All award amounts together total $8,377,752.
All award amounts together total $8,377,752.
Led by Central Piedmont, a collaborative effort between Central Piedmont, Guilford Technical CC, and Forsyth Technical CC to develop and implement evidenced-based academic and student support activities, increasing the percentage of underrepresented minority students that transfer and complete STEM degrees.
Course development and adaptation to a new technician certificate program offered at the two year college as well as a continuing education course for incumbent workers, faculty professional development, and cultivation of business and industry partnerships.
To increase the number of highly trained Supply Chain Automation Technicians to meet the growing national need.
Partnership focused on making our regional secondary-postsecondary education system more responsive to shifting workforce needs with a focus on industry alignment and equity.
Increasing the capacity for community colleges to provide students in recovery the support and skills necessary to help them successfully obtain, transition to, or reclaim desired life and academic pursuits.
Scholarship and student support which prepares eligible students in the program for careers in the addictions counseling field and assist them in the process of state credentialing toward becoming a certified or licensed substance abuse counselor.
Support for refugees residing in Mecklenburg County including comprehensive educational assessment and orientation, English language instruction, and vocational training.
Scholarships and staffing support to assist participants in accessing college resources to boost their career possibilities and family’s financial well-being.
Specialized, online, and contextualized developmental courses and a summer institute to assist and accelerate the education of early childhood educators.
Nutrition-related training and networking opportunities directed to childcare providers and nutrition staff of child care centers that serve preschool children.
Clinical practice learning experience for nursing students at the Atrium Behavioral Health Center - Charlotte.
Preparation for at-risk youth, aged 16–24, for academic and employment success, by providing participants with support in completing a high school diploma and enrolling in a career pathway.
Non-surgical periodontal therapy, oral hygiene and diabetes counseling program for individuals with Type 2 Diabetes who will be served at the Central Piedmont Dental Hygiene Clinic.
Aligns student success programs and services that strengthen student outcomes for all minority males enrolled at Central Piedmont.
Supports low-income students and students with literacy needs, creating a seamless transition to post-secondary education or training, and employment.
Funding for supplies, travel, professional development, faculty salaries, and/or to purchase the National Repository of Online Courses (NROC)
Funds to improve modernize and enhance the career and technical education experience for currently enrolled students (Merancas Campus, Health Sciences, and STEM divisions).
Provides scholarships to continuing education students enrolled in a short-term training program that leads to a state recognized or industry supported credential.
Support for financial emergencies that students may face, including course materials, housing, medical needs, dependent care, or other.
Modernization and enhancement of the college’s NETLAB, increasing Central Piedmont’s ability to provide the most up to date, industry relevant cybersecurity education and produce highly skilled cybersecurity technicians.
The support services to increase the retention and graduation rates of participants, and facilitate the transfer from a two-year institution to a four-year institution.
Funds to recruit seven students to complete the Construction Specifications Institute - Construction Documents Technology (CSI CDT) credentialing exam; exam fees will be covered by Sinclair Community College/National Science Foundation.
Student scholarships and NIMS certifications/accreditations for the college’s Machining program.
Enhancement of the Collision Repair and Refinishing Technology program providing students access to the latest technology and the skills and knowledge needed to meet the demand of the collision repair industry.
Promotes career and technical education programs and provide direct support for students in need of financial assistance to continue or complete their allied health programs and become licensed healthcare professionals in high-demand health careers.
Partnership to promote and celebrate Literature and the Arts.