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Put your best foot forward this fall with help from these classes. The Sandhills Community College Continuing Education Career Development department’s goal is to assist students in assessing interests, personality traits, and abilities in setting… Read more

The Sandhills Community College Small Business Center aims to increase the number and success rate of viable small businesses by providing high quality, readily accessible assistance to prospective and existing small business owners leading to… Read more

From watercolor painting, to finance and cooking, there’s something for everyone in this fall’s Creative Living offerings. Whether you’re looking to challenge yourself by taking a new class or deepen your understanding of a particular… Read more

Don’t let technology spook you this autumn. Sandhills Community College Continuing Education Technology classes are a great way to have fun and make new friends while learning how to use computers and computer software. Photography… Read more

Medication Administration Aide, Notary Public, and Forklift Operator classes are being offered through the Continuing Education Career Training department at Sandhills Community College this fall. This is the perfect local resource for adult learners who… Read more

Several classes are being offered this fall in healthcare, business, automotive, industry, and real estate. The Continuing Education Career Training department at Sandhills Community College is the perfect local resource for adult learners who want… Read more

Sandhills Community College announces the opening of The Robbins Center at 111 North Middleton Street in Robbins. The Center will serve as a classroom space for College and Career Readiness students. “The convenient location of The… Read more

Golden LEAF Foundation scholarships are currently available for Workforce Continuing Education students that meet eligibility requirements and live in a qualifying county, one of which is Hoke County. Scholarship awards can be used to cover… Read more

Children are invited to enjoy books, poems, and riddles that celebrate reading in “Hats Off to Reading! A Salute to Books” on Saturday, September 14 from 10 a.m. until noon in the Barbara H. Cole… Read more

After retiring from the Air Force, Suzanne Via relocated to the tranquil community of Cameron 15 years ago. However, with seven children, 12 grandchildren, and eight dogs, tranquility may not be the operative word for… Read more