The Economic Development Commission is planning a roundtable discussion between Industry Representatives and those involved in educating and training the workforce. The tentative date is July 23, 2013. Input from industry or those performing training is welcome and should be directed to email@example.com. Training today for the workforce of tomorrow is very challenging a…
Campbell Universtiy announced that in the Fall of 2014 it begin training students to be Registered Nurses.
Central Carolina Community College will soon start moving in the equipment and furniture to prepare the new training facility for classes to start this fall.
CHARLOTTE — Duke Energy Progress has chosen a 260-acre tract off Byrd’s Mill Road in Bunnlevel, N.C., to participate in the utility’s 2013 Site Readiness Program to prepare the location for potential industrial development. Duke Energy’s Site Readiness Program is designed to help communities served by the utility compete for new companies and jobs. “The Mast…
As part of the 2013 Free Lunch and Learn Series, Healthcare Reform and its affects on business will be the topic for the April meeting. To learn more about this event or register, click here.
Central Harnett Hospital celebrated with over 600 people the ribbon cutting for the new facility on Thursday, January 10. Stating that the vision had indeed become a reality due to the efforts of leaders in Harnett County both past and present, Ken Bryan, President and CEO, Harnett Health and Ron Maddox, Chairman, Harnett Health Board of Trustees, were joined at the podium by William…
Foreign Trade Zone Lunch & Learn January 31, 2013 11:30 to 2:00 Public Utilities Building, 700 McKinney Parkway, Large Conference Room Harnett County EDC & Progress Energy will host the free lunch open to existing industries and businesses in the Harnett County area. To register: http://www.harnettedc.org/us-foreign-trade-zone-lunch-and-learn-seminar.
View WRAL's Road Trip to Campbell University in Buies Creek.
View WRAL's Road Trip to CCCC.
The U.S. Department of Education recently awarded CCCC “a five-year, $1.23 million dollar Veterans Upward Bound project grant to increase college attendance and success among veterans. CCCC will receive $245,086 per year for five years to serve veterans residing in Chatham, Harnett and Lee counties”. See the attached pdf for more information.