K-64 in Catawba County, EdNC

K-64 in Catawba County, EdNC

K-64 is a testament to the ability of the public and higher education sectors to catalyze innovations in developing the local talent pipeline. Leaders identified successful existing programs that were working, working to remedy each of their six talent concerns.

Top 10 Skills Employers Want

Top 10 Skills Employers Want

As indicated in the World Economic Forum’s Future of Jobs Report, people management, coordinating with others, emotional intelligence, judgment and decision-making, service orientation, and the ability to negotiate are top skills that employers are looking for in candidates.

K-64 Character in Catawba Challenge

K-64 Character in Catawba Challenge

We are challenging every school in Catawba County to make at least one post on Twitter and/or Facebook to highlight the strategies, projects, events, and/or programs they are implementing to develop their students’ soft skills and character. 

Memories Shape our Character

Memories Shape our Character

Dr. McCreary selected Knit Together because the story of a mother and daughter creating memories together through knitting illustrates the importance of teamwork, creativity, growth mindset, collaboration, and relationships.

Lenoir-Rhyne unveils Catawba County Promise

Lenoir-Rhyne unveils Catawba County Promise

Lenoir-Rhyne University announced today an innovative, new program to provide a minimum of 50 percent off tuition for any first-year undergraduate student with a 3.5 or higher high school GPA who is a Catawba County resident or to a transfer undergraduate student from...