Oportunidades para toda la familia

At Piedmont Community College, we have opportunities for the entire family, from parents to high school students. For adult learners, PCC offers affordable education, flexible scheduling, and career-focused programs that can enhance your skills, improve job prospects, and promote personal growth. It allows you to pursue your educational goals while managing family responsibilities. High school students can also benefit by taking advantage of dual enrollment programs, where they can earn college credits and get a head start on their higher education journey. At PCC, we provide a supportive environment and valuable resources for learners of all ages, fostering a culture of continuous learning within the family and promoting educational opportunities for everyone.

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    Clases gratis de ingles

    When your communication skills increase, there are more ways to interact with your community. Our free English as a Second Language (ESL) course are offered in traditional and online/hybrid formats. Online access is available 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week. at all levels, from introductory to advanced, so you can start your learning journey at any time.

    Clases gratis para estudiantes
    de secundaria

    PCC offers a variety of FREE opportunities for high school student to expand their knowledge and earn college credit. Learn more about the early college in Person County, as well as the Career and College Promise (CCP) program available to students in Caswell and Person counties.

    Becas para Entrenamiento Laboral

    PCC recognizes the importance of job training programs in preparing you for the workforce and helping you secure better employment prospects. These scholarships can cover tuition fees, textbooks, and other related expenses, enabling you to focus on your studies and acquire the skills necessary for success in your chosen fields. PCC’s commitment to providing scholarships for job training courses ensures that individuals from diverse backgrounds can access quality education and thrive in their professional pursuits.

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