Craven Community College to launch new job programs this fall

Craven Community College will introduce new work programs in high-demand fields this fall semester for those seeking a career in computer technology.

The two programs, Cybersecurity Coding and Computer-Aided Drafting Solidworks, were created with the goal to aid in Craven County’s growing job market, according to a Craven CC news release.

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These programs will specifically benefit “analytically minded” students who have an interest in the technical side of computers, the release states.

Matthew Berg, associate dean of career programs, said the Cybersecurity Coding Program was created after a recommendation by the Information Technology Advisory Committee.

“The committee, consisting of local professionals in the field, recognized the need for this program and worked with faculty to make it a reality,” he said. “In today’s ever-changing technological environment, it is important for businesses to stay at the forefront of constant security threats.”

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