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Mayland Community College's Avery Learning Center has served educational needs of the
community for more than a decade. Pictured from left are MCC staff members Dinah
Cuthbertson, Melissa Phillips and Carolyn Rupard. Photo by Jamie Shell



Originally published: 2013-06-12 23:16:34
Last modified: 2013-06-12 23:16:34

Business Spotlight: Mayland Community College opening education, employment doors of opportunity

Jamie Shell / (jamie.shell@averyjournal.com)

Whether it's attaining a GED, continuing education, the changing of a career path or bettering oneself for greater job opportunities, Avery County and the surrounding region has counted on Mayland Community College to help equip students of today for the present and future.

Mayland Community College's Avery Campus, meeting the educational needs of the community since its opening in November 2002, offers a number of courses in fields of study relevant to High Country employers and businesses.

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