Nash College curriculum prepares students for much more than the job market; it prepares them to help save lives. How can Nash College help you?
Nash Community College recently announced its first graduating class of its Emergency Dispatch Academy---the first of its kind in North Carolina.
Four of the six graduates have already started their career with Nash County Emergency Services.
It's great to be one of the first, and it's even better when this means more opportunities for economic development and fighting unemployment in Rocky Mount, NC. Rocky Mount was recently named a Gig City, which means it boasts some of the fastest internet speeds in the state.
What do President Lyndon Johnson, Martin Luther King Jr and Jack Kerouac have in common? All of them have a place in Rocky Mount, NC history. The comforting rattle of the train beckons young and old alike to close their eyes and remember the past in order to embrace a brighter future. Are you aware of some of these lesser-known Rocky Mount facts?
Forget the nice two-bedroom house in the suburbs with the white picket fence and the two-car garage. Now, the latest trend is that young professionals aren't headed toward suburbia--they're going downtown, where urban lofts and renovated apartments are the dwellings of choice. Downtown Rocky Mount is also embracing this trend toward urban living. Take a look at what's available in the renovated downtown area, and find out how to put your name on the waiting list.
Could Rocky Mount become the next “wine country” stop off the interstate? Well, maybe not “wine country,” but could Rocky Mount become a future hotspot for microbreweries, craft ales and beer gardens? NC Governor Pat McCrory said he could picture these possibilities.