First-Gen Virtual Orientation

PCC Director of TRiO Programs Travis Kinsey (center) says the “IamFirstGen Campaign" is a celebration of first-generation college students, like Antwanique Ham (left) and Tonaria Powell. The students, clad in their "I'm First" t-shirts promoting the campaign, are the first members of their respective families to go to college. Both Greenville residents, Ham and Powell have been taking college courses at PCC for the past several years through their enrollment in the Pitt County Schools Early College High School. Now ECHS seniors, Ham is well on her way toward a four-year business degree, while Powell is making steady progress on an Associate in Science Degree from PCC’s University Transfer program.
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Date(s) - 07/15/2020
10:00 am - 12:00 pm

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Are you a first-generation college student? At PCC, we define “first-generation” as a student whose parent(s) have not completed a college degree.
 
We’re inviting focused, driven and highly-motivated first-generation individuals to attend PCC’s First-Generation Virtual Orientation on July 15, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m., via Cisco WebEx (https://cutt.ly/FG-Orientation-Live).
 
Contact your Success Advisor at (252) 493-7578 to register. For additional information, email firstgeneration@email.pittcc.edu.
 
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