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Wednesday, 20 November 2013 00:00

SCC schedules pair of table gaming information sessions

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Over the next few weeks, Southwestern Community College will host a pair of information sessions for anyone interested in pursuing a career in one of Western North Carolina’s fastest-growing industries. Jobs are available now in the field of table gaming, and SCC currently offers the state’s only certification in the field. Including tips, these jobs typically pay $20 or more per hour.

The first upcoming information session will be Nov. 21 at the SCC Macon Annex. A second session is set for Dec. 5 at the college’s Jackson Campus. Each session runs from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.

“By attending one of these sessions, you’ll gain valuable information on career options,” said Scott Sutton, SCC’s director of occupational training. “You’ll also learn about industry requirements as well as training opportunities, and you’ll get the chance to interact with an instructor to get a feel for what the training entails.”

New classes begin in January. Information session attendees will get the first opportunity for enrollment.

For more information or to schedule a time and location for your visit, contact Latresa Downs at 828.339.4426 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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