For more info visit www.pittccfoundation.com

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Ronald and Linda Ham Ricky F. & Theresa K. Hardy Emily Harrington Alton Harris Mary Wesley Harvey Richard W. Hastings Lorrie L. Hawley Raymond A. Heath, Jr. Bill & Betty Heisserer Thomas H. Henderson Barbara Higgins HIS Medical, Inc. Holiday Inn Carolyn Hughes Beverly M. Hunt JKF Architecture, PC JKL, Inc. JP Machine Tools, Inc. Cody Jannise Mike & Susan Jeffreys John Donoghue Automotive David C. Johnson Glenn & Patricia H. Johnston Jane H. Keller J. Bryant Kittrell Ann Brown Land Beth Randalls Lane Lautares Jewelers, Inc. Jeff Lee Richard D. Lee David & Betsy Leech Linda C. Leighty Stephanie Letchworth Dr. Jasper L. Lewis, Jr. Katheryn C. Lewis Scott Lieberenz Charles E. Long

Norma Elizabeth Manning Susan H. Marsh Kimberly Martin Sandra L. Mathis Alexandra Reddick McCoy Jean McDonald Becky McLawhorn Marian N. McLawhorn Lelia D. Midkiff Joan Millwee Kelly Minshew Janet G. Mintern Teri Moore Joseph Preston Morgan Tim Moseley William (Billy) E. Mozingo, Sr. Glynis B. Mullins Catherine Nelson Walter R. Newton Beth T. Nichols Mark W. & Barbara Owens, Jr. Mary S. Paramore Helen M. Parke Walter R. Perkins III Everett Hayes & Mary Anne Peele Petteway Mark A. Phillips Jane M. Power Stephen J. Premo Tommy & Amanda Price Jeanne Properties, LLC Tudor Rolinksy Rader Victoria R. Rader Jeffrey S. Ramey William E. Rasberry Roanoke Tar Cotton, Inc. Jo Anna L. Rohrbaugh Phyllis P. Ross

Sonji Rowsom Amanda Schutt James & Sharon Shallow Dustin Sharp Eddie C. Sherrod Johnny (Jay) H. Shingleton Sara J. Singleton Jenni Drew Smith Justin Russell Smith Lara H. Smith Terry M. Snow Vernon G. Snyder Donald R. Spell Jenna W. Stamper Amy T. Stephenson William E. Sugg Joseph A. Sutton John A. Swope Sylvan Learning Center Dini Cox Taylor Dewey M. & Rosie G. Thompson Starlette L. Vaught Brinkley Wagstaff Kevin Walke Tyree Walker, Jr. Andrew E. Walker Mary Ann Wallace Dale Walter Jeffrey & Suzanne Walter Rebecca Warren Sheila O. Warren Angela H. Waterman Waters Carpet Center, Inc. Lisa S. Webb Nathaniel R. Wells Peter E. & Annelle P. West, Jr. Velda A. Whitfield

Wynn Whittington Charles M. Williamson Woodside Antiques Darlene Smith Worthington Beth A. Wynn James Wynn

Fire Academy Training

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In Kind donors

Amish Furniture Store ASAP Photo & Camera Ayden Golf & Country Club Bailey’s Fine Jewelry Barnes & Nobles, Inc. Battleship North Carolina Baywood Racquet Club Bradford Creek Golf Club Brandywine Bay Country Club Brook Valley Country Club Buffalo Wild Wings Grill & Bar Susan Burton C & M Train Catherine G. Cahoon Cape Fear Museum Carolina Ale House Carolina Colours Carolina Hurricanes Carolina Panthers Carolina Railhawks Cool Breeze Lanterns Cotton Valley Golf Club Country Club of Crystal Coast Cutter Creek Golf Club Cypress Landing Golf Club Dance Greenville Dapper Dan’s Art & Antique Gallery Darlene’s Keepsakes, LLC Eugene Davis Deadwood Durham Bulls ECU Athletics ECU School of Theater & Dance EL Photography Elusive Specimens Game Changer Designs

Dillon’s Aviation Discerning Designs by Jessie DSBG Gardens Duplin Winery Lisa B. Elmore Melissa Elpers Factory Mattress & Bedrooms Farmville Community Arts Council Farmville Flower Basket & Simple Sassy Farmville Furniture Company Farmville Golf & Country Club Alvin Frazier Bobbie Gaumont Greenville Country Club Greenville Vacuum & Sewing Scott & Patti Griffin Hair Doozy, LLC Hematoma Paintball Hicks Frame Shop HillBilt Metal Works Holiday Inn Ironwood Golf & Country Club Island Time Hot Sauce It’s Sew Wright Jefferson Group, Inc. Jenni K Jewelry Jersey Mikes James Earl Jones Just Stitches Judith G. Kasperek Alison S. Knox Lautares Jewelers, Inc. Wan Yu Lee Lost Colony Marbles Kids Museum Mellow Mushroom Pizza Bakers

Merlefest Miche Aaron Miles Minges Monkee’s Of Greenville Morehead City Country Club Museum of Life Science Myrtle Grove Plantation Nascar Hall of Fame Next Level Training Grady & Amanda Nichols III Susan Quinn Nobles North River Club Golf Course Norwex On The Waterfront Origami Owl Custom Jewelry Overton’s, Inc. Parrott Canvas Co., Inc. Patio & Hearth Shop (Daughtridge Gas) Erin Burton Perkins Pine Knolls Shores Aquarium Pitt County Arts Council at Emerge Gallery Plank Road Steakhouse Play Date Portrait Innovations Rainbow of Greenville Ricks Chicks Boutique River Landing Golf & Country Club Roanoke Country Club Janet Roberson Robinson Jewelers, Inc. Rouse-Varley Designs Salt Soothers Scotch Hall Preserve Seasons of Designs Serendipity Shenandoah Framing

Geri Simpkins Simply Natural Creamery, LLC Sara J. Singleton Ashley Dews Smith Newton Smith Snap On Industrial Spartanburg Area Chamber of Commerce Katelynn Speas Steinbeck’s Men’s Shop Sylvan Heights Bird Park Taberna Country Club Taff Office Equipment Co. Texas Roadhouse Title Boxing Club, NCTBC, LLC The 5th Street Inn The Biltmore House The Crate The Fresh Market The Hammock Source The Mosquito Authority of Eastern NC, LLC The Painted Monkey The Puppet Lady The Spa at Merle Norman The Sun Spa The Venue The Villedge Tyson Creek Studio Walnut Creek Country Club Walt Disney World Washington Yacht & Country Club Waters Home Furnishings Wedgewood Public Golf Course Leslie Dwayne & Laurie L. Weston Winterville Fire Department Billie Powell Woolard

Sponsors of events

Alliance One Anne’s Old Fashioned Food Products BB& T Brown & Wood Barbour Hendrick Honda C.A. Lews Construction Coca- Cola Coastal Beverage Delcor, Inc. DSM Eastern Dermatology & Pathology E.R. Lewis Construction First Citizens Bank First South Bank Grady White Boats Harley-Davidson of Winterville Hastings Ford Hughes-Rankin Impressions Magazine Institutional Interiors

JKF Architecture Minges Bottling Group MS Promotions Office Depot On The Waterfront Our State North Carolina Physicians East PotashCorp T.D. Goodwin, LLC The Daily Reflector Towne Insurance Agency Triple P Tripp’s Tire Pros Suddenlink Sun Energy1 Vidant Medical Center Ward & Smith Wesley M. Measamer, CPA WNCT-TV Channel 9

2016 Fire Academy Graduates

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Dr. William E. Fulford, Jr. Building

Pitt Community College is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award Associate Degrees. Contact the Commission on Colleges at 1866 Southern Lane, Decatur, Georgia 30033-4097 or call 404.679.4500 for questions about the accreditation of Pitt Community College. Pitt Community College is an Equal Opportunity Employer / Committed to Diversity. 1500 copies of this document were printed at a cost of $2,271.27 or $1.51 per copy. November 2016 - RP

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