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Employees of A-B Tech Madison and Student Services were on hand at the Madison High School career fair on March 13. Then next week on March 19, A-B Tech Madison hosted a Spring Career Fair with NCWorks Career Center - Madison. Both events were quite successful, according to A-B Tech Madison director Sherri Davis.
Nature’s Notebook on Display
Artwork created by students in Peter Loewer’s Natures Notebook II class will be on display through May 3 in lower Locke Library. The class focuses on looking into the natural work using pencils, pen and ink, and watercolor.
Three A-B Tech students were selected to attend the NASA Community College Aerospace Scholars (NCAS) Onsite Experience at Kennedy Space Center.
David Robbins joins A-B Tech as the Purchasing Agent and Lab Manager in Culinary Arts. David has a Bachelor’s degree in Management from the University of North Carolina Asheville.
A-B Tech Foundation Scholarship recipients were honored at a luncheon on March 14 in the Magnolia Dining Room. Recipients were seated with donors and were able to talk about how A-B Tech has impacted their lives and how appreciative they were of the scholarships.
A-B Tech Volunteers donated their evenings at area middle schools for the United Way of Asheville and Buncombe County Homework Diners.
A-B Tech Community College is hosting the Class of 2019 Computer Technologies Student Expo from noon to 2 p.m. on Friday, May 3 in the Haynes Computer Technology Center on the Asheville campus.
1,000+ high school students from eight Western North Carolina public school systems and the general public exptected to attend
A-B Tech Community College’s Women in Technology Group held its third annual Power Up, Power On event March 12 in the A-B Tech/Mission Health Conference Center. This annual women’s event features a program of workshops and networking opportunities.
Joanna Bolick, Chair of Developmental Studies, presented at the National Association for Developmental Ed (NADE) conference in Atlanta on March 8. She co-presented “Collaboration: A Key to Success in a Co-Requisite World” with Lucretia White, Program Coordinator for DRE/ACA at College of the Albemarle.