New Building to Free Space for Expanded Programs
As space is vacated at Nash Community College when programs move into the new Continuing Education and Public Services Building, the College will be able to expand its offerings in existing facilities. One new program, Brewing, Distillation and Fermentation, starting this fall, is part of the College’s expanded offerings in its Hospitality Curriculum. Other degree programs being offered in the Hospitality Group include Culinary Arts and Hospitality Management. Pictured from left: Rocky Mount Brewmill Executive Brewmaster Sebastian Wolfrum, Nash Community College Vice President for Instruction and Chief Academic Officer Dr. Trent Mohrbutter, Capitol Broadcasting Company Development Manager Evan Covington Chavez and Nash Community College President Dr. Bill Carver at the Rocky Mount Brewmill. Brewmill leaders congratulated College officials on the College’s recent approval to offer the Brewing, Distillation and Fermentation degree program.