BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED WHIRLWIND TOUR: Beaufort County Community College Welding Instructor Brandon Keech, left, talks with fifth-grade students from Terra Ceia Christian School about a project under way in the college welding lab to attach a metal eagle to a sculpture piece being created for BCCC. The students, along with their teachers, toured BCCC's welding, machining, cosmetology and nursing laboratories. They were also given a fingerprinting demonstration. The visit was intended to build interest in education, according to Vice President of Student Services Rick Anderson. "We hope students will see an area that interests them and starts them thinking about their future and a possible career," Anderson said.
BEAUFORT COUNTY COMMUNITY COLLEGE | CONTRIBUTED
WHIRLWIND TOUR: Beaufort County Community College Welding Instructor Brandon Keech, left, talks with fifth-grade students from Terra Ceia Christian School about a project under way in the college welding lab to attach a metal eagle to a sculpture piece being created for BCCC. The students, along with their teachers, toured BCCC's welding, machining, cosmetology and nursing laboratories. They were also given a fingerprinting demonstration. The visit was intended to build interest in education, according to Vice President of Student Services Rick Anderson. "We hope students will see an area that interests them and starts them thinking about their future and a possible career," Anderson said.

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Published 8:19pm Friday, October 25, 2013

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