Programs

Charleston Regional Youth Apprenticeship program celebrates its new class of apprentices at Signing Day 2019

The Charleston Regional Youth Apprenticeship (CRYA) program celebrated career education with hundreds of students, business leaders, educators and special guests at the Signing Day 2019 breakfast held Tuesday at the College Center on TTC’s Thornley Campus in North Charleston. The breakfast, sponsored by Partnership to Advance Youth Apprenticeship (PAYA), began with opening remarks from PAYA’s…

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Learning by doing: Medical students practice working with interpreters

By Leslie Cantu First- and second-year medical students getting ready to put their book knowledge into real-world practice got a chance to work with medical interpreters during a pre-clerkship program organized by the College of Medicine and MUSC Health Interpretation & Translation Services. Terrell Washington, who’s entering her second year in the College of Medicine, said she…

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New Presbyterian College Special Education Degree to Help Meet Statewide Need for Special Education Teachers

On June 11, the South Carolina Department of Education granted approval for Presbyterian College to offer a special education degree, which will start in Fall 2019. The Bachelor of Science degree will allow students to receive teaching certification in up to three areas. Students can become certified in multi-categorical, severe disabilities and elementary education. PC…

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Voorhees College launches paid internship scholars program

Six Voorhees College students were selected to participate in the inaugural cohort of the 2019 Voorhees College Paid Internship Program (VC-PISP). The internship placements are challenging work opportunities related to the student’s major or intended career that force students to reflect and integrate college learning in the professional world. According to the internship facilitators, VC–PISP…

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Claflin University’s Nursing Program Earns National Accreditation

Claflin University announces that its RN to Bachelor of Science in Nursing program has received accreditation by the Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education (CCNE) Board of Commissioners retroactive from October 1, 2018 until June 30, 2024. CCNE Accreditation ensures that the nursing program consistently demonstrates quality in mission and governance, institutional commitment and resources, and…

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6th Annual Ellington Elite Youth Football Camp Set For June 28

NFL players and Moncks Corner natives Andre Ellington and Bruce Ellington are holding the sixth annual Ellington Elite Youth Football Camp at Berkeley High School on Friday, June 28. Youth will experience professional football instruction, sports performance coaching and motivational speakers. This free camp for participants ages 6-16 will take place at the Berkeley High…

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