Business Education

Jun 2, 2023

Interns and businesses share their experiences with local summer internship program

Photo courtesy of Cumberland County SchoolsBriyana Tillman - Photo - provided by Cumberland County SchoolsClasses are wrapping up for the school year, and as some students rejoice in a break from tests and homework, others are eager to take advantage ...

May 26, 2023

UNCP signs MOU with France’s Montpellier Business School

UNCP Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings (left) signs MoU with Dr. Oussama Ammar, dean of programs at Montpellier Business School - Photo provided by UNCPUNC Pembroke is expanding its global reach with the recent Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Mon ...

May 24, 2023

Moore County Chamber and Moore County Schools host CTE Signing Days

Photo courtesy of MCCThe Moore County Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Moore County Schools, hosted three Career Technical Education (CTE) Signing Days throughout the month of May. These annual Signing Days highlight high school students and ...

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Bianca Shoneman
Cool Spring Downtown District, Inc

Downtown Fayetteville is Booming with Millions in Investments to Expand and Renovate a Range of Properties

Posted May 2, 2023
A charitable, non-profit corporation formed in 2017, the Cool Spring Downtown District works to position Fayetteville as a vibrant center of artistic, cultural, civic, and commercial activity. The District is excited to announce recent investments th entire article
May 11, 2023

UNCP launches cybersecurity pathway with SCC

Southeastern Community College President Dr. Chris English (left) signs a cybersecurity articulation agreement with UNCP Interim Provost Dr. Cherry Beasley and UNCP Chancellor Robin Gary Cummings - Photo provided by UNCPUNC Pembroke has signed an art ...

Apr 27, 2023

FTCC President presents about Carolina Cyber Network to State Board of Community Colleges

Photo provided by FTCCFayetteville Technical Community College President Dr. Mark Sorrells met with the State Board of Community Colleges to discuss the work of the Carolina Cyber Network and CCN’s comprehensive cybersecurity workforce strategy for N ...

Apr 21, 2023

WBC at CEED to host Food Entrepreneur Resource Day Monday April 24

Photo courtesy of CEED/WBCThe Women’s Business Center of Fayetteville at CEED is hosting a Resource Day tailored to Food Based Entrepreneurs on Monday, April 24. The Food Resource Day will give guidance on how to get started in the food business ...

Apr 20, 2023

FSU School of Social Work, Cumberland County Schools join forces to train school-based mental health professionals

Pictured Left to Right: Dr. Quienton L. Nichols and Dr. Beverly EdwardsFayetteville State University and its School of Social Work are partnering with Cumberland County Schools, the University of North Carolina at Pembroke and RTI International to ad ...

Apr 5, 2023

UNCP College of Health Sciences to host healthcare speaker series on April 10

Photo courtesy of UNCPUNC Pembroke College of Health Sciences annual speaker series will be held on Monday, April 10. The event, “Becoming a Change Agent in Health Care: The Keys to Meaningful Academic and Career Journeys,” will be held at the U ...

Mar 30, 2023

UNCP earns cybersecurity designation from the National Security Agency

Image courtesy of UNCPThe National Security Agency has designated UNC Pembroke as a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense.The CAE-CD designation is awarded to regionally accredited academic institutions offering cybersecurity degree ...

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In The Current Issue

Summer in the gardens: Taking a look at the current and future displays and events as the Cape Fear Botanical Garden kicks off the summer season

PHOTO PROVIDED BY CAPE FEAR BOTANICAL GARDENCFBG is connecting local history and agriculture with NASCAR with their Horticulture, Hooch & Outlaws in Fast Cars exhibiton display until August 20.New activities, events and day trips are coming up fo

The Cozy Heron: Lillington "glamping" experience allows for a comfortable yet unforgettable time in the great outdoors

Each individual wagon is eight and a half feet tall, twenty-five feet long, and contains one hundred and eighty squarefeet of space to relax in - Photo provided by Cape Fear River AdventuresSummer is approaching rapidly in North Carolina, and we all

C&S Ice: Family owned mobile food stand brings a northern frozen treat to beat the southern heat

Carla (left) and Sean Stansberry, (right)are the team behind C&S Ice, workingtogether to make all of their food byhand and with care - Photos provided by GFBJC&S has loyal fans of all ages who travel to meet them at their location for the day