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CCCC receives gift from state veterinary academy

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Click to enlarge,   Central Carolina Community College Presidentrn                              Dr. Marvin Joyner (left) receives a check for $1,000rn                              from Sue Stephens, President of the North Carolinarn                              Academy of Small Animal Medicine (NCASAM) at arn                              recent luncheon at the Dennis Wicker Civic Center.  CCCCrn                              faculty plan to use the money for equipment andrn                              supply purchases in addition to financial aid forrn                              current students.

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Central Carolina Community College Presidentrn Dr. Marvin Joyner (left) ... (more)

01.01.2004Uncategorized

Sanford, NC — The veterinary medical technologyrn program at Central Carolina Community College (CCCC)rn will benefit from a recent $1,000 donation by the Northrn Carolina Academy of Small Animal Medicine (NCASAM). 

rn Sue Stephens, NCASAM president, presented the check to CCCC’s President,rn Dr. Marvin Joyner, during a recent NCASAM conference at the Dennis A. Wickerrn Civic Center.  NCASAM has supported CCCC’s veterinary medical technologyrn program for the past 15 years.

rn“ Each year, this money helps us purchase equipment and supplies that werncan’t buy with our state budget allotment,” explained Dr. Paul Porterfield,rnveterinary medical technology chair.  “This money will also enablernus to assist students in our program financially.”

rn CCCC was the first of two community colleges in North Carolina to offer veterinaryrn medical technology.  Students receive an associate of applied sciencern upon graduation.  The program is offered during the weekdays at the Leern County Campus in Sanford.