Meet some local grads
defining success for themselves.
Student at Central Piedmont Community College
The Longleaf grant has changed my life. It has not only helped me out [financially]—but has also motivated me to keep doing better in school. And now I’ll have my associate degree in a year and a half.
Attended Halifax Community College
Attending a community college prepared me to enter my four-year institution. I was able to become acclimated with college work, gain professional development and transfer my credits...
Business Transformation Specialist at Lenovo
Wake Tech Community College Grad
I was able to do this. I went to school. I worked. I was able to help my family… The flexibility of it is something that can’t be beat.
Government & Industry Liaison at Drake Software
Southwestern Community College
To have control over my career path over the long haul was a definite advantage for me, starting at a community college.
Chief Operations Officer at Chick-Fil-A Wilson
Wilson Community College Grad
My roles at work started to change. I started going into leadership and saw how beneficial school was going to be in my near future.
Asheville-Buncombe Technical Community College Grad
This really stressful and really hard, and I’m thankful that I went to a school that prepared me for something like this.