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SITUS is Hiring for 15 Positions

Situs in Robbins, NC is continuing to grow! We are looking for analytically driven individuals to fill multiple Analyst positions within our organization.

If you’re someone who loves crunching numbers, gets excited about contributing to your team’s net result, and is a stickler for details; then talk to us about our Analyst opportunities. 104 more words

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C-Step Providing a Path to UNC for Lady Flyers’ Brown and Garner

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August 9, 2017

The qualities that have helped Cheyenne Brown and Paige Garner succeed on the volleyball court and in the classroom, in high school and at Sandhills Community College, have also provided them with a path to Chapel Hill through C-Step. 700 more words

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Short-Term Training for a Career in Healthcare Less than $250!

Continuing Education Scholarships are Available!!!

Classes begin as early as next week. 

Learn required skills to become a certified EKG Technician and work in a variety of healthcare settings. 198 more words

Continuing Education

Instructor Spotlight- Crystal Wambeke

Certified Bookkeeper Crystal Wambeke will lead eight seminars, including three hands-on workshops concerning financial statements during Fall Semester. For the past 9 years, Crystal has been assisting small businesses with accounting and bookkeeping. 105 more words

Continuing Education

Alumni Spotlight- Marina Figueroa

If you ask Marina Figueroa her favorite memory from her time at Sandhills, she will respond that she had “an experience of a lifetime” when her Therapeutic Massage class was given the opportunity to apply sports massage techniques to the Carolina Panthers. 216 more words




Our Engineering Technology programs have transfer arrangements with UNC-Charlotte and NC A&T whereby students can take the first two years of a degree program at Sandhills and transfer all credits into Bachelor of Science programs. 119 more words


Special Tuesday Letter, 8-15-17

Dear Campus,

The presidents of the 5-Star Consortium (Cascadia, Edmonds, Everett, Lake Washington, and Shoreline Colleges) had breakfast this morning with the president of WSU. As many of you may have read, one of his students was involved in the incidents that took place over the weekend in Charlottesville.  339 more words

Integrated Education