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K-64: Beyond The Trade

Ever wonder what the college campus looks like when doors close for the summer? Well, not all doors are closed… 

Join K-64 as we take a look behind-the-scenes and tell the stories of the students, instructors, and programs which make Catawba County and CVCC a fantastic place to learn and work!

Machining

Written by: Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing
6/09/21

How much have you heard about CNC technology or Computer-Integrated Machining? CVCC instructor Steven Rhoads entered the world of machining…

Robotics

Written by: Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing
6/16/21

Once I stepped inside the lab, I found the classroom full of passionate, creative people. One student, busy managing and testing his equipment, took a few minutes to share his interesting start…

Accounting & Business Administration

Written by: Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing
6/23/21

CVCC’s Accounting and Business Administration program is rich with dedicated, experienced instructors. As director, Christy Lefevers manages lofty…

Electrical Systems

Written by: Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing
7/05/21

A SkillsUSA Contest right on campus! Robert Abernethy is full of amibition for the future. Currently, he’s earning a diploma in Electrical Systems, but he’s considering…

Automotive Systems

Written by: Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing
7/14/21

The Automotive Systems program is quite interactive – from rolling videos, to engaging student tours, to the lifts and transmission checks on the shop floor – there’s always something on the move… 

K-64 Special: Ridgeview Takes Campus!

Written by: Cassidy Collins, K-64 Marketing
7/21/21

A collection of all kinds of trades! K-64 Learning and CVCC had the privilege of hosting Ridgeview Rec’s “SummerFlang Camp 2021″…