Through Continuing Education courses, citizens find opportunities to retrain and update themselves for today's job market, develop leadership and civic responsibility, grow in basic knowledge, improve in home and community life, gain knowledge in general education, and develop creativity in the fine arts.
Continuing Education programs are offered where there is community need and interest. Some courses and services, because of great demand, are offered on a continuing basis. Other courses and programs may be initiated by request from groups, the industrial community, or other service organizations.
The Continuing Education Division offers a diversified and flexible program for those individuals who elect to attend class on a less structured basis than is required for curriculum study.
Continuing Education courses include self improvement, updating and upgrading to meet increased job demands, plus a variety of general interest offerings. For information, call the Continuing Education Division at (919) 934-3051.
All Continuing Education classes/instructors provided are subject to change due to specific circumstances and low enrollment may result in class cancelation. All registered participants will be notified in either event.
Continuing Education courses are offered in the following areas:
- Basic Skills Programs
- CE Computer Courses
- CE Scholarship
- Culinary Arts
- Economic and Workforce Development
- Golden Leaf Scholars Program
- IT Computer Academy
- Online Courses
- Professional Development
- Personal Enrichment Courses
- Public Health and Safety
- Small Business Center
- Project Skill-UP
- Wastewater Training
- Spring Semester: January 1 - May 15
- Summer Semester: May 16 - August 14
- Fall Semester: August 15 - December 31
If the course is noted as SS, then it is not an occupational course and is considered a self-supporting course. Everyone must pay the fee listed including any tech fees, materials, or book fees if applicable.
- Registration fees include all fees required for the course listed except for the book fee which is listed with the course.
For information on all Continuing Education computer-training courses, please call (919) 209-2591.
- When paying for your course, please do not send the registration fee and book fee together as these are to be paid separately. Books need to be purchased through JCC bookstore.
- Students who are age 16-18 and are enrolled in High School and want to take a course with JCC while in school must complete a Joint Approval for Concurrent Enrollment form.
CE courses by Location
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