Summer Trades Camp made the stop today at Martin Community College for Trades Day at MCC! Thank you to Mrs. Natasha Roberson, Director of the MCC Career Center for being our Academic Guide today. Thanks also to Ryal Watkins (Advanced Manufacturing/Welding), Clay Simpson (Industrial Systems/Welding), Guy Leggett III (HVAC), Mary Dalcourt (Equine Technology), Chief Larry Johnson (Fire Academy), and James Barnes (Automotive Technology) for their time, expertise, and instruction with MCS students. Pictures are worth a thousand words. Click to see more! Trades Camp continues to nurture the interest from 5th grade Career Awareness, through middle school Paxton-Patterson & CTE, and progresses the students' pathway into high school. #MartinOffersMore
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MCS 8th and 9th graders are doing some good work in the CTE Trades Camp this summer! Students are learning by doing, visiting with trade experts at Beaufort Community College (Boat Building & Mech Engineering), Martin Community College, and the 64 East Trades Route. More info to come, but check out the experience the students received today, even building a picnic table! Good job guys! Thanks for enrolling in this awesome summer program.
3 days ago, Jason K. Wynne
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Two young ladies with a passion for helping others volunteered for an NC Center for the Blind/Visually Impaired event in Washington, NC recently. Liya Browning and Mikiyah Davis, students of the now Martin County High School, participated in the program to help the local eastern NC chapter chaired by Martin County native, Mrs. Kim Revels. "These two ladies did a fantastic job and displayed charisma, sincerity, and maturity. It was great to have them volunteer this evening," said Revels. "They will receive certified volunteer hours on the Governor's letterhead". Browning also recently completed an internship assisting in a special needs classroom in the district. Davis is enhancing her healthcare pathway. Thank you to both students for your time, efforts, and excellent example.
18 days ago, Jason K. Wynne
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The MCS Internship program is on fire and Jayla Everett now knows how to handle EMS and fire calls. The MCS senior interned with Williamston Fire/Rescue, seen here with Chief Peaks and other local heroes, as she learned the ropes (and hoses) of firefighting.
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Gaining work experience, serving with others, and making an impact in the local community is what internships are all about. Seen here serving at Georgia Deans Restaurant of Williamston, Elise Missigman far surpassed her required hours as she enjoys her intern environment and the business relationships she has formed.
about 1 month ago, Jason K. Wynne
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MCS students continue to showcase their skills in the business community through our J.O.B.S. Internship Program. Landon Stalls, a Junior at RHS, uses his technical and mechanical skills at Cowan's Repair of Williamston.
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MCS Interns are a great example of "Martin Offers More!" They are also a great example to younger students and our constituents for the awesome jobs they are performing as community leaders and business professionals. Brooklyn Bailey's internship has enhanced her passion and future plans for law and the legal profession. Thank you to the Martin County Clerk of Court's office for your partnership. #MCSCTE #MartinOffersMore jkw
3 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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Martin continues to offer more! Check out the new College and Career Readiness modules for Riverside Middle and the Martin Innovative Middle School. These hands-on learning tools guide MS student pathways into our HS Paxton Patterson labs. More offerings, more everything!
3 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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Want to spoil your dog with homemade treats that were made with love? Cindy Hill's class at Riverside High School is here to help! Funds raised will support real-world experiences for Mrs. Hill's class! Gavin will tell you more at https://bit.ly/RuffRuffTreats
3 months ago, Sarah Stalls
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Williamston Primary intern, Shakiah Dolberry, is enjoying her Pre-K internship and gaining valuable experience in early childhood development. Part of her designed pathway, Shakiah enjoys helping young students and studying nursery education with her mentor, Mrs. Cullipher.
3 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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While some students are thinking about careers in healthcare, Bradley Reason is doing the work. In our JOBS Internship program, Bradley is gaining experience daily to enhance his health science pathway with our partner, Access Medicine, with Dr. Steven Manning and staff.
3 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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Martin County Schools students engage in 3rd Annual Career & College Fair! Over 50 vendors that included the industries of construction, agriculture, science, technology, broadcasting, healthcare, boatbuilding, public works, masonry, finance, and pest management to college admission specialists and branches of the military were on display for MCS 7th-12th graders. There's no status-quo for MarCo! Check us out on WITN.com and WNCT.com, search for Career Fair.
3 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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As we conclude CTE Month, check out the Martin County Schools "Made in Martin" video https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_mEiNZP05H8 sponsored by NCWorks, RiversEast, and the Golden Leaf Foundation.
5 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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Students were provided an informative presentation by Chief Larry Johnson of the MCC Fire Academy. MCS currently has students enrolled in the Jr. Firefighter and Exploration programs through Williamston Fire/Rescue. Firefighters and Rescue personnel are in need nationally.
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FCCLA (Family, Career, and Community Leaders of America) students attended the annual Hospitality Leadership Conference at East Carolina University. These students have career interests in culinary arts, foods and nutrition, as well as the hospitality industry.
5 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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5th grade Career Awareness students received an update on the new Martin Innovative Middle School, the opportunities in our CTE program, new middle school CTE course offerings, and the Feb. 6th Better Together event showcasing the new Martin County Schools! No one else around offers what we do. #CTEmonth
5 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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A Different Kind of AI: The MCS CTE Animal Science program received a special educational session with Dr. Kayla Castevens from Country View Family Farms. "Dr. Kayla" provided an instructional presentation and then used the pig mannequins to demonstrate the AI process. Students then had the opportunity to participate and understand the importance of this technique for sow farms and swine production.
6 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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6 months ago, Sarah Stalls
FCCLA to ECU's Hospitality Leadership and Business Schools The MCS Chapter of Family Career and Community Leaders of America attended an instructional presentation and campus tour of East Carolina University's Hospitality Leadership program. Students interested in Culinary Arts and the business side of the food service industry gained valuable information regarding the program's degree options and job opportunities.
7 months ago, Jason K. Wynne
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