Membership

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North Carolina’s businesses INVEST human capital (time and talents) to connect and engage directly with students, teachers and principals in the classroom and in the boardroom.

Our members INSPIRE teachers and education leaders to partner with businesses to directly influence NC’s workforce pipeline and our next generation of innovators through projects.

The North Carolina Business Committee for Education delivers INNOVATIVE responsive, hands-on programs that enable students and teachers to have real life experiences with businesses across the state.

MEMBER HAPPENINGS
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    This article originally appeared here on Biltmore.com Exciting News! Constructi...
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    Biltmore
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    Ignite the Power of STEM Grants Program supports teachers and schools in North ...
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    Biogen
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    Caterpillar adds apprenticeship programs at Sanford, NC and Clayton, NC faciliti...
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    Caterpillar
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    In the last year, Facebook partnered with Rutherford County Schools and PANGAEA ...
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    Facebook
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    Food Lion has pledged to donate 500 million meals to families in need by the end...
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    Food Lion
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    Google builds data centers in NC, which supports the surrounding community. Sour...
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    Google
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    www.lenovoconnection.com www.lenovoscholars.com
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    Lenovo
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    Smith Anderson Law doesn’t just understand the law; they strive to provi...
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    Smith Anderson Law
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    Interested in learning how State Farm gets involved with the community? Click th...
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    State Farm
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    What are Strategic Educational Alliances, Inc. plans? 1) Continue to collaboar...
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    Strategic's Plans
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    At the end of second quarter 2015, Wells Fargo ranked fourth in assets among U.S...
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    Wells Fargo
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    Womble Carlyle supports Students@WorkSM. In March, students from Moore Square M...
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    Womble Carlyle
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    NCREN Has Community Day Source
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    MCNC
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    Like many people in North Carolina, Rutherford County residents suffered when te...
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    Facebook
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    Raleigh, N.C. – Governor Pat McCrory, North Carolina Commerce Secretary John ...
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    Fidelity
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    Long-time rivals Red Hat and Microsoft have unveiled a partnership that the two ...
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    Red Hat & Microsoft
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    After 37 years, Jim Blaine is retiring and handing off the SECU to a successor w...
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    NCSECU
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    Lenovo Scholar Network National Competition has announced their 6 finalists amon...
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    One of our wonderful members is hard at work once again! Google is working w...
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    Washington Daily News Two Beaufort County teachers are taking a break from the c...
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    In his list of appointees for the NCWorks commission, Governor Pat McCrory inclu...
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    Excerpt from recent article on WNCT.com “KINSTON, N.C. (WNCT) – Some te...
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    Hear from one of the teachers who participated in T@W. Lynn Lee, a Career Coach ...
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    Click on the image below to read more about Mertek Solution’s Open house o...
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    Read more about the recent developments involving two of our member companies: D...
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TESTIMONIALS
  • Our company has benefitted from our Students@WorkSM and Teachers@WorkR involvement. We truly believe in the benefits of training and education for the community as a whole and for workforce development.

    Biltmore Company

  • We support NCBCE as the premier action-oriented, statewide organization where businesses can convene to address and support education regardless of size or location. Because the organization is sponsored by the Governor’s office, we can ensure that education priorities are supported at the highest levels of state government.

    Biogen


  • “We believe it is important for business and education to partner in helping our students and parents understand what jobs are available, where the future of work is headed and what skills need to be acquired to meet these needs. Caterpillar partners with NCBCE on its annual Students@WorkSM and has found it a fantastic way for students & schools to learn about the diverse range of careers available at Caterpillar and for us to learn and engage with students and educators.”

    Caterpillar


  • Programs like Students@WorkSM and Teachers@WorkR give us the opportunity to talk to students and their educators about the skills we need from our present and future workforce. We greatly appreciate the opportunity to work with NCBCE to improve students’ understanding of how they will be able to apply what they learn in school to a career later in life.

    Red Hat

  • We are taking Youth Advocacy Board member applications through October www.statefarmylab.com/about-us/apply/the-board/. We will be handing rolling out our teen driver initiative with High school grant opportunities on September 9th at www.celebratemydrive.com/home

    State Farm


  • As past Executive Director of NCBCE during Governor Hunt’s last two terms (1994-2000), I know how powerful robust business-education partnerships can be in improving both public education as well as a communities vitality. As a small leadership consulting business, I really enjoy partnering with RTI International and the Durham Public School in designing and delivering their Students@WorkSM program.

    Strategic Educational Alliances, Inc.

 

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Business has a voice at the table with education in North Carolina.  Are you ready to take your place?