ACC’s College to Career Festival Partners with Made in Alamance on Feb. 8

college to career festival will be held at alamance community college on saturday, february 8, 2020

Alamance Community College will host a “College To Career Festival” on Saturday, February 8, giving prospective students opportunities to learn about college programs and engage in hands-on activities, demonstrations, and giveaways.

College To Career Festival will also feature artisans and vendors for “Made in Alamance Day” who will display and demonstrate unique products made in Alamance County and distributed nationally and internationally.

Prospective students of all ages who register their fill out a programs-of-interest card with the College on Feb. 8 will receive a free sample of Smitty’s Homemade Ice Cream’s newest flavor, Haw’s Rocky River. That ice cream was created for Alamance Community College and leverages the new student mascot, Haw the River Otter.

Mark the date: Saturday, Feb. 8, 10:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on the Carrington-Scott main campus, I-85/40 Exit 150 in Haw River.

Among the opportunities for prospective students:

  • Network with college and university partners to explore academic pathways to white collar and green collar careers.
  • Learn about dual-enrollment, apprenticeships, and work-based learning for high school and college students.
  • Speak with local employers about exciting job opportunities in Alamance County.
  • Meet Alamance County businesses making unique products for national distribution.
  • Discover how Alamance Community College’s academic programs prepare a 21st century workforce.