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The Ivy Building at A-B Tech, last remaining building from St. Genevieve's and Gibbons Hall, has been chosen as a Griffin Award winner from the Preservation Society of Asheville and Buncombe County.
The State Board has allocated funding to the colleges from the 2020 COVID-19 Recovery Act in three areas: career counseling/academic advising, cybersecurity awareness training and Small Business Center counseling.
The Small Business Center and NC BioNetwork are partnering to offer a one-hour webinar on “Writing Effective Standard Operating Procedures,” starting at 10 a.m. on Thursday, May 28.
After being a plumber for 13 years, Joshua Hollingsworth realized he couldn’t see himself doing it forever. The physical demands were tough and being on call 24/7 kept him away from his family more often than not.
Three students from A-B Tech represented the college at that NC Phi Beta Lambda state leadership conference by competing online. Aaron Katzenberger, David Peck and Kiva Jones-Wilmer won awards, and the college chapter received accolades, too.
A-B Tech Community College has released its list of annual Academic Award winners in the college programs. Normally the students are honored in the spring at the Academic Awards Ceremony. Due to these unprecedented times, A-B Tech was forced to cancel this ceremony and will honor its students in a different way this year.
A-B Tech lost a devoted supporter and friend when Jack Ray Ferguson passed away May 6. Jack and his wife, Carolyn, began their charitable giving to A-B Tech in 1999 with a pledge to support the Foundation through three charitable remainder trusts.
The A-B Tech Foundation has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Walnut Cove Members Association’s (WCMA) Coronavirus Emergency Grant Fund and $25,000 from the SEH Tabitha Foundation.
A-B Tech Selected as New Second Chance Pell Experimental Site, to Offer Postsecondary Education in Prison
The U.S. Department of Education announced A-B Tech is included in the expansion of the Second Chance Pell Experimental Sites Initiative to provide need-based Pell grants to people in state and federal prisons.
The Jack Kent Cooke Foundation today announced that A-B Tech student Christian Donaldson, was selected as a recipient of the prestigious Cooke Undergraduate Transfer Scholarship. The highly-competitive national scholarship provides selected students up to $40,000 a year to complete their bachelor’s degrees.