Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Biotechnology Training Center
The Rowan-Cabarrus Community College Biotechnology Training Center located on the NC Research Campus is a three-floor, 62,000 square-foot facility that is a “hands-on, realistic training environment.”
The training center hosts ten classrooms, ten laboratories, faculty and staff offices, a community event room, a student center, library, multiple conference room and distance-education and video conferencing capabilities. Also in the Rowan-Cabarrus training center is the Small Business Center and the Office of Corporate and Professional Development, a provider of on-site quality and process improvement training for companies.
At the Rowan-Cabarrus/NC Research Campus training center, students can earn an Associate’s degree in biotechnology that prepares them for jobs as lab technicians, research assistants or quality control associates. The Associate’s degree in industrial engineering technology with a biotechnology option prepares graduates to perform as technical leaders in manufacturing and service organizations. Learn more about Rowan-Cabarrus’ biotechnology training program.
Read the stories of how training at Rowan-Cabarrus helped these graduates find jobs with campus partners:
- NCRC, RCCC & P2EP: All the Tools for a Career in Science
- TeQuana Bayless, research associate, Crown Bio/David H. Murdock Research Institute
- Lori Solomon-Beale, laboratory research technician, NC State University Plants for Human Health
- Dottie Nanto, marketing/administrative assistant, NC Research Campus Marketing Office
- Dona Miller, administrative support specialist, NC State University Plants for Human Health Institute
- Walter Friday, research laboratory technician, UNC Chapel Hill Nutrition Research Institute
- Morgan Fabian, research assistant, Dole Foods Nutrition Research Laboratory
- Jody Albright, research technician, UNC Chapel Hill Nutrition Research Institute
- Mickey Wilson, research technician, NC State University Plants for Human Health Institute
- Alice Glines, clinical assistant one, Duke University MURDOCK Study.