New classes start at the Lewiston Woodville Educational Vitality Center
The R-CCC College and Career Readiness team is now offering basic skills, computer, and high school equivalency diploma (formerly GED) classes in Lewiston Woodville at the new Educational Vitality Center. The center recently opened as a community resource and education center and is a public-private partnership between the Bertie County Hive House and the town of Lewiston-Woodville.
Tenia N. Stevenson, Instructional & Assessment Specialist, Sean Smallwood, Instructor, and Tishadda G. Walton, Director, College and Career Readiness Program, are now serving students at the new center. For more information or to register for the classes at the Vitality Center, contact Tishadda Walton or Tenia Stevenson in the College and Career Readiness Office at (252) 594-8735 or (252) 862-1200.
Evening computer classes have begun! Student Georgia Etheridge listens to Instructor Sean Smallwood as student Robert Spivey also participates in the new class.
Vivian Saunders (right), Executive Director of the Bertie County Hive House and the Lewiston Woodville Educational Vitality Center, welcomes a new student to the center. R-CCC plans to offer more classes at the center in the future including allied health (nurse aide) and truck driver training (CDL) as well as classes in public safety (EMS).