K-64 brings education, business, and government together to connect people of all ages with the skills needed to fill jobs and build careers in Catawba County.

Accounting & Business Administration

CVCC’s Accounting and Business Administration program is rich with dedicated, experienced instructors. As Director of Accounting and Business Administration, Christy Lefevers manages lofty expectations. She has taught at CVCC for 18 years, and started while earning...

Robotics

Not many people know that robotics is available in Catawba County. Until a few months ago, I didn’t either! That’s why I was so surprised to find the Robotic and Robotic Welding course in the CVCC Workforce Solutions Complex. Once I stepped inside the lab, I found the...

Machining

By Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing6/09/21 How much have you heard about CNC technology or Computer-Integrated Machining? CVCC instructor Steven Rhoads entered the world of machining directly out of high school. He earned his Associates in Mechanical Engineering, and...

Congratulations, Chris Reese!

Read More In May 2021, our very own Chris Reese was promoted to Executive Director of K-64 Learning. We know he will do a fantastic job and will help K-64’s efforts within the community. Big congratulations,...

K-64 Redhawk Experience

During Spring semester of 2021, K-64 launched the Redhawk Experience internship program in partnership with local high schools, Lenoir-Rhyne University, and CVCC. 17 medical-minded high school students were exposed to hands-on learning, formal instruction, and...